To train on various sporting activities to young people in an environment that is safe and friendly to the young trainees. The office will be required to put much emphasis on the LTAD and the fundamental model to the target group this will help him in identifying the prevailing barriers that bars the disadvantaged young people from participating.
The officer is responsible in developing and toughening associations with local sports clubs and the suitable partners in encouraging the continuing participation in the sporting activities thereby boosting the chances of sporting opportunities.
Ensuring that the coaching provided is of the required quality. This will be much easier if the officer commits himself to a continuous professional development (CPD) programme which will guarantee better quality.
Assisting in attainment of positive futures and other sports development programmes in the local authority. This will also enhance easier implementations of various events, festivals and the young people's initiatives.
The office bearer has all the duties of ensuring health and safety of trainees, visitors and other employees in line with the health and safety policies of the council which includes completing the risk evaluations at the required venues.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Unit Community Sport Coach is responsible for the planning and co-ordination of events, coming up with well scheduled programmes evaluating them and later delivers them to be used by the participants. 2
He motivates the individuals who are not in a position to participate in sports due to varying reasons.
He plays a very important role of exercising his ideas which are emulated within his team of