Accessibility links

Sports and Leisure - Study Programme at Learn4Work

Course description

Taking part in training tailored to suit your needs.

Working 24-30 hours over five days.

Completing relevant course work and qualifications.

Gaining skills in leading sports activities.

Improving your own fitness and motivation.

Having experience of real work placements.

Developing personal and social skills.

Improving your own functional skills including English, Maths and IT.

Course content

BTEC Diploma in Sport and Active Leisure.

1st4Sport Level 1 Award in the Principles of Coaching

City and Guilds- Functional Skills in Literacy

City and Guilds- Functional Skills in Mathematics

City and Guilds- Functional Skills in ICT

1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work

Entry requirements

A real interest in sports and leisure.

Willingness to learn.

Assessment

Completion of various qualifications which include course work and online tests.

Financial information

Maybe eligible for a discretionary bursary payment.

Future opportunities

The Study Programme gives you the confidence and skills to progress into a Traineeship, an Apprenticeship, secure a job or return to further education

Further information

This Programme is aimed at young people aged 16-19 who are looking for a step into employment by providing them with a number of sports specific qualifications.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Learn4Work directly.

Last updated date: 28 October 2015
Provider logo

Key information

Contact details

Venues