Sports

Sports

Sports Overview

Whatever your speciality, these study programmes will provide the experience you need for an active and rewarding career in the world of sport, where there are many opportunities available.

Throughout the course you’ll benefit from visits to various sporting venues to gain a real insight into how these organisations work and how they meet the needs of their customers.

Available Sports courses

Level 2 Diploma in Health, Fitness and Exercise Instruction (YMCA Awards)

You are required to complete 16 units over the year long programme, covering a range of theory and practical elements. You will study Anatomy and Physiology, Health and Safety, Customer Service, Supporting Clients, Nutrition, Principles of Exercise, Fitness and Health, Understanding...

Level 2 Diploma in Sport (Cambridge Technicals)

Students are required to complete the following 7 units over the college year: These units are Fitness Testing and Training, Practical Sport, Anatomy and Physiology, Injury in Sport, Planning and Leading Sports Activities, Exercise and Fitness Instruction, Planning and Running a...

Level 3 90 Credit Diploma in Sport (BTEC) (For students aged 16-17)

You are required to complete 10 units.You will study theory based units in terms of Organising Sports Events, Sports Nutrition, Physiology of Fitness, as well as practical units in terms of Fitness Testing and Training and Practical Team Sport. There...

Level 3 90 Credit Diploma in Sport (BTEC) (For students aged 18+)

You are required to complete 10 units. You will study theory and practical based units such as Sports Nutrition, Physiology of Fitness, Fitness Testing and Training and Current Issues in Sport. There are also units in Assessing Risks and Practical Sports...

Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport (BTEC)

You are required to complete 10 units. You will study theory and practical based units including Sports Development, Sport Psychology, Practical Individual and Team Sports, Sports Injuries, Analysis of Sports Performance, and Exercise for Specific Groups.You should expect to be...