Young Volunteers Announced for Community Achievement Award
Cricket Scotland are pleased to announce that the following young people have been selected to complete the Community Achievement Award qualification in conjunction with Glasgow Kelvin College:
- Alex Green, Nairn CC
- Lee Paterson, Arbroath CC
- Greg Chambers, Falkland CC
- Oliver Roe, Kinross-shire CC
- Grant Langlands, Falkland CC
- Adam Khan, Hillhead CC
- Calum Watson, Falkland CC
- Jawad Khan, Clydesdale CC
- Lyle Robertson, Falkland CC
- David Sturgess, Clydesdale CC
- Callum Grant, Stenhousemuir CC
- Lucas Laing, Stenhousemuir CC
- Gregor Lindsay, Melrose CC
- Lewis Ollier, Stenhousemuir CC
The Community Achievement Award is a Scottish Community Qualification Framework accredited course which is designed to support, recognise and accredit learning and achievement in a community setting. The award is based around a three stage process:
1. Planning – choosing an activity and setting milestones.
2. Implementing – carrying out activity as outlined in the planning stage.
3. Evaluating – reviewing success, identifying learning and looking at the benefits to the self and others.
The awards will also be completed with appropriate support from trained mentors. These mentors are from the cricket community and trained by Glasgow Kelvin College to support the young people selected for the award.
Good luck to all the young volunteers involved!