Are you a trainee or qualified teacher in primary or secondary level education?
Local Education Authorities are increasingly turning to fishing as a teaching tool to assist in engagement with pupils. For trainees a coaching qualification is a useful addition to the CV for the first job interview. For qualified teachers, there is growing evidence of how fishing programmes, in many forms, can reduce truancy and engage with the ‘disengaged’. This course is for you?
Are you a trainee or qualified professional working with youth or communities?
The current emphasis on social inclusion means you will be qualified to deliver a cost effective measure for tackling high profile social issues. Evidence from projects across the country indicates a marked impact on anti-social behaviour and youth offending, and demonstrates that well-managed projects assist in generating social cohesion within communities. This course is for you?
Are you a trainee or qualified professional working with special needs or disabled people?
The English Federation for Disabled Sports believes that angling is a favourite pastime among disabled people. Angling has been used as a very positive therapy for people with severe learning disabilities and those in remission from serious illness. As a qualified coach you could make a difference to their lives. This course is for you?
Are you a trainee or qualified professional working with women or minority ethnic groups?
The Rural White Paper recommends statutory guidance that you should encourage the participation of such groups and “enhance the social contribution fishing makes as a widely available and healthy form of recreation.” This course is for you?
Please take our pre-course online questionnaire, and if successful you will be invited to register for the next Dreamstore Academy.