Posted on 16/08/2016 in Education News
The first students to participate in Scottish Gymnastics’ Post-Graduate Diploma have taken part in their induction days at Napier University. The course, designed in partnership with Napier University and with the support of sportscotland, will help develop coaches’ skills and knowledge. It underlines Scottish Gymnastics’ commitment to deliver world-class support and training for clubs and coaches.
Euan Lowe, chief executive of Scottish Gymnastics, said:
“I’m delighted to see the first students get to work on the post-graduate diploma. We’ve teamed up with Napier University and sportscotland to deliver a truly innovative course that will help these coaches take the next step on their journey to being world class. I wish the students every success in their studies."
The students are:
Amanda Daley, East Kilbride (WAG/TRA)
Amanda Boucher, Irvine Bay (Team Gym)
Andrew Fowler, City of Glasgow (ACRO)
Iona Bruce, Glasgow Trampoline Club (TRA)
Fiona Fyfe, Astro West Lothian (ACRO)
Carolyn Mackenzie, Donside (TRA)
Grace Lyman, Corby (WAG)