How the DiSE programme is shaping me: Bailey Green
February 20, 2021 | by Matt Halfpenny
In the third of our series featuring DiSE boxers past and present, first year student at SGS College, Bailey Green, explains how the programme and its attendees are helping to bring out the best in him.
“Whilst I have been at DiSE, I have had very tough training sessions which has tested me mentally and physically.
“These training sessions have shown me that what ever is thrown your way you can always come through it on top as long as you persevere.
“I have made many new friends and training partners who never hesitate to push me to the limit and will always motivate me to achieve my dreams.
“The coaches at DiSE are some of the best I have had. They’re always making the sessions fun and enjoyable whilst also making us train harder than we have ever before.
“We can always have a good laugh at DISE and it’s a very good opportunity to get some knowledge and better skills under your belt.”
Bailey started boxing at the age of 15 and, now aged 17, has made rapid progress.
When he finishes college, he is keen to pursue a career as a personal trainer or get into sports coaching.
More about DiSE
The Level 3 Diploma in Sporting Excellence (DiSE) qualification supports talented and committed young athletes who have realistic potential to be high achievers in their sport.
It is the officially-endorsed boxing education programme supported and recognised by England Boxing.
With a value of 64 UCAS points, it combines boxing and full-time education so participants have the skills, knowledge and competence to pursue sporting excellence alongside education and a future career.
DiSE offers aspiring boxers aged 16 to 19 the chance to train full-time in boxing while also studying full-time to gain qualifications that will benefit them outside of the ring.
You can study DiSE over two years alongside your school or College main study programme and is delivered by highly-qualified and experienced England Boxing coaches.
There are six hubs offering the programme across the country: Gateshead College (North East), the Joe Gallagher Academy, Manchester (North West), University College, Birmingham (Midlands), SGS College, Bristol (South West), The Spotlight Centre (London) and Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (South).
To find out more about each one, contact the coach for each one, or apply, click here.