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Luca represents QPR Tiger Cubs in Germany 24/04/2015

QPR Tiger Cub participates in SCORT’s Tandem Young Coach Education programme in Bremen Germany for the first time.

 

Luca Worley aged 15 from the Tiger Cubs will travel to Bremen Germany on the 26th April – 3rd May with two QPR in the Community coaches to take part in the “Tandem Young Coach Education” programme.

 
Luca is pictured right
 
The programme was set up by the SCORT Foundation and offers disabled and non-disabled youths and young adults the chance to be educated as grassroots coaches in the field of disability football. The programme follows a specifically designed curriculum; The progressive coaching education is flexibly adapted to the participants’ individual abilities, so that it offers everyone the chance to participate. The training is led by instructors of the Football Club Social Alliance – a network of socially engaged professional football clubs established and managed by the SCORT Foundation. Experts from FC Basel 1893, SV Werder Bremen Bayer 04 Leverkusen and QPR in the Community will jointly educate coaches to work in tandem, which offers everyone the opportunity to take over responsibilities according to their individual abilities, and to get actively involved as coaches within their clubs.
Conor Mc Brearty (Inclusive Projects Manager) explains the importance of the trip “This is the first time QPR in the Community will take part in the coaches tandem programme and this offers a great chance for one of our Tiger Cubs players Luca to gain support in learning how to become a coach and the skills needed to run a session. After this course we will look to get Luca through his FA level 1 coaching qualification”

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