Sport (Performance & Excellence) BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma at Coulsdon Sixth Form College
This stimulating and challenging vocational course is for students who intend to study for a degree or follow a career in Sport and Recreation.What goes well with this course?
Students can combine it with one A Level or BTEC subjects: for example, A Level courses in Computing, Media Studies, English, Psychology or Sociology.
Students will explore topics such as the Anatomy & Physiology of Fitness, Sports Leadership, Psychology of Sport and Coaching for Performance.
Learning is largely theory based, linking the subject areas to current and relevant practical sporting settings. Students will acquire knowledge via staff, individual and group research, visiting speakers, assessing elite performers and personal experience.
Students wishing to do BTEC Level 3 courses, need to have (or expect to achieve) at least four GCSE passes at Grade 4 or above with English and Mathematics at 3 or better (and a satisfactory school reference) in order to be accepted on a BTEC Level 3 Programme.
Practical sporting ability is required.
Students should be willing to take part in practical activities and be able to work with others.
The course is assessed through coursework, assignments, presentations and practical assessments.
The exam board for this course is Pearson BTEC.
Studying Sport at Coulsdon could lead to:
- A degree in Sports Studies, Sports Therapy, Sports Science, Exercise Science, Sports Management or Sports Coaching and PE teaching
- Careers within the Fitness Training Industry, Leisure Centres, Sports Development and Coaching are also popular
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Coulsdon Sixth Form College directly.