Highland coaching awards
NOMINATIONS for the 2017 Highland coaching, officiating and volunteering awards are open.
Last year was the most successful since the inception of the awards in 2010 with 65 nominations. This was the most Highland had ever received and the most across Scotland.
In 2016 High Life Highland (HLH) celebrated women, young coaches and volunteers as well as Scotland’s Young Ambassadors and the Young Peoples Sports Panel, who made important decisions as part of the judging panel.
Coaches, officials or volunteers who have shown dedication and commitment to the sport, gone that extra mile and brought fun and excitement to clubs or sessions can be nominated in the following categories:
Young Person’s Coach of the Year; Community Coach of the Year; Performance Development Coach of the Year; High Performance Coach of the Year; Young Coach of the Year; Disability Coach of the Year; Lifetime Coaching Achievement Award; Coach Developer of the Year; Coaching Chain Award; Technical Official of the Year; Lifetime Volunteer Achievement Award (non- coaching); Volunteer of the Year and Young Volunteer of the Year. Winners will receive a grant for their club, a trophy, a certificate and an invitation to the Highland Awards evening. If they go on to win the national awards, they will receive £ 300, a trophy, a certificate and will be invited to another ceremony in November.
The closing date for nominations is Friday September 15 at midnight.