10 lessons per week to complete this course.
Potential modules depending on group/ cohort profile:
Unit 1 Anatomy and Physiology exam
Unit 2 Fitness training and programming for health, sport and wellbeing- see extended above- external synopsis
Unit 3 Professional development in the sports industry- see extended above- internally assessed (assignments)
Unit 4 Sports Leadership- Internally assessed (assignments)
Unit 7 Practical sports performance- see extended above- internally assessed (assignments)
Unit 17 Sports Injury Management- Internally assessed (assignments)
Unit 22 Investigating Business in the Sport and Active Leisure Industry- External synopsis
Unit 23 Skill Acquisition in Sport- Internally assessed (assignments)
Unit 25 Rules, Regulations and Officiating in Sport- Internally assessed (assignments)
You will complete 9 different units. 6 units are mandatory and 3 optional. 3 units will be externally assessed. There is 1 exam unit and 2 synoptic units.
Unit Topics/ Assessment Procedures Content
1. Sports Leadership Role, skills and qualities of a leader. Psychological factors and leadership. Different leadership styles.
17. Sports Injury Management Common sports injuries physiological and psychological, treatment and rehabilitation methods, Investigating risk factors and prevention strategies
22. investigating Business in the Sport and Active Leisure Industry
Business operations, provisions of sports facilities. Business models in sport and active leisure. Resource management and marketing. Finance in the sports industry. Trends in the sports industry.
23. Skill Acquisition in Sport
Nature of skilled performance, classification of skills. Information processing. Theories of teaching and learning in sport. Carry out teaching and learning strategies for sports skills.
25. Rules, Regulations and Officiating in Sport Roles and responsibilities of officials in sport. Performance of the officials in sport. Undertake the role of an official and review performance.
Personal Study Time
BTEC Level 3 students are expected to devote as much time outside the classroom to their studies as in lessons. You will be given significant amounts of homework on a regular weekly basis. The nature of this work will depend on the topic being studied but will always be given in order to reinforce the work covered in class and will often form the basis of assignment work.
Minimum Requirements: At least five 4 grades at GCSE and grade 4 in Mathematics and either English (Language or Literature)
Recommended Level of Attainment BTEC Sport Level 3: At least a grade 5 or Merit in GCSE PE or BTEC Sport Level 2. A grade 4 and above in English is essential and a grade 5 in science would be desirable for this course.