TRAINING TOMORROW'S LEADERS

Posted on 18/08/2016 in Education News

TRAINING TOMORROW'S LEADERS

Scottish Gymnastics is committed to giving club leaders the skills and tools they need to be world class. As part of this, we are delighted to announce the first intake to our leadership academy. 

The academy is a 12-month focusing on the vital behaviours and skills needed to lead a club to success. It features a selection of inspiring speakers from the world of business and sport who will challenge our leaders to think differently.
 
The first intake to the academy are:

Amanda Boucher, Irvine Bay GC
Clare Logan, City of Glasgow GC
Debi McPhee, JUMP GC
Jean Walker, Saltire Team Gymnastics
Jennifer Davidson, West Dunbartonshire GC
Jennifer Mann, Enigma GC
John Humphries, Inverness GC
Kim Ritchie, Astro West Lothian
Mary West, Deveron GC
Michael Kerrisk, Dynamite GC
Ruth Griffin, West Lothian Artistic GC
Trish Swan, Garioch GC

Scottish Gymnastics CEO Euan Lowe said: 

“Coaches with the right leadership skills are absolutely vital to nurturing the talent of tomorrow, and becoming leaders in their clubs by example. This leadership course is an example of our absolute resolve to equip coaches, gymnasts and clubs with the training, tools and support they need to fulfil their ambitions and become truly world class.” 

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