The course deals with the scientific themes and concepts of sport and exercise science and aims to provide studies in sport which are directly related to the changing needs of employers in specific areas of the sport science industry.
Successful interview and satisfactory reference. Co-curricular activities?
Study is through a mixture of theory and practical activities in which all students must participate. The department runs an extensive co-curricular programme enabling students to widen their interests and get involved in many sports. By the end of the two years you will have studied the anatomy and physiology of movement where you will learn about the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular and respiratory systems, various training methods and fitness testing.
Limited Places, so early application is advised. This has included physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports related journalism, footwear design, PE teaching, Sports Science, working with elite athletes, sports marketing, sports technology, leisure management, sports coaching and sports related law.
BTEC is more vocational in approach, and is ideal for students more adept at continuous assessment coursework. In preparation for the first year of this course, please take a look at our Starting with Confidence leaflet, which will give you a head start when you begin the course in September.
The College also welcomes talks by guests speakers from across the industry.
The PE department has also enjoyed a recent trip to New York to experience commercialization in sport as well as visiting American Universities and watching a professional Ice Hockey match, all whilst taking in the iconic sights of New York.
Early application is advisable as this course is popular For further information please contact Jade Easton on or email: This email address is being protected from spambots.
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