LEVEL: VOCATIONAL LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA
EXAMINING BOARD: EDEXCEL
TYPE OF STUDY: FULL-TIME, SIXTH FORM STUDY PROGRAMME
PASS RATE: 100% IN 2018
This course will equip you with the essential skills and knowledge for future study or a career in sport. It offers you the chance to gain a qualification on a more practical level.
This Extended Diploma will make up the core requirement of your Study Programme and is roughly equivalent to three A Levels.
You will gain practical experience of training and exercise and the physiological effects this has on our anatomy and you will explore how nutrition impacts on our health and performance and how to manage different types of sporting injuries.
This course is about gaining hands on experience and you may have the opportunity to work in a local primary school delivering either an After School Club or PE lessons, work as an official alongside SASP at a Primary School Central Venue League or work with students at Selworthy School.
“The vocational Sport course is interactive and engaging whilst embedding both practical and theoretical knowledge and skills.”
Sport Vocational Student
There are a variety of assessments that may take the form of presentations, group work, written assignments and planning/leading events. Some of the topics we cover are:
- Anatomy & Physiology
- The Physiology of Fitness
- Assessing Risk in Sport
- Fitness Training and Programming
- Sport Coaching
- Sport Development
- Rules, Regulations and Officiating
Standard College entry requirements: 5 GCSEs at grade C/4 or above, including Maths and English Language.
Will I have to study other subjects as well as Sport?
The Extended Diploma is equivalent to three A Levels and so can be studied alone.
Can I play sport as well?
There are lots of opportunities to play sport at Huish. Have a look at the sports enrichment pages to see what is on offer.
Where will this qualification take me?
Vocational qualifications are widely recognised by universities. Popular career choices include fitness training, sports coaching, governing body work and sports development.