COMMUNITY SPORTS COACH TRAINING FRIDAY 15/2/2013

The Australian Government's Active After-school communities (AASC) program will hold a free Community Coach Training Program (CCTP) for aspiring commjnity coaches in the North West region. It will be held at the Mount Isa Multi-Purpose and Recreation Centre on Friday 15th of February from 5 pm

To find out more info or to register to attend contact AASC Regional Co-Ordinator, Cameron Clayton on cameron.clayton@ausport.gov.au

The AASC program is and Australian Government initiative delivered by the Australian Sports Commission in up to 3,270 schools and outside school hours care services across Australia. Each term up to 190,000 children participate in up to 70 different sports and 20 structured physical activities after school.




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