Sport

Sport

Vocational Level 2 Technical Diploma for Sport and Activity Leaders
Full-time
Examining Board: EDEXCEL

Course Overview

This course can help you take your first steps towards a career in sport and fitness. You’ll learn essential skills such as training for personal fitness, encouraging sports participation, and organising and leading events and activities. Units offered include training for personal fitness, practical sports performance, and psychology, anatomy and physiology in sport.

You can also take part in enrichment activities at the college within your study programme. Huish Sport runs a comprehensive, wide ranging and extremely sucessful sports Enrichment programme. We provide a huge range of both team and individual sports to students of all abilities.

This one year course is aimed at those students who wish to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding by applying their learning and skills in a work related context. Taken as part of a balanced curriculum, vocational qualifications provide a tried and trusted progression route to further study, to an apprenticeship or into employment.

The teaching team create a series of relevant assignments, which can be written or activity based, offering variety to your learning. The format of the assignments are varied and could include activities such as creating a film clip, planning a presentation, creating a business plan, or writing a report.

The assessments are completed thorough a combination of internal and external assessment. There are opportunities to develop skills in English and Mathematics and these are indicated in the units where appropriate. These give learners the opportunity to practise essential skills in naturally occurring and meaningful contexts.

To do this course you need the following:

  • GCSE English and Mathematics at grade D/3 or above plus a range of GCSEs at C/4/D/3 grades

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