Ideal if: you would like an introduction to the basics of working in the sports industry, and want to develop the skills needed to progress to a Level 2 qualification.
You’ll learn: how to develop training programmes, teamwork, map reading and navigation, career planning and employability skills.
Expect: to develop your English and maths skills, as well as take part in work-related activities to enable progression on to Level 2.
You’ll love: our campus facilities and great range of sports teams – perfect for building your fitness and sports skills.
This course gives you the opportunity to learn about the basics of working in the sports industry.
You will develop a range of skills which can include:
- Developing a personal progression plan
- Being organised
- Planning and navigating a route
- Taking part in sport and fitness
Prepare yourself for an active career in a range of sectors including sport leadership, leisure and recreation and the fitness industry by enrolling yourself onto the Level 1 Sport and Public Service course. This course will put your fitness levels to the test, and at the same time you’ll learn all about physical fitness, team sports, safety factors relating to exercise, sports leadership and teamwork.
This is a great introductory course that will give you plenty of options and allow you to pursue your dream career.
As part of your studies, you’ll get the chance to improve on your English and maths skills that help you succeed in education, employment, lifelong learning and personal development. You will also have a Professional Development Coach that will help you improve your employability skills.
When you are required to undertake sporting activities, you’ll need to wear the correct sports kit and footwear. During the year, the tutors will organise trips and activities that are relevant to your course. There is a charge for these trips and activities and you will be expected to pay when you enrol for the course. Full details can be given by the tutor.
At Gloucestershire College we want students to develop their English and maths skills so that they achieve their learning goals and future career aims. For this reason all full-time students who have not achieved grade A* to C English language or maths GCSE will study these subjects as part of their course.
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