Sports Science at Hartsdown Academy
Students will also develop professional, personal and social skills through interaction with peers, stakeholders and clients, as well as theoretical knowledge and understanding to underpin these skills. These support the transferable skills required by universities and employers such as communication, problem solving, time management, research and analytical skills. Students will consider the barriers to and the effects and benefits of sport and physical activity across all age ranges and social groups, including people with disabilities and BAME, so they can tailor their approach depending on the person, people or situation they’re working with to ensure inclusivity. They’ll also learn how to work in a safe and effective way, protecting themselves and those they’re working with from injury or harm.
The units can include:
- Body Systems,
- Sports Coaching,
- Sports Organisation and development,
- Sports Injuries
- Practical Sport Skills.
2 units are exam assessed. 3 units are portfolio assessed coursework. Practical reflections.
Degree in Physical Education, Personal Training or working in the health sector. Working in the leisure industry or coaching sport. You can progress to University to cover teacher training in Physical Education.
For further information please contact Mr Jones on 01843 227957 or email@example.com
How to apply
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