Updated: Nov 4, 2020
On Monday 26th October Bristol Rovers Community Trust hosted the first of their open trials for the BTEC Football Programme. These sessions took place at Lockleaze Sports Centre with a girl’s session running from 10am-12pm.
Community Trust Education Ambassador, Alex Rodman also came along to offer his support and chat to the prospective about the importance of education. Rodman said “It’s so important for young people to take their education seriously as it sets them up for more opportunities in the future. Football can be a huge catalyst for young people and if you’re enjoying what you do, then you’re likely to thrive in that environment. The BTEC course at Bristol Rovers Community Trust can certainly do that.”
These free sessions are open for students in years 10,11 and 12 who have an interest in football, sport, and our education programme. The BTEC Level 3 in Sport, run by Bristol Rovers Community Trust is the perfect platform for any student who have aspirations, to start their career in the sports industry.
The BTEC (Level 3) in Sport course also allows students to train every day and represent Bristol Rovers in the EFL CEFA League, as well as studying at The Memorial Stadium throughout the week. These trials arranged by our UEFA qualified coaches, will give prospective students the opportunity to experience our daily training sessions and is the perfect chance to show the team what you can do.
To register for one of our upcoming BTEC 'Open Trials' or find out about our BTEC Courses, click here