You study 15 modules over the two years, including:
• developing skills for learning
• the sports and exercise practitioner
• exercise physiology and anatomy
• introduction to improving sports performance
• fitness assessment and training 1
• biomechanical analysis
• sports injuries and rehabilitation
• coaching: theory to practice
• developing critical skills for learning
• work-based learning
• professional practical in sports coaching
• the rehabilitation process
Skills and assessment
The FdSc Sports Coaching, Fitness and Rehabilitation programme provides opportunities for students to achieve the learning outcomes using a range of different learning experiences. You will be able to develop your knowledge, skills and confidence in your capabilities throughout the two years. 25% of all learning will be work related and this includes a work based learning module in the second year. Where and when ever possible all learning will be based on practical scenarios and real life situations. Many of the modules in the second year will link into your work-based learning experience.
The module assessments have been designed to assist in the building of skills offering formative before summative assignments. There will be a schedule for each student that provides the opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge and skills.
Each application will be considered on an individual basis following the University principle of widening access to those who might not have the traditional academic entry criteria to degree level awards.
Normally the minimum requirement would be:
• a minimum of the equivalent of two years’ full-time relevant work experience and a current role in an appropriate workplace setting
• evidence of ability to study at academic Level 4
• evidence of support from their employer and recommendation;
• a minimum of one A-level at grade C plus the equivalent of 5 GCSE passes at C grade or above normally including Mathematics and English Language - or an equivalent vocationally related qualification such as NVQ 3 (to Merit grade) in a subject relevant to Sports Coaching, Fitness and Rehabilitation
• where applicable; IELTS normally minimum level 6.0 overall with a minimum of 6.0 in the reading and writing components.
• TOEFL minimum score of 550 paper-based or 213 computer-based or 80 internet-based
City of Oxford College will confirm that DBS check have been carried out where students are working with young people and vulnerable adults. It will be the responsibility of the student and their employer/ voluntary organisation to arrange DBS checks.
Having successfully completed the FdSc in Sports Coaching, Fitness and Rehabilitation, students will be eligible to apply to the top-up year and achieve a BSc in Sports Coaching, Fitness and Rehabilitation.
How to apply
You will need to apply via UCAS for this programme. The UCAS code is C613 for City of Oxford College. The Awarding Body is Oxford Brookes University/ institution code O66. All applicants are required to attend an interview before admission to the programme. See also www.brookes.ac.uk/acp
Home/EU Fee for 2017 entrance: £7,000 per year
As a new Oxford Brookes student, you will able to apply for halls of residence at the University. Once you have accepted an offer for the Foundation Degree Sports Coaching, Fitness and Rehabilitation from the college, you will be sent a confirmation letter. The accommodation letter, which contains a password that will enable you to apply online for halls of residence, will be sent out shortly after that. If you require a paper application form or further details, please contact the Accommodation Office on 01865 484660 or email email@example.com