Community Sport & Health Officer

Level 3

Girls in a Sports Practice

The key role of a Community Sport and Health Officer (CSHO) is to initiate behaviour change in local residents with regards engagement in sport and physical activity across local communities. By working within and across local organisations individuals will scope, organise and coordinate the delivery of opportunities for local communities to get more physically active.

 

A CSHO requires a comprehensive understanding of the principles of behaviour change; an ability to adapt delivery to suit different groups in society; knowledge of how to manage and lead colleagues or volunteers; practical experience of how to develop and devise appropriate sports or physical activity programmes; and the expectations of collaborative work with a network of partners / stakeholders.  

Duration:

16 Months

Next start:

January 2022

5% employer contribution: £450

Community Sport & Health Officer programme modules

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Why choose Mitre?

Interactive group webinars with learners from other organisations

Access to our exclusive adventure learning experience

One to one tutorials with our experts

Learn from a network of your peers

Hear from our expert guest speakers

 

About this programme

The key role of a Community Sport and Health Officer (CSHO) is to initiate behavioural changes in their local community, in relation to engagement in sports and physical activities. By working with local organisations,  individuals will scope, organise and coordinate the delivery of opportunities for local communities to get more physically active.

 

A CSHO requires a comprehensive understanding of the principles of behaviour change and they must possess an ability to adapt delivery to suit different demographics and target groups. 

 

They’ll gain in-depth knowledge of how to manage and lead colleagues and groups of volunteers to deliver a combined vision of  developing and devising appropriate sports and physical activity programmes.

 

Upon completion of the Mitre training programme, the Community Sport and Health Officer will have the confidence, knowledge and ability to initiate meaningful change, while working in synergy and alongside national governing bodies of sport, county sports partnerships, community organisations and the voluntary sector.

 

The Level 3 Community Sports and Health Officer Apprenticeship is professionally recognised by CIMSPA (Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity). 

 

The skills gained from this programme are vast, so we strongly suggest you review the full course overview and outcomes.

The world of apprenticeships has changed and so we always recommend picking up the phone for a quick, no obligation chat to provide you with the information that you need.

Contact Us

01773 525 406

The Mitre Group

Mount Cook Adventure Centre

Porter Ln
Middleton
Matlock
DE4 4LS

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