This course specialises in coaching, sports development and fitness. It is suitable for students who are aiming to go on to university and study a sports related degree; those looking to get into PE teaching, to gain employment within the Leisure and Recreation Industry including Leisure Centre Management, Sports Coaching, Fitness Instructor, Physiotherapy, Sports Science and Sports Retail; or those looking to enter the Uniformed Services.
The course gives students the skills, knowledge and confidence to work within this sector of the sport industry. Students are also encouraged to take additional sports qualifications such as Community Sport Leader Award and Sport Governing Body courses. Other qualifications include First Aid for Sports Coaches, Safeguarding qualifications, Lifeguarding, Personal Training and a variety of opportunities to lead or coach in the community with a range of age groups, through being a part of the leadership academy.
The BTEC Level 3 in Sport is available in 2 different forms:
- BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma (A Level Equivalent)
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma (3 x A Level Equivalent)
The BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport has five units:
- Principles of Anatomy
- Physiology of Fitness
- Fitness training and programming
- Fitness Testing
The BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport has fifteen units:
- Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport
- Fitness training and programming
- Professional development in the Sports Industry
- Application of Fitness Testing
- Sports Psychology
- Technical and Tactical Skills in Sport
- The Athlete’s Lifestyle
- Sports Injuries
- Analysis of Sports Performance
- Sport and Exercise Massage
- Practical Team Sports
- Development and Provision of Sport and Physical Activity
- Rules, Regulations and Officiating in Sport
- Organising Sports Events
- Sport as a Business
Method of Assessment
This courses are assessed through coursework (Extended Diploma) and some external assessment (Subsidiary Diploma). Throughout the year you will be set assignments, case studies, presentations, leaflets and projects across all topic areas and produce both individual and group work that will be graded at Pass, Merit, Distinction or Distinction*. Grades in all your topics will lead to an overall grade for the final qualification.
For more information on courses or Sport at Wyke please contact Mark Lucid Head of PE on 01482 346347 or email; email@example.com
Sport is a big part of everyday life at the College. We offer both competitive sports and recreational sports for students who simply wish to just stay fit and healthy.
The Sports teams train every Monday for two hours and compete in the British Colleges sports league and cups every Wednesday.
The teams available at Wyke Sixth Form College
6x Male Football
2x Female Football
2x Mixed Basketball
Recreational activities include
All students within the College are allowed and encouraged to take part.
This is not exclusive to PE students.
The PE & Sport Department at Wyke Sixth Form College
The department is made up of dedicated teachers and coaches. They all teach either BTEC Sport or A Level PE and also coach one of our many sports teams, who compete every Wednesday afternoon.
Each unit is assessed through coursework submissions ranging from role plays, reports, presentations, documentaries, practical performance and log books. Many of the assessments
take place off site in gyms, labs and sports fields.
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