NCFE Level 2 Diploma in Sport

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Course Specifics

Category:
Sport
Level:
Level 2
Audience:
16-18 School Leavers
Attendance:
Full-time
Duration:
1 year
Interview Required:
Yes
Starts:
Continuous
Age 16-18 Cost:
No cost
Age 19 or Over:
731.6637
Funding Assisted:
Yes dependant on your circumstances
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Course overview

You will study a range of mandatory and optional units which are coordinated to enable exit points and achievement. The units may include subjects such as:

  • Participating in Sport
  • Sports Coaching
  • Plan, Deliver and Evaluate Coaching
  • Plan and Run an Event
  • Develop Skills and Tactics
  • Lifestyle of a Performer
  • Sports Volunteering

Who is this course for?

The level 2 NCFE programme is designed for people who wish to work in sport and wish to gain a level 2 Diploma. The full programme will take one academic year and the study programme will contain English and/or maths qualifications (GCSE in the subject you achieved a D in).

Entry qualifications

4 GCSEs at grade D/3 or above with one being in either English language or maths or a relevant Level 1 qualification.

What other experience will I gain?

You will gain invaluable experience of being taught by our industry experts who will design your lessons and assessments to reflect the level and the requirements of the sector. You will get many opportunities to take part in projects, volunteering and charity work. You will develop your independent and professional skills required to progress onto a level 3 programme.

Where will this lead?

The course will lead you into a variety of pathways. Either a BTEC Level 3 90 Credit/ Extended Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science (Sports Therapist, Physiotherapist, Sport and Exercise Scientist) OR a BTEC Level 3 90 Credit/ Extended Diploma in Sport, Development and Coaching (Sports Coach/Leader, Community Development Officer, Leisure Centre Assistant / Leader, PE Teacher)

What are my career options?

What Ofsted say

Teaching and learning is good with a significant proportion being outstanding. (Ofsted 2013)

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