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Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Delivering Physical Education in Schools at Henley College Coventry

Course description

An apprenticeship enables you to learn on the job and get paid while studying for a qualification. An Apprentice has employed status, however, if you do not have a job then we will help you find one.

You will study:

  • Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults
  • Schools as organisations
  • Understanding child and young person development
  • Understanding how to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people
  • Support assessment for learning
  • Plan a physical education and school sport programme
  • Deliver a physical education and school sport programme
  • Review the delivery of a physical education and school sport programme
  • Organise and lead a sports event or competition
  • Preparing for the mentoring role
  • Supporting gifted and talented learners
  • Facilitate community-based sport and physical activity
    Active IQ Level 3 Award in Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and Learning
  • Understanding Employment Rights and Responsibilities
  • Understanding the Employing Organisation
  • Understanding the Active Leisure and Learning Sector
  • Functional skills English and Maths -Functional Skills are the practical skills in English, Maths that enable confidence, effectiveness and independence both at work and in everyday life.

Assessments take place in the workplace with a portfolio of evidence of knowledge and competence in performing a range of tasks built up over a period of several months.

You can progress to an Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Sports Development.

Entry requirements

Minimum GCSE Grade C in Maths & English or Level 2 Functional skills in Literacy and Numeracy plus a successful interview and possible voluntary placement with a host organisation.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Henley College Coventry directly.

Last updated date: 30 October 2017