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The course is for individuals who are looking for an apprenticeship which combines