The NC Sport and Fitness is an exciting course that will help to develop your knowledge and understanding of current practices within sport and fitness. You will be involved in planning, delivering and evaluating sport and fitness actvity sessions.
You should demonstrate active involvement in sport or fitness (for example; participation in playing/coaching/officiating with a sport based club and/or fitness, participating/instructing within an exercise/fitness based group) by providing a written reference that supports your application from a relevant individual or organisation such as a PE teacher, club coach or fitness club.
Applicants should have a core skills profile in the following three competencies at a minimum of SCQF Level 4 (Communication, ICT and Numeracy) and attend an interview. Students must also be accepted as a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme member through the college system. Placements cannot be started without this.
Applicants must also have four SCQF Level 4 passes or equivalent in relevant subject areas (such as Physical Education, Biology/Human Anatomy).
Those who are returning to learning and who bring relevant life experience will also be considered. They will be required to write a brief written assignment prior to being offered a place on the course.
Your practical study may include officiating and organising sports such as football, basketball and volleyball as well as participating in these sports.
This course offers a well-balanced combination of practical activity alongside the academic study of sport and fitness and core skills development.
Face to face teaching; practical hands on
Most full-time students will have their fees paid.
Students on part-time courses may also be eligible to have their course fees waived.
This course leads to NQ Sport and Fitness or NQ Outdoor Adventure.
Jobs might include a leisure attendant, leisure centre attendant, sports club attendant, fitness/gym attendant, sports development assistant.
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We are no longer accepting applications for 2017/18
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