Course Type / Attendance


Full Time

Subject Area


Sport and Public Services

Start Date


September

Course Length


1 Year

Location


Bede

Department


16-18 Year Olds

Qualification


BTEC

Course Level


1

Home / Course / Level 1 Introductory Certificate in Sport and Public Services

Who is this course for?

This is a course which allows quick progression to a level two course. You will complete the course by July and if you pass you can then progress to level two in September. The qualification is designed to give you the skills you need to progress to further study in sport or public services.

What do you need to apply for the course?

There is no minimum grade boundary for the course, however it is important to have a keen interest in either sport or public services.

What are the key things you'll learn?

You will learn about generic skills needed for employment e.g. working with others and being organised. You will also learn about more subject specific topics such as; coaching skills in sport, how exercise effects the body and running a sport or public services event.

How you will learn

This is a skills based course and much of the learning and assessment will be practical and skill based. There will also be theory based classroom activities and some written assessment.

Where could this course take you?

A pass grade at the end of the course will gain you progression onto a choice of the sport or public services at level 2.

What costs will you incur?

Course expenditure will be minimal, you will be expected to be prepared for lessons with correct stationary e.g. pens, pencils and paper. You will also have the option to purchase college branded sports kit at a reduced price.

Previous Student Experience

"I learned many things on the level 1 course which are helping me at level 2. I learned how to coach and improve skills in sport, I learned how the body changes during exercise and how to improve my fitness through training. The course is very practical and we used to put most things we learned into practice."

Sam Pope, Level 2 Sport student.