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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.
An e-portfolio of evidence: to include written and verbal assessments, short answer questions, video evidence and any other assessments relevant to the skills, knowledge & behaviours being checked. Each apprentice will also have to complete and pass an independent End Point Assessment, which fully assesses the skills and capabilities they have developed throughout their apprenticeship.
Applicants must be employed in a relevnat occupation in order to complete an apprenticeship.
Starting 1st September 2021 - Ending - 31st January 2023
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