The CDM will work closely with the Junior Domestic subcommittee, the General Manager and the VJBL Director of Coaching. Applications are due by Friday 17th September at 5pm. Visit the DVBA website for the position description. Cover letter, Resume and Document Addressing Key Selection Criteria to email@example.com.
You will then be referred to the Referee Advisor at your local basketball association who is responsible for conducting the orientation courses for beginner referees. Beginner courses are typically held over four or five weeks (session length and days vary) and include theory work and practical on-court experience. All you need is a whistle ...
Youth Basketball Classes in Victoria, BC. Where NO basketball playing experience is required. At Jumpshot Basketball Training and Academy, we offer Basketball Training and Classes to kids / youth visiting us from across Victoria BC, Saanich, Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Colwood, Langford, Westshore, Vancouver Island and the surrounding areas.
To find your local association, contact Basketball Victoria on (03) 9927 6666. Some general tips. Suggestions include: Adults should check with their doctor before taking up basketball. Be aware that basketball is a fast-action game with lots of running, jumping, pivoting and twisting, so injuries and accidents can happen easily.
Work experience, sometimes called "work placement", is a program for Victorian Year 10 high school students. It places you in a job for a short time so you can find out more about jobs you're interested in, try things out for yourself and build your job-seeking networks. These pages are an introduction to the basics of high school work experience, including tips for finding a place to do work experience and advice about what to expect when doing work experience.
The Victoria Police Work Experience Program provides a fantastic opportunity for high school students considering a career within Victoria Police. Students are placed at participating police stations and divisions where they will have the opportunity to observe and learn from our police officers, Protective Services Officers, Protective Custody Officers and Victorian Public Service (VPS) personnel.
Work experience is the short-term placement of secondary school students with employers. Work experience is generally undertaken in Years 9 or 10. It is intended to give students insights into the industry and the workplace. Schools must ensure they implement this policy and the associated Work Experience Manual when planning for and conducting ...
Gain valuable work experience on sports internships abroad. Ideal for international understanding in the sports industry whilst supporting sport development. Please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel page for details on our response to the situation.
Find a Job Developing skills We understand that for many, experience can be a barrier to gain employment. We can assist you to find opportunities to gain experience to increase your employability skills: accessing work related opportunities, so you can experience different job roles building on existing skills developing new skills applying hands on practice […]