• Understand child and young person development
• Support assessment for learning
• Plan, deliver and review a physical education and school sports programme
• Organise and lead a sports event or competition
• Support gifted and talented learners
• Facilitate community-based sport and physical activity
You will develop a wide range of skills that will benefit you in a career in sport coaching.
These will include:
- Working with special populations.
You will be assessed via a combination of an apprenticeship showcase, practical observation and a professional discussion.
The practical elements of this apprenticeship will be undertaken at your workplace. The study part of this apprenticeship will be carried out at Park Lane Campus.
Individual employers will identify entry requirements in terms of previous qualifications, training or other criteria. Most candidates will have Level 2 Maths and English (equivalent to GCSE grade 4/5 or C or above), ideally as part of 5 GCSE A-C grades or other comparable qualifications.
Apprentices without English or Maths at Level 2 must achieve this prior to the completion of the apprenticeship.
To work with children (under 18) or vulnerable adults students you will need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) application. The college will organise this for you, but you will have to pay. The estimated cost of the check is £44. Full details regarding payment and documents required will be provided prior to enrolment.
There is the opportunity to be involved in the Colleges Sports Academies and there will be a number of residential trips taking place throughout the year.
After successful completion of this apprenticeship you could seek full employment with your workplace or in the sector.