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Subsidiary Diploma in Sport at Nicholas Chamberlaine School

Course description

Students who have an active interest in sport and who wish to achieve an academic qualification.

Course content

The course in made up of a number of units and looks at a variety of different areas of sport including;

- Anatomy and exercise physiology
- Fitness principles including fitness tests and designing training programmes.
- Injuries within sport and sports massage
- Sports psychology
- Risk assessment in sport
- Sports development and issues in sport

The course is delivered in a practical manner with assessments ranging from written reports, portfolios and posters to verbal assessments, presentations and practical assessment.



100% Coursework via written assignments.



Future opportunities

On completion of the BTEC Subsidiary Diploma, students will hold the equivalent of 1 A2 Level qualification and have the opportunity to progress onto higher education, work or additional vocational qualifications.

There is also the option to progress onto vocational qualifications with this qualification preparing students to work within the fitness industry.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Nicholas Chamberlaine School directly.

Last updated date: 13 November 2014
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 2 years