Sport Development and Coaching: BTEC National Extended Diploma in Sport at The Oakes College Cambridge (at The Netherhall School)
This qualification is particularly appropriate for learners who are interested in progressing to a career in sport coaching and physical activity development, either directly or through higher education and is equivalent to three A-levels. The course content covers a range of different topics relevant to sport in the 21st Century. The course will develop knowledge in traditional aspects for sport such as anatomy, physiology, coaching and leadership, as well as a range of topics tailored to a student's specific interests and desired sporting pathway.
11 COMPULSORY UNITS (77%)
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being
- Professional Development in the Sports Industry
- Sports Leadership
- Sports Psychology
- Coaching for Performance
- Sport Event Organisation
- Development and Provision of Sports and Physical Activity
- Coaching and Leading for Participation
- Provision of Sport for People with Physical and Learning Disability
- Physical Education and the Care of Young People
4 OPTIONAL UNITS (23%) from:
- Application of Fitness Testing
- Practical Sports Performance
- Exercise and Circuit Based Physical Activity
- Work Experience in Active Leisure
- Rules, Regulation and Officiating in Sport
Students will complete 11 compulsory units that are worth 77% of the total course content. A further four optional units from the five listed will also be studied
The minimum requirement is 5 GCSE or equivalent passes at grades 9-4 or A*-C in an appropriate range of subjects including Maths and English at grade 4 or above.
The College will accept one BTEC at Merit level as one GCSE
- 11 Compulsory Units - 77% of course content (including 3 externally assessed units)
- 4 Optional Units - 23% of course content
This qualification is particularly appropriate for learners who are interested in progressing to a career in sport and physical activity development, either directly or through higher education, studying a range of courses at university.
Contact: Mr A Schofield for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Evening: 17 October 2017
Application Deadline: 10 January 2018
How to apply
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