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Higher Sports Leadership Award Sports Leaders UK Level 3 at Ifield Community College

Course description

  • Unit 1 – Introduction to Higher Sports Leadership
  • Unit 2 – Sports Leadership in the Community
  • Unit 3 – Principles and Practice for Children in Sport
  • Unit 4 – Principles and Practice for Older People in Sport
  • Unit 5 – Principles and Practice for People with a Disability in Sport
  • Unit 6 – Understanding Fitness and Health in Sport
  • Unit 7 – Dealing with First Aid and Emergency Situations in Sport
  • Unit 8 – Demonstration of Higher Sports Leadership Skills
  • Unit 9 – Organising and Running a Sports Event

Course content

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Sport (coaching), Travel & Tourism (organising events), Leisure Studies (organising recreational events), Health & Social Care (working with people of all ages and abilities).

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)

Financial information

£2 to buy a whistle & lanyard. Students must be aware this is a practical AND theory based lesson and must come prepared for both. £8 for sports leaders t-shirt (which will be personalised to you!)

Future opportunities

This course is designed to aid people wishing to get involved in managing, coaching or teaching, but also provides great evidence for universities.

Further information

You will also be expected to do a minimum of 1 hour per week of community service in the PE department.

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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