Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership at Aylesbury High School
The CSL provides many opportunities for learning and development. As a vocationally-related qualification (VRQ), it focuses on the application of knowledge, rather than the accumulation of knowledge.
Candidates will benefit from:
• learning to lead others
• increased confidence in leading groups
• enhanced self-esteem
• improved communication skills
• improved organisational skills
• experience of working as part of a team
• work experience – delivering sports sessions in the community
• further education or training opportunities in sport
• a nationally recognised qualification at Level 2.
Students have the opportunity to work with local primary schools and a school for children with severe learning difficulties.
If you are taking AS Level PE, then CSL can count toward leading in a specific sport (one of your practical activities).
The Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership is divided into eight units of work. Candidates must complete all units in order to qualify. The syllabus for the qualification will take approximately 35 Guided Learning Hours to deliver. In order to complete the Award you mustcomplete 10 hours demonstration of leadership within the community. This element of the qualification is part of Unit 1; however, the 10 hours demonstration of leadershipmusthappen at the end of the course, after all of the taught aspects have been delivered.
The units of the award (with recommended hours per unit) are:
Unit 1:Plan, lead and evaluate a sport/activity session (21 hrs)
Unit 2:Developing leadership skills (3 hrs)
Unit 3:Lead a session to improve fitness (5 hrs)
Unit 4:Adapting sports activities (4 hrs)
Unit 5:Establish and maintain a safe sport/activity session (2 hrs)
Unit 6:Organise and deliver a sports event or competition (4 hrs)
Unit 7:Pathways in sport and recreation (3 hrs).
The course is a practical based course and in 2013 students worked with local primary schools, Harding House and ran Sports Festival and House activities at AHS.
Enthusiasm and an interest in sport.
Sports Leaders are assessed in each of the above units, on attendance and are assessed by an internal moderator at the Festival Games and Bucks School Games.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Aylesbury High School directly.