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Sport and Active Leisure at Isleworth & Syon School for Boys

Course description

Principal Learning: (compulsory) Learners develop an awareness of current issues across 3 lines of learning. 1. Sport and the Individual. (compulsory) - * The impact of an Active and Healthy Lifestyle. * Being an Effective Manager and Leader in Sport and Active Leisure. * Science and Technology in Sport and Active Leisure. 2. Sport and the Economy. (compulsory) * Globalisation: Sport, Business and the Media 3. Sport and the Community. (compulsory) * Promoting Opportunities for All in Sport and Active Leisure. * Bringing Communities Together through Sport and Active Leisure. Generic Learning: (compulsory) * Minimum of 10 days work of work experience in the Sport & Active Leisure industry. * Displaying personal, learning and thinking skills (PLTS) in all activities (leadership, team work, effective participation, creativity). * Functional skills qualifications (English, Maths, and ICT). Extended project. Specialist Learning: Learners can opt to take a of range qualifications, either, inside or outside of school time. These might relate to any of the three lines of learning as well as those linked to any Sport and Active Leisure employment sector. For example: Sports Medicine, Sports Taping, Sports Massage. Youth Work, Play Work, Officiating, Life-Saving & First Aid, Sports Surfaces and Ground Maintenance, Sport and Business, Event Legacy, Coaching and Leadership (RFU Coaching Level 2-3; Higher Sports Leadership Award (HSLA). NVQs. Additional Learning: Qualifications can be taken which are drawn from outside Principal Learning and could include AS/A2 levels or BTECs. For example, BTEC Engineering to support an ambition to become an Architect of sports buildings or AS/A2 Biology for physiotherapy.

Entry requirements

5 or more GCSEs at Grade A* to C (not necessarily including BTec or GCSE PE). A strong interest in finding employment or pursuing study in the sport and active leisure industry. * English Language and Maths minimum grade D or higher.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Isleworth & Syon School for Boys directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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