Coach Core Programme Summary 2018 We are and

Coach Core Programme Summary 2018 We are and

Coach Core Programme Summary 2018 We are and we want to ensure all young people realise their true potential. WHO ARE THE ROYAL FOUNDATION? Through our Foundation we intend to bring a spotlight to bear on some key challenges facing society today at home and abroad, and to lend whatever support we can to those individuals and organisations leading the fight to confront and overcome these challenges.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry Established 2009 and fully operational by 2011 The first Royal Foundation Programme launched in 2012. Born from the Centre for Social Justices More Than A Game findings and against the

backdrop of the London riots, we were challenged to provide a truly impactful youth and community engagement programme that would also complement the ethos of the 2012 Olympic Games legacy programme. COACH CORE HISTORY & AMBITIONS Born from an ambition to create a more exciting sports coaching apprenticeship that reflects the role and the communities in which they serve, we seek to bring together employer partners from each respective city so that it shapes around their needs. Coach Core strives to offer an unparalleled programme of learning combining a sports apprenticeship and national governing body qualifications alongside a number of additional cutting edge coaching modules, employability workshops and access to events and CPD others cant provide Coach Core has two overarching aims: 1) To provide exciting and meaningful places of employment, via our regional consortiums, that give the young person the best possible chance of success during and after the programme. 2) To enhance the coaching offer in challenging communities by providing young, relatable and high quality young role models. We seek to align and work in partnership with government offices, like minded organisations and key papers to ensure we stay an integral part of the bigger picture but whilst also staying true to the key underpinning

values that led to why Coach Core was established originally. Our goal is to provide opportunities for young people in challenging communities whilst demonstrating to government and major sporting bodies that this is the future of sports coaching apprenticeships. Our values OUR VALUES THE COURSE: how we operate COMMUNITY ACTIVATOR COACH LEVEL 2 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMME Select only the best employers in each area that can provide quality places of employment long term for their sports apprentices Interactive, practical recruitment process to target NEETS from challenging communities 20 apprentices, per project are selected and given a 12-18 month contract. Any nonsuccessful candidates are given volunteer/ additional training/exit routes Deploy a full time, experienced and

relatable tutor who is employed to lead the group and be dedicated solely to this project to educate/mentor at all times. Employers/TRF/CSP/partners work collaboratively to provide more education, training, experiences and exit routes than ever before. THE COURSE: a link in the chain How Coach Core works in partnership to create lasting, impactful change for all. BY WORKING TOGETHER WE CAN AFFECT TRULY MEANINGFUL CHANGE. Coach Core is about partnerships; the stronger the network we facilitate, the greater the outcomes for all. YEAR 4+ Once a group of innovative, youth focussed employers are convened to create a Coach Core consortium in a

given city or area: 1) We engage with councils, community sports partners, youth charities and like-minded organisations who have identified 16-24s that are ready to reengage with full time employment and education. (2) > YEAR 2 > YEAR 3 > 2) Coach Core employers will provide apprentices with (1) Community

Engagement Projects a 15 month contract. We then combine to provide more education, training and opportunities than any other programme of its kind as well as providing the wider community with a consistent coaching resource from a relatable young role model. 3) Combining the collective opportunities available to a young person via our consortiums and connected networks, we work with each individual apprentice to identify the best possible exit route into full time education and/or employment. The result is a qualified, experienced and confident young sports professional that has not only enhanced their own prospects but also will contribute greatly to their communities and wider society over many THE COURSE: The ethos RECRUITMENT

We are looking to develop these young people, not just as high quality sports coaches but also through the mentoring and peer work, as confident and engaging members of society. HRH Duke of Cambridge. Working with employers, regional and national organisations to identify suitable

NEETs 15mth Employ ment I really wasnt sure where I was heading before I started Coach Core but through the mentoring I received I was able to focus on how I could succeed via something I love. Thanks to the course, Im now employed as a coach, Im on a Level 3 course and even went to the USA for the summer to coach out there. Its been the best thing ever! Mulenga, Coach Core London 30 hours per week (3-4 days with employers; 1-2 days in education) Practical, on the job learning and working with high quality

coaches and mentors to shape their delivery, confidence and experience levels through coaching. However, hours should also be used to expose apprentices to other departments and practices in the sporting industry (marketing, development, admin, etc) EXIT ROUTES Agreed with the apprentice and then linked to relevant employer and/or educational provider THE COURSE: journey time Mentor and coaching support Royal Foundation

support Months 0 -1: Introductions, expectations and team building. Inductions and work experience with their employers. Months 1 3: Start of education, intro to Create Development Modules, shadowing employer team (various departments). Months 3 6: Undertake assistant coaching, embed reflective practice, complete additional qualifications NVQ Level 2 Community Activator Coach Months 6 9: Undertake lead coaching, gain exposure to more activities/events Employer and HR team

support Education guidance Apply and attend a 2 day interactive recruitment event. Months 9 -12: Build towards final assessments, lead on coaching work and projects plus start to identify their exit routes with employers/partners. Months 12-14 & 14>: Complete portfolios and final duties within the programme/organisations. 3 assessments begin from Month 14. Helpline and counselling Education and employment sought. Apprentice journey monitored by employers and the Royal Foundation. COACH CORE: 10 PROGRAMMES 2012:

