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The School Gymnastics Missing Link

  
Nov 2014


First Published: Monday 24-Nov-2014 6:52 AM, Edited: Tuesday 27-Jan-2015 7:54 AM
Author: Gary Black

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In the past if you wanted help to run a gymnastics program in your school you had three options:-

State associations run professional development sessions, but the presenters primarily work in clubs with small groups.

In-School providers come in and want to do it all for you - we call this the 'rubber stamp' approach (young staff delivering a set of lessons for a specified period of time) - some bring equipment, some don't, they all charge similar high fees. These companies are normally run by interstate administrators and call centers (even if they have a 'local' franchise).

A lot of Gymnastics Clubs run school programs as well, they have all the 'big' equipment and the 'wow' factor, but they normally have a limited understanding of the curriculum, and you will be up for bus fares to and from the venue.

Gymnastics 4 Hire is the missing link in these options. With 11 years of experience working in schools:-
 

Most Importantly - Everyone in our company is on the ground actually getting their hands dirty and doing the work! We don't have directors sitting back in their mansions lining their pockets with your money.

 




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About the Author

Gary Black...

Gary Black

Advanced Silver Mens Gymnastics Coach, Intermediate Womens Gymnastics Coach, Intermediate Kindergym Coach.

Gary began running gymnastics programs in schools in 2003. Initially as a casual staff member with another company, whilst studing teaching at Deakin University; and quickly becoming one of their managers. Gary went on to own what was the sole Victorian franchise of that company.

Whilst with that company, under Gary's leadership, Victorian customers enjoyed quality, reliability, flexibility, and understanding.

In mid 2014, to be able to better service the changing needs of schools, Gary decided to move away from a restrictive franchised business, and started Gymnastics 4 Hire, determined to keep the high standards that customers had come to enjoy, and to provide a service specifically tailored to the customers needs.



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