Are you looking for a career within the sports and leisure industry?   Look no further than our apprenticeship scheme 

We can offer opportunities within childcare, sports coaching, business administration, fitness and leisure.

 

You will work alongside our teams to learn the skills you need to fulfil your potential and gain the opportunity to put what you learn into practice.

If you have a passion for working in the sports & leisure industry, we can offer you a one day a week study programme at college; and then you will be supported and mentored to learn the practical side of the qualification with our team.

 

We work in partnership with North Warwickshire and Hinckley College and Henley College, Coventry.

 

For an insight into what to expect, read about some of our past Apprentices experiences.

 

Or for more information about the roles on offer, please contact us.

Find out about our work experience opportunities.

Youth, Community & Schools Apprentice

Cole Gisbourne

Cole has stepped up to helping and leading on his own sessions every week as well as leading on Alternative Provision of Education Sessions

Cole Gisbourne started working for NB Leisure Trust in September 2018.

Cole started as a Youth, Community and Schools apprentice and started his Level 2 In Activity Leadership through Henley College. After a year he passed this course along with his Level 1 in football, first aid, prevent, Level 2 in challenging behaviour, British Values and Child protection Training.

Towards the end of 2019 Cole moved into a Level 1 Youth, Community and Schools Team assistant and will be looking to start a new course soon. He is currently going through his Level 2 in football and will be completed by May 2020.

Cole has stepped up to helping and leading on his own sessions every week as well as leading on Alternative Provision of Education Sessions and regularly helps out with tasks for the team weekly.

Apprentice Sports Coach

Ellie May Coleman

Within the first year Ellie-May achieved an NVQ Level 2 in activity leadership through Henley College along with gaining knowledge and skills from other sports coaches.

Ellie-May Coleman started with NB Leisure Trust in January 2018 as an Apprentice Sports Coach.

Within the first year Ellie-May achieved an NVQ Level 2 in activity leadership through Henley College along with gaining knowledge and skills from other sports coaches. Within this first year she passed a number of other courses including her Level 1 in Basketball, British Values, Prevent, Child protection and First aid training.

After the first year she moved into a Youth, Community and Schools Assistant Level 1 position. She also decided to continue her learning and carried on with Henley College doing a Level 3 in supporting the delivery of Physical Education and School Sport.

During the last year she has completed her Level 2 coaching award in Basketball. Ellie-May now has a number of her own PE and sport sessions she leads every week. She also completes a number of computer based tasks weekly for the Senior Sports Coach, Disability Sports Inclusion officer and the Schools & Sporting Services manager.

Business Administration Apprentice

Lilymay Shaw

It’s given me skills and knowledge that I know will help me in the future

Lilymay Shaw, successfully completed a Level 2 Apprenticeship in Business Administration. After school Lilymay attended North Warwickshire College where she completed a 1 year Level 2 Sports Diploma, following which she joined NB Leisure Trust.

Lilymay said “I worked in the Youth, Community and Schools Team as an Administration and Playcare Assistant for two years. I was fortunate enough to get a job that enabled me to use the things I learned on my sports course and continue with my education.

The best thing about my job was the people I worked with, they made me feel really welcome and helped me every step of the way. They pushed me to keep improving and I knew that I could ask them anything. I’m very lucky because my job was so diverse with no two days ever really being the same. I didn’t think I would enjoy an apprenticeship at first, but it is definitely something I’m glad I’ve done.

It’s given me skills and knowledge that I know will help me in the future.”

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