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Sport BTEC Level 3 Diploma at Ifield Community College

Course description

Year 1:

  • Unit 1 - Principles of Anatomy & Physiology
  • Unit 2 - The Physiology of Fitness
  • Unit 3 - Assessing Risk in Sport
  • Unit 4 - Fitness Training and Programming
  • Unit 7 - Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise
  • Unit 11 - Sport Nutrition
  • Unit 17 - Psychology for Sports Performance

Year 2:

  • Unit 5 - Sports Coaching
  • Unit 12 - Current Issues in Sport
  • Unit 18 - Sports Injuries
  • Unit 22 - Rules, Regulations & Officiating in Sport
  • Unit 27 - Technical and Tactical Skills in Sport
  • Unit 28 - Athletes Lifestyle

Course content

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Human Biology, Leisure Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Level 2 in Community Sports Leadership, Level 3 Higher Sports Leadership

Entry requirements

To study a Level 3 subject the prospective student must have at least 5 GCSE A*-C grades including a C in English Language and Mathematics. There are some subject specific entry requirements, they are as follows:

  • Must take CSLA course and
  • Merit in a BTEC Level 2 in Sport or
  • C in GCSE PE (if studied)

Future opportunities

Suitable for anybody who wants a career connected with sport, e.g. Leisure Management, Physiotherapy, Sports Psychologist, Coaching and Teaching.

Further information

You will need to be prepared to do practical and classroom lessons. Being able to work hard on individual projects as well as being a good group worker is essential.
You must be prepared to help at some after college activities on occasions, for example assisting at lower college or officiating at athletics. Have a sport that you would like to specialise in.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Ifield Community College directly.

Last updated date: 11 October 2016

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