Snooker Active - Inclusive Snooker
Accredited Activity Based Learning Through Snooker
Stephen Harrison Snooker Academy. http://www.snookerskills.com/
Stephen Harrison trains York City Council to deliver Inclusive Snooker.
"Thank you for providing us with a great day's training, yesterday. The course was great and we are all looking forward to developing inclusive snooker in York."
Jason White, York City Council
SnookerActive... Snooker's big break For A Sporting Chance...
We can show you how to:
Train your staff to deliver professional snooker coaching to disabled service users (service users will gain a recognised qualification on completion of The UK Snooker Awards TM.)
Set up snooker clubs with accredited learning programmes.
Engage with disability groups using the UK Snooker Awards TM.
Become a fully qualified UK Snooker Coach.
Transform your Snooker Room into a UK Snooker Centre Of Excellence.
Welcome to SnookerActive, a national project aimed at kick starting disability snooker at grassroots level. Snooker is accessible to almost anyone, and our experience is that you can attract people who aren't interested in other activities to snooker sessions. Snooker is the foundation for including disability groups in your community, informal sessions lead on to the UK Snooker Awards TM.
The UK Snooker Awards TM can help you transform your snooker room into a vibrant snooker academy by becoming a training centre for our accredited snooker courses. The UK Snooker Awards TM course is very popular with schools, colleges and other organisations, students can achieve GCSE credits. By becoming a UK Snooker Centre Of Excellence you will open up opportunities to secure funding. As a UK Snooker Awards TM training provider you will receive full support from the UK Snooker Awards TM team.
Tel: 0114 2242346
Join our one-day workshop on how to grow vibrant, visible and viable snooker clubs for disability groups by developing your community snooker room with professional, accredited coaching.
Topics covered include:
Setting up accredited snooker clubs for disability groups.
Community inclusion and grassroots snooker as a medium of engagement and process.
Professional snooker coaching for your staff.
Pathways to further education and employment.
Snooker room installation.
If disability snooker groups are to grow they will have to get away from just being snooker groups and benefit from introducing professional coaching standards and accredited qualifications. Society needs its disability snooker groups to prosper. We need them to be places where people want to play and learn, be included and generally become hubs for their communities, in short become places where people live their lives. Speakers will provide background thinking, report from real life stories, discuss how to balance the needs of disability snooker groups and how to develop accredited snooker clubs for people of all ages and abilities.