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BTEC Sport Level 3 Diploma at Stationers Crown Woods Academy

Course description

The sort of student who is excellent at playing and leading sport as well as applying theory into real-world situations.

Course content

An established and successful course that puts theory into practice. Students learn about a range of topics used in the sports industry, from anatomy and physiology to coaching and leadership. All work is submitted as coursework and learning is delivered in a vocational setting to prepare students for future careers. Students complete a total of 13 units of work in order to gain their National Certificate at Pass, Merit or Distinction level.

“At school I was never one for exams and because BTEC is purely an assignment based subject I could really show what I was capable of. The course is a mixture of theory and practical sessions. It has given me the skills and experience to help me go on to study sport and university.” Year 13 BTEC Sport student.

Entry requirements

A minimum grade C in PE GCSE or a Merit in BTEC Sport (First) Diploma.


Coursework based.

Future opportunities

Outdoors Instructor, Physiotherapist, Gym Instructor, Lifeguard, Sports Writer, PE Teacher, Personal Trainer, Events Manager, Sports Coach, Professional Athlete, Sports Equipment Designer, Sports Official, Sport Development Officer for Clubs or Schools, Youth Worker, Leisure Centre Manager.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Stationers Crown Woods Academy directly.

Last updated date: 16 June 2015

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 - 2 Years