Why become an Active Fusion apprentice – Cameron
Do you want to change young people’s lives through sport?
Taking part in an Active Fusion apprenticeship programme provides you with the experience, confidence and skills you need to progress into a career in coaching or teaching Physical Education.
“Half of employers said they would prefer to see experience from a relevant apprenticeship or previous position on a candidate’s CV, compared to only 24% who would prefer a relevant degree.” – The Association of Accounting Technicians
You aspire to be a teacher, teaching assistant, sports coach, sports development officer, or work in the leisure and health industry.
Use this course as a springboard into further or higher education.
Take a gap year and earn while you learn.
Gain vital experience, develop your skills and get paid.
Apprentices will be employed at the national minimum wage for apprentices. Read about the pay conditions here.
Active Fusion – Increasing Employability of Young People
Successful candidates will be based in a school or community sport setting four days per week and released for tutor training with Active Fusion one day per week.
On completion of the course they will be able to move into more senior roles within the sector – leading teams of people or specialising with certain communities, sports or programmes. They may be employed by their school or progress into higher education.
Active Fusion has a strong track record of appointing graduate apprentices.
You will gain a Level 2 Apprenticeship, Level 3 Higher Sports Leaders Award (UCAS points), as well as a range of National Governing Body qualifications.
Alongside picking up new skills in a practical setting, you will complete assignments and lesson plans with the help of an apprentice tutor, in a classroom setting.
If you are interested in taking up an apprenticeship with us, you can request an application form by calling 01302 637 276 and speaking to a member of our team.
Alternatively, you can get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
From there, you will be invited to an open day to meet the team and go through your application.
“At university I would always have a session plan which I would be worrying about right up until the lesson started, but as an apprentice I feel a lot more relaxed and comfortable.”