You will learn through participation in both practical and classroom delivery methods across a wide range of modules including; principles and applied sports coaching, managing sports development, anatomy and physiology, training and fitness, psychology, biomechanics and nutrition (subject to change).
As part of the programme, you will also have the opportunity to apply your knowledge through work-placements of your choice and complete a research project in the study of football in relation to one of the key topic areas.
If you do not have a recognised disability or specific learning difficulty, but feel that you require additional support with your studies, you may be eligible to access some discrete sessions in one of the following areas:
• assistive software training
• IT upskilling
• essay planning and structure
• proof reading and editing written work
• bibliographies and referencing
• time management and personal organisation
• revision and exam tips
• presentation techniques
N.B. Your eligibility for any of the above support will be reviewed with your course tutors and a member of the study support team on your campus.
Skills and assessment
The units are delivered through a variety of techniques to suit different learning styles. You will be taught by experienced football and sports specialists, with high level knowledge of the field and working in applied contexts with players and teams. Your studies will be closely supported by tutorial support by both teaching staff and dedicated study support networks.
The assessments you undergo will be across a variety of different methods to suit all learning types, including; essays, case studies, practical coaching sessions and presentations. You will also have opportunities for valuable formative assessment to provide feedback on progress towards the learning outcomes and your progression.
Entry requirements are BTEC Level 3 in a sport related subject/A-levels or equivalent Sports related qualifications.
On successful completion you have the option to top-up to the BSc (Hons) in Sports Coaching, Fitness and Rehabilitation at City of Oxford College (accredited by Oxford Brookes University), other related BSc top-up degrees or enter sports related employment.
How to apply
Applicants should apply via UCAS. Please log on to: www.ucas.ac.uk
UCAS code: CC61
Institution code: O25
Home/EU Fee for 2017 entrance: £6,000 per year.