Established our London pilot Greenhouse Charity 2013: Established our Glasgow pilot Glasgow Sport 2014: Finalised and evaluated above programmes 2015: Year 2 Glasgow and London plus established Welsh Rugby Union Year 1 2016: - Model and impact established. Launched our first consortium in Nottingham. - London becomes a consortium (Yr3) and new programmes begin in Essex in Autumn 2016. 2017: Year 1 programmes in Manchester, Birmingham, Devon, Middlesbrough and Bristol.

Year 4 Glasgow, Year 3 WRU and Year 2 Nottingham also launch in this year. 2018: Year 2 Manchester new CACL2 launched with us! How our employer consortiums work: Coach Core Devon example. OVERARCHING GUIDANCE AND ADVICE A group of diverse employers from across an entire city or county that combine resources, training and opportunities to benefit everyone within the network. FULL TIME TUTOR PROJECT ADMIN THE COURSE: The end product Our future coach who now has not only the knowledge, skillset and certificates to deliver a technical coaching session but also: - Can adapt that session to include learners from all areas of society through fun, engaging and progressive coaching;

- Can motivate their community to develop lifelong physical activity habits by being a relatable role model; - Works with the latest technologies to evidence their work, reflect on coaching practice and showcase their impact; - Have experience, knowledge and training on other areas of the sports industry to provide a well rounded sports professional that can take their next step into education and/or employment via a number of ways. And each programme will provide on average: Nearly 2000 hours per apprentice, per employer across 15 months; Over 4,500 community coaching sessions or programmes; Over 57,000 coaching interactions during this time, all taking place within schools and community settings COACH CORE: TO DATE For the apprentices: Nearly 300 graduates have now come through the programme and nearly 200 currently on Coach Core; 94% that start our programme, finish it! 99% of our graduates are in full time employment, education or further training.

80% have remained with their original employers mainly in part time employment or in a voluntary capacity. 80 different employer partners across 10 UK sites In 12 months alone Coach Core apprentices have led/assisted 27,000 coaching sessions with nearly 367,000 coaching interactions. COACH CORE: the future is bright! Expansion plans in place to work: 1) In more areas that need us most as our recent cross reference report highlighted; 2) With more employers and industry organisations who want to attract a new, young and diverse workforce; 3) With more Community Sports Partners and local providers who want to influence even greater change in their local communities 4) And of course, with more young people, giving them the change to gain qualifications and experiences

that will truly impact their lives for the better. COACH CORE: TO DATE For the employers: Solid benefits to work in a wider consortium, the UK Coach Core network plus aligning with the Royal Foundation and selected partners; A high quality, robust young coach workforce that can allow the business to target new employer demographics and/or in terms of coaching provision; A consistent, quality coaching resource across the 15 month period, that represents solid economical value and a new coaching approach; Can expand current operations or be readied to lead on new projects too. CASE STUDY: WELSH RUGBY UNION 2015 to present: COACH CORE: Our requirements. To join the Coach Core network, every employer must provide:

a formal place of employment for 15 months with a commitment to salary and on costs; a package of employment benefits and rights akin to any other employee; 30 hours of sports coaching/physical training and additional duties per week*; guidance, mentoring and support both in their coaching duties and in the wider workplace; a business plan that details the above as well as how any funding will be spent (template agreed and supplied); monthly summary reports to evidence apprentice progress and impact (template agreed and supplied); commitment to attend partner meetings where required and contribute to the consortium with available resources, venue, training and events that can benefit the wider team. COACH CORE: Finances

Per Apprentice Learner Costs 2019-20 Descriptor 16-18yo Employer cost to pay 10% Levy training contribution* 500 Apprentice Salary** 7,215 NGB/CPD costs 500 On Costs/Expenses (employer 750 dependent) Total 8,965 Income/Grant Coach Core Grant 4,000 16-18 Government Learner 1,000 incentive Year 2 balance to be met by 3,965 Employer, per apprentice

19-24yo 500 7,215 500 750 8,965 4,000 4,965 *All employers will need to pay a 10% levy training costs to the education provider. Education costs are 5,000 per apprentice, drawn down by Lifetime. **Apprentice salary calculated at current National Apprentice Wage (3.70ph x 30hrs per week) for a 15month term. For further information, please contact: Sarah Casselden Project Manager, Wesport [email protected]

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