Many potentially strong applicants for Director of Sport positions are unsuccessful for avoidable reasons. High calibre candidates often fail to do themselves justice. For some, the application, especially the letter, fails to ensure they are invited to interview: others don’t acquit themselves well in the selection process.
This course is designed for current or aspiring Directors of Sport, who are seeking a new role in the next year or two, and wish to optimise their chances. The typical participant might be the head of a sport in a school, Head of PE or Director of Sport in a small school. Others might come from less orthodox backgrounds. The course is created from the experience of supporting over 50 schools in making these appointments over twenty years, and from extensive discussions with heads. It is also the result of seeing many good candidates underperform, or misunderstand the process.
This is not about interview “techniques”, or other gimmicks. Neither will it make weak candidates stronger. The aim of the course is to ensure that candidates are able to understand the process and to present themselves at their best throughout the selection mechanism.
Numbers on this course are strictly limited to ensure individual attention.