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BUCS 2018/19 New Year Update

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Published: Friday, 21 December 2018 14:53 Written by Michelle

 

The University of Brighton go into the New Year 58th (of 174) with only about 50 points separating us from 50th place in the BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) overall league table. Brighton sit 17th of 44 institutions in the South East & London, with only one institution above Brighton not entering more teams in BUCS competition. Brighton has scored points in 53% of fixtures and the strongest week so far was the 05.12 with teams winning 63% of their games. 

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Enhance your CV | Training courses at Sport Brighton

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Published: Tuesday, 27 November 2018 09:12 Written by Michelle

 

Enhance your CV and stand out from the crowd. Sport Brighton hosts a range of courses to add qualifications to your CV. Forthcoming courses include:

 

National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (2018, December)

The National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ) complies with the industry guidance contained within the HSE publication 'Managing Health and Safety in Swimming Pools'. Generally, the NPLQ is a recruitment requirement for a number of jobs from Pool Lifeguard to Centre Manager. On successful completion of the course you will be fully qualified to work as a Pool Lifeguard up to a depth of 1.85m and using a PXB - Pool Extraction Board).

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Trampoline Teachers Level 1 AND Level 2 Awards (2019, February)

This course will take place over the following days: 

09th/10th/17th & 24th February 2019

The course is for Teacher or students training to be teacher and can be used to teach trampolining in after school activities.

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LTA Key stage 3 and 4 Teacher (2019, May)

This is a Lawn Tennis Association qualification for teachers or students training to be teachers looking to teach Key Stage 3 and 4 children. 

Course runs 10:00-13:00

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Meet our volunteer Elly | Parklife Netball Officer

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Published: Thursday, 15 November 2018 10:05 Written by Michelle

 

Sport Brighton offers a range of ways you can get involved in sport at the university. This includes being part of our volunteer programme. We caught up with Elly who volunteers on our Parklife netball programme. As well as support from Sport Brighton the role also benefits from support by England Netball as part of their wider UNO (University Netball Officer) programme.

Name: Elly

Course: BSc (Hons) Business Management with Marketing

What are your reasons for wanting to volunteer?

I have always enjoyed volunteering and giving back to the community. Whilst at University having lots of spare time enables me to commit to it.

Why did the Parklife volunteering program appeal to you?

This year I decided I want to incorporate Netball into my volunteering because I love team sports and love playing sport with my friends. Having played Netball with the Sports Federation Club for 3 years, I know the benefits of being a part of a sports club or society and so wanted to share my experiences and hope that they enjoy netball as much as I do!

Volunteering through the Parklife programme is so flexible and easy to get involved with; the people who help organise Parklike really make your life easy and always contactable. If I have any questions about promoting netball or coming up with charity ideas they are always so willing to help out.

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O2 Touch Rugby Sessions starting in Falmer

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Published: Friday, 09 November 2018 11:58 Written by Dominic Onions

Parklife: O2 Touch Rugby

18.00 - 19.00, Thursday's

3G Pitch, Falmer Sports Centre  

 

The latest addition to the University of Brighton Parklife programme sees a social Touch Rugby session in Falmer.

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