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SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Vocational

Two Years

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

GCSE Grade 4 in English and Science with an average points score of 3.2 or above.

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ASSESSMENT METHOD

This course is assessed through practical activities, exams and written assignments.

ABOUT THIS COURSE

This course is ideal for learners who are 16 years old or over and want to develop their skills in preparation for employment in the Sport and Physical Activity sector. This qualification is not just about being able to play sport or deal with elite athletes; employers need people who are able to lead sports and physical activities safely, work with the general public in providing sport and physical activity opportunities and help to promote physically active lifestyles.

Therefore, this qualification will provide learners with the skills, knowledge and understanding to progress into employment in the sport and physical activity sector either through an apprenticeship or directly into work.


Students will also complete the Sport Leader Award. Students will look at leading their own sessions alongside physical readiness. This qualification also carries UCAS points and allows you to develop the communication and organisational skills needed to be an effective leader.

 WHO IS 

THIS AIMED AT?

This course is aimed at students who:

  • Wish to progress on to a sport-related degree course, or a career in sport (such as coaching or teaching)Have an interest and practical competence in sport

  • Would like to explore different methods to analyse and improve sports performance

  • Would like to take a course where assessment is mainly by coursework

  • Would like to go directly into employment in the sport, leisure and recreation sector

COURSE AREA LEAD

Kate Clark

  • Body Systems and the Effects of Physical Activity

  • Sports Coaching and Activity Leadership

  • Sports Organisation and Development

  • Organisation of Sports Events

  • Practical Skills in Sport and Physical Activities

  • Working safely in Sport, Exercise, Health and Leisure

  • Performance Analysis in Sport and Exercise

  • Improving Fitness for Sport and Physical Activity

  • Organisation of Sports Events

  • Group Exercise to Music

  • Physical Activity for Specific Groups

  • Nutrition and Diet for Sport and Exercise

  • Health and Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise

  • Working in Active Leisure Facilities

  • Sports Injury and Rehabilitation

  • Practical Skills in Sport and Physical Activities

  • Sport and Exercise Psychology

  • Sport and Exercise Sociology

  • The Business of Sport

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