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Step 2 in Sport & Public Services at MidKent College

Course description

This course is for those who wish to learn general job skills while also gaining a basic understanding of the sport and fitness industry.You will spend two days a week on a City & Guilds employability and personal development programme, and a further two studying your chosen vocational subject.By the end of the course you should have a much clearer idea of what it takes to gain employment in this rewarding sector.

Entry requirements

Four GCSEs at grade F or above including English or maths at grade 2 or above.

Future opportunities

The aim of this course is to enable all students to progress to level 2, subject to entry criteria. It will also provide the basic job skills required to help those seeking employment for the first time.

Further information

> You will learn through a range of activities including practical and theory lessons, case studies and group work> Your progress will be monitored throughout the course to ensure support is there for you when you need it> This is a study programme which includes English, maths and work experience in addition to your main programme

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 08 November 2017
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    • Set in the Oakwood Park complex, MidKent College's Maidstone Campus provides a pleasant learning environment for students. The site houses a range of quality workshops – including those for Bricklaying, Carpentry, Motor Vehicle and Welding – as well as a large learning resource centre, refectory and welcoming social zone.

      In 2012 major redevelopment work costing a total of £25 million started at the Maidstone Campus, with new state-of-the-art facilities expected to be open by December 2013.

      As part of the rebuild MidKent College has purchased the University for the Creative Arts' Maidstone campus, which is also based at Oakwood Park and now houses the majority of the College's higher education courses.