Wigan Warriors have today re-launched their Education provision for the new academic year with a number of innovative new courses available.
Rugby League Club, Wigan Warriors, and industry-leading education provider, Central Training, today unveil exciting and innovative plans for a new multi-million pound community-based Work Academy in the town, the first of its type to open in the UK.
Halton Farnworth Hornets were the hosts for the 2011 North West College 9's Competition in which Wigan Warriors Education Academy emerged victorious.
Coinciding with his return to Engage Super League action with the Warriors Gareth Hock took time out of his busy schedule to come and talk to the Clubs L2 BTEC learners at the Warriors Education Centre.
Wigan Warriors Education Department recently visited Hindley ARLFC to promote their Innovative BTEC and NVQ courses and were encouraged by the massive amount of interest it generated.
Recently 15 year old Rebecca Healey became the first female to officially sign up on a Level 3 BTEC National Diploma programme in Sports and Exercise Science. This is just one of the innovative courses which are on offer from the Warriors from this September.
Think smart, Play smart with the Warriors!
Wigan Warriors are pleased to announce the appointment of Jeff Balmer to the Club’s Education Department. Jeff has joined the Club as Education and Pastoral Support Officer having previously held a volunteer role with the Club.