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Course - BTEC First Diploma in Sport (Performance)

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  • Entry requirements
    4 GCSEs at grade D or above all in either English, Science, Maths and P.E. Alternative qualifications may also be accepted such as LOCN Sports Studies all units complete with 3 units at Level 2, or GNVQ Foundation merit. Applicants will be interviewed and diagnosed to assess their current abilities and needs. You will also need to display a keen interest and participation in sport.
  • Academic Title
    BTEC First Diploma in Sport (Performance)
  • Course description
    Duration of course:
    One Year, Daytime
    Start: September    Finish: July
     
    What does it include?
    -This course includes the following subject areas that cover both practical and theoretical aspects of sport science:
    -The body in Sport
    -Health, Safety and Injury
    -Practical Sport
    -Psychology for Sport Performance
    -Nutrition for Sport Performance
    -Fitness for Sport Performance

    You will be required to take part practically and develop presentation skills for a variety of assessment methods to make learning fun.

    Additional qualifications you will obtain within the course:
     
    First Aid
    YMCA Accredited Level 1 Fitness Instructor
    Key Skills in Numeracy and Communications
     
    Where does it lead?

    Possible progression is onto the Level 3 National Diploma courses in both Sport & Business or Sport & Exercise Science. The course also offers the students the opportunity to create links within the industry through the work-based project. This will help students who choose to progress into employment.

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