Coach Development Grant Scheme

The Sport Conwy Coach Development Grant Scheme aims to support the development of local coaches and clubs by offering them financial assistance to access National Governing Body coaching qualifications in their chosen sport. The scheme is aimed at coaches wishing to access Level 3 NGB qualifications. Funding can be used for course costs and associated travel and accommodation costs (limits apply). Applications can be made up to the value of £500.

Coach Development Grant Scheme Criteria

  • Applicants must be involved with a club in the Conwy County
  • Applicants must be member of a club affiliated to Sport Conwy
  • Applicants must be nominated by a Sports Club they are actively engaging with
  • Applications from paid sports coaches will not be accepted.

General Info

  • Sports Clubs can only apply for a maximum of three coach grants per financial year.
  • Payments for the Coach Development Grant Scheme will be made to the club.
  • Grants will not usually be offered to the same individual for more than two consecutive financial years.
  • The grant can be used towards the attendance and completion of a National Governing Body coaching qualification where clubs are not able to access other funding.
  • Grants cannot be awarded retrospectively; all applications must be submitted and approved prior to coach / volunteer attending the qualification course.
  • Age of applicants – 18yrs +
  • Applications can be made at any time, they will be assessed at the bi monthly meetings of the grant panel. Successful applicants will be informed within a week of the grant panel meeting.
  • Applicants will be asked to reference Sport Conwy Coach Development Grant Scheme during verbal or written press engagement or club updates where the topic of funding is covered.
The information provided in this form is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I am willing to acknowledge any financial assistance provided by Sport Conwy, to publicise the Coach Development Grant Scheme via the press, social media, and literature that is produced.
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