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BTEC LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN SPORT (OUTDOOR ADVENTURE)
Course outline It will be a double award equivalent to 2 A levels and will take up two options over two full days each week. What will I learn through studying the course? During the course you will:
learn about all types of Outdoor and Adventurous activities and how they are organized;
be taught how to become fit enough to take part effectively and how to manage risks that are presented;
take part in many practical activities and lead other students as your skills grow;
go on expedition and plan any trips yourselves with tutor support. Practical activities offered over the two years may include:
Rock climbing Who would make a successful student for the course? You will enjoy spending extended periods of time outdoors and will enjoy working as part of a team to complete challenges. You will be self-motivated to complete written tasks according to deadlines in order that high quality portfolio work is submitted.
Course structure In order to complete the course, both mandatory and optional units must be completed. Each unit is worth either 5 or 10 credits, shown in brackets after each unit, and you must complete120 credits to gain the diploma.l3 Diploma in Sport Mandatory units account for 60 credit and are; 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport (5)5 3 2 The Physiology of Fitness (5)5 3 3 Assessing Risk in Sport (10) 4 Fitness Training and Programming (10) 10 3 13 Leadership in Sport (10) 10 3 29 Principles and Practices in Outdoor Adventure (10) 10 3 30 Equipment and Facilities for Outdoor and Adventurous Activities (10) Optional credits account for the remaining 60 credits and will be selected from; 12 Current Issues in Sport 10 3 18 Sports Injuries 10 3 23 Organising Sports Events 10 3 24 Physical Education and the Care of Children and Young People 10 3 25 Sport as a Business 10 3 26 Work Experience in Sport 10 310 3 31 Impact and Sustainability in Outdoor Adventure 10 3 32 Environmental Education for Outdoor Adventure 10 3 33 Skills for Land-based Outdoor and Adventurous Activities 10 3 34 Skills for Water-based Outdoor and Adventurous Activities 10 3 35 Leading Land-based Outdoor and Adventurous Activities 10 3 36 Leading Water-based Outdoor and Adventurous Activities 10 3 37 Outdoor and Adventurous Expeditions 10 3 38 Alternative Pursuits for Outdoor Adventure 10 3 39 Sports Facilities and Operational Management 10 3 42 Research Investigation in Sport and Exercise Sciences 10 4 44 Applied Sport and Exercise Physiology NB all optional units are worth 10 credits. For further information, please speak to Miss Baxter.