What courses will be funded:
Benefit to the community
1. Courses which offer the widest possible benefit to LSEAU and students involved in sport at LSE
2. Courses which meet a clearly expressed student need, particularly where there is a shortage of coaches, officials or first aiders
3. Funding of and participation of students on a course must not damage the reputation of LSESU, LSEAU or the LSE
Benefit to the individual
1. The course is fully accreditted by a national assocaition of the relevant sport or activity
2. The course must take students beyond their current level of expertise or knowledge
3. Priority will be given to students who have not already completed a course as part of the Beyond the Classroom Coaches and Officials Academy
4. The beneficiary must be an LSE Student
1. If a club helps to fund a qualification, then the relevant student must provide at least 10 hours of coaching, officiating or first aid support to the club
2. All participants must record their experiences in a report at the end of their course and hand this to LSESU
3. In order to ensure long term benefit to the AU, priority will be given to students with more than 12 months left of study, in order to ensure that there is a continued benefit
4. At least one space per club will be reserved for a student to complete a first aid course
LSESU staff will administer the allocation of funds for the academy, with strategic oversight from the LSESU Activities and Development Officer.
Sounds good, what do I do now?
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