Pat Benson Boxing Academy College – Online Open Events

Pat Benson Boxing Academy College – Online Open Events

 

 

Are you 16 – 18 and trying to decide what’s next?

 

You want to continue your education, but the traditional college or sixth form just doesn’t appeal to you. You want something a bit different.

 

How does first-class boxing training and a qualification equivalent to three A Levels sound?

 

Because that’s what you can get at the Pat Benson Boxing Academy College.

 

The two year, fully funded course gives you the chance to take your performance to the next level.

 

Trying to decide what it is you want to do is challenging at the best of times, so trying to do that whilst everything is up in the air as a result of the pandemic may feel near impossible.

 

With this in mind, we’re bringing all the information you need directly to you.

 

We’re running online open events where you can find out more and ask any questions you may have about the Pat Benson Boxing Academy College.

 

  • Tuesday 26th May 2020 8pm – 8.30pm
  • Thursday 28th May 2020 3.30pm – 4pm
  • Tuesday 2nd June 2020 3.30pm – 4pm
  • Thursday 4th June 2020 8pm – 8.30pm

 

You can register to attend here.

 

To give you more of an idea about the Pat Benson Boxing Academy College, we’ve answered some key questions:

 

 

What coaching is given?

Up to six hours a week of high-level boxing coaching delivered by the Pat Benson Coaching Academy.

 

 

What qualifications are studied?

  • Study with tutors from Aspire Training Solutions
  • OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical in Sport and Physical Activity
  • 1st4Sport Level 2 Award in Multi-Skills Development in Sport
  • England Boxing Level 1 Coaching Course

That’s 3 industry recognised qualifications to equip you for your future.

 

 

What about work experience?

Having recognised work experience on a CV is invaluable in today’s competitive employment climate. That’s why students at the Pat Benson Boxing Academy College get to undertake a minimum of 30 hours work experience.

Retaining knowledge and skills is useful, but being able to practically apply them is key. The work experience element is not only fundamental to your progression on the programme, it is also fundamental to your progression in the future.

 

 

Who are the training providers?

 

Pat Benson Boxing Academy

Pat Benson Boxing Academy is a registered Community Amateur Sports Club and Clubmark accredited.

With its state-of-the-art facilities and top-quality coaching, the club attracts the brightest boxing talents and is a hugely valuable community sports foundation.

They are one of the very few boxing academies in existence to have won every domestic boxing championship as well as a representative at the Olympic Games. Being trained by the Pat Benson Boxing Academy means you will be a part of one of the most successful clubs in English boxing.

 

Aspire Training Solutions

Aspire Training Solutions specialise in the delivery of accredited sport related qualifications and apprenticeships, having worked in the education sector since 2005.

Aspire Training Solutions work in partnership with organisations around the country and is a trusted partner for hundreds of schools. With extensive knowledge and experience in the sports and physical activity sector, their team provide high-quality training, ensuring you have the very best learning experience.

 

 

Where’s the college based?

Birmingham and Wolverhampton.

 

 

What’s after the Pat Benson Boxing Academy College?

  • Apprenticeship
  • University
  • Employment

 

To discover more and help you establish whether the Pat Benson Boxing Academy College is the path for you, be sure to register for one of our online open events.