Community Sports Leaders Award at Framwellgate School
Why Study the Community Sports Leaders Award (Level 2)?
This award has a clear focus on developing the skills required to be an outstanding sports leader. Students work with young people in a range of sporting environments to build their confidence of leading in a variety of contexts. Studying the CSLA enables students to improve the skills of communication, teamwork and leadership. In addition, students will have the opportunity to complete a nationally recognised first aid award.
Features of the Course:
The course features many practical units aimed at providing the opportunity for young leaders to develop their skills in a practical environment. Leaders must complete a minimum of ten voluntary hours of leading young people. Leaders keep a log book of their assessments which help form part of the final assessment .
Leaders who complete the CSLA are able to progress and further develop their skills in different situations on the HSLA course.
Modules covered in Year 12:
Unit 1: Contribute to organising and delivering a sports activity session
Unit 2 : Establish and maintain a safe sporting activity
Unit 3: Understand the structure of sport and recreation at local, regional and national level
Unit 4: Understand and lead fitness sessions
Unit 5: Demonstrate principles and practice in running sporting events and competitions.
Unit 6: Demonstrate principles and practice in adapting sports activities
Unit 7: Plana series of appropriate sporting activities
Unit 8: Demonstrate leadership skills in the community
Assessment in Year 12:
In order to enroll on sixth form courses, applicants will need to have achieved:
- 5 A* to C Grades in separate subjects and in addition
- Must be 16 years old
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Framwellgate School directly.