As if one award wasn’t enough!!??…. Beith Trust are also in the finals this Thursday for the Sports Leaders UK Young Leadership Trophy. The presentation ceremony; Give More. Become More will be taking place at the House of Lords. Beith Trust are thrilled to have made it to the finals and very, very proud of the hard work of all of the young people who have done Playmaker, Young Leader, Sports Leader and Community Sports Leader Awards and Qualifications.
Sports Leaders UK are celebrating the success of organisations who promote Sports Leadership by awarding the Young Leadership Award. They will be recognising the work of young sports leaders nationwide and the successes of their Leadership Academy programme.
To apply for these awards we had to create a video showcasing the hard work and efforts of all of our young sports leaders – click here to view the video.
Here at Beith Trust we have provided volunteering opportunities for home grown community sports leader participants by running football tournaments including the Corey cup which brings together children from across the Garnock valley, running the anti-sectarian festival and putting on summer and Easter sports activity camps.
All the young leaders involved felt like they learned how to work together in a team but also be a leader in their own right, they learned how to keep the attention of a group of children with fun and engaging activities.
Sean, 17 says “Sports leader has helped me to get a job as it showed me leadership skills and has enabled me to coach other teams at Beith Development Trust”
We are delighted to be in the final for the Sports Leader Award it would not be possible without all the young leaders and our coaches from the Garnock Valley and the wider region.