Multi Sport, Coaching and Leadership (Sport) with NGB'sPrint Page
|Qualification type:||Diploma and Sub Diploma|
|Start date||September 2018|
|Duration||1 or 2 years (discussed at interview)|
This new and dynamic study programme provides students with the opportunity to acquire substantial knowledge and vocational expertise for the sport coaching and exercise industry. It is composed of a main qualification, the new Sub Diploma in Sport Coaching and Leadership (Coaching Multi-Sports) which is delivered alongside a range of industry-recognised awards and qualifications from the National Governing Bodies (NGB’s) relevant to the profession.
Practical units will assess the traits required for coaching and leadership across a range of sports. Units such as Instructing Coaching for performance, Practical Sport Performance and Professional Development in Sports Industry will enable you to apply your knowledge to the sport coaching industry. Theoretical units will provide the scientific and technical knowledge required to succeed in coaching and leadership, whilst enabling students to progress to Higher Education pathways.
The Sport Coaching and Fitness Industry can be an extremely rewarding environment to work in. Career opportunities are diverse; ranging from working in sport coaching clubs, sporting academies and fitness centres. Some careers will require further study at Higher Education level, for example teaching or centre management. Hence, this programme offers a maximum of 112 UCAS points (depending on performance) to enable progression to Higher Education.
This programme does not require students to be experienced in Sport coaching and Fitness activities upon entry. Full coaching and training will be provided throughout the course. However it is vital that all students are fully aware of the environmental conditions that can be experienced in the UK, and are prepared to accept them as part of their learning. Students must be able to participate fully in all practical sessions to meet the statement of physical competence published by some NGB’s.
Applicants must hold 4 GCSE’s between grades 4-9. These must include English or Maths
You will be required to attend an interview for all college courses and we will request a report from your previous school, college and/or employer. Prior experience of a coaching activity is advised, but not essential as full training will be given.
This programme contains substantial practical elements supported by more theoretic units which allow reflection and application of experience. Seminars, practical sessions and research sessions will develop autonomy and encourage ownership of personal development. You will eventually lead groups both, within the college and externally, in preparation for employment or further training.
Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Sport (Coaching Multi-Sports). Units may be subject to change.
- · Anatomy and Physiology
- · Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being
- · Professional Development in the Sports Industry
- · Application of Fitness Testing
- · Practical Sports Performance
- · Coaching for Performance
- · Sports Injury Management
- · Investigating Business in Sport and the Active Leisure Industry
- · Skill Acquisition in Sport
National Governing Body awards, which may include:
o Level 1 coaching award in instructing Volleyball
o Level 1 Coaching award in instructing Basketball
o Level 1 Coaching award in instructing badminton
• Active IQ
o Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instruction (GYM)
o Level 2 award in Instructing Circuit Training
• Emergency First Aid
A combination of internally and externally assessed units. Three of the mandatory units are assessed externally, one via an examination and two via set-tasks. Internally assessed units will use formative and summative methods including written reports, presentations, posters/leaflets, video production and practical assessments.
Section Uniform (approximately £70).
NOTE: Some National Governing Body registration and course fees are not included in the programme, and membership of NGB’s will be mandatory in some instances. This will be encouraged as part of professional practice in the industry. These may vary. See contact below for further information.
Employment: The study programme comprises a substantial degree of practical vocational experience through internal training, external partnerships and work-experience. Students have the opportunity to access a broad range of National Governing Body Qualifications (some at their own cost) throughout the programme. Links with employers and training providers will guide this. As a consequence, many past students have progressed directly into the industry as sport coaches working with professional bodies such as Middlesbrough Football Club, Darlington College or Further Education and Martin Gray Football Academy.
Higher Education: This programme provides students with UCAS points; the key to entering University courses. Many Foundation Degrees are also offered at local colleges, and provide a more gradual and vocationally orientated progression route. Typical progression routes include:
• BSc Sport & Exercise (Coaching)
• BSc Sport and Applied Exercise Sciences
• BSc Sports Therapy
• FdSc Sport Coaching and Exercise
• FdSc Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Here at the college we have outstanding support. Our support staff are dedicated to providing you with all the help and guidance you may need throughout your college journey.
You might need help and advice on a wide range of issues such as childcare, counselling and additional learning support. For more information on any aspect of student support contact the Course and Information Team, who will direct your call to the appropriate member of the college support team, call: 01325 503030.
If you have any questions about this course, send us a message using the form below.