Badminton Smashup Activator

 University of Wolverhampton Sports Courses 
Title Badminton Smash up Activator
Cost

£20.00 WLV Students

£25.00 Non Students

Location

Walsall Campus Sports Centre

Date of event This course is no longer taking place
Time of event 10:00-1:00
Outcome Streetgames are able to offer opportunities to utilise the qualification outside of the University setting. For University of Wolverhampton students our Social Sport programme can offer you paid and voluntary eperience on Campus. For more info contact social sport
Pre-requisites

All attendees must be aged 16 or over.

There are no compulsory pre-requisites for this workshop. It offers the chance to build on skills previously gained through courses such as the Sports Leaders UK Level 1, 2 and 3 awards; national governing bodies of sports awards; and youth and community qualifications.

Contact Sportsworkforce@wlv.ac.uk
Medical Participation is part of the course please inform us of any injuries or medical requirements before the course start date
Course details

SmashUp! Badminton is a modern mix of mates, bass-line pumping music and big hitting badminton challenges that aims to make any session a social hub. Badminton England’s vision is that Smash Up sessions are a vibrant place where the usual rules don't apply, tradition is laughed at and where the players set the tempo then define the boundaries.
Developed by StreetGames and Badminton England, the workshop provides learners with game ideas and challenges to introduce this new form of Badminton to young people in their community.

Participants combine their existing coaching and leadership skills and experience with the games and challenges in the workshop to learn how to engage young people in badminton for the first time.

By the end of the workshop attendees will be able to: understand SmashUp! badminton and the fundamental skills needed to play; deliver SmashUp! activities to groups of young people; understand and apply basic rules for informal SmashUp! games; and organise SmashUp! challenges and social competitions.

Who is it for: Community sport project leaders, coaches and volunteers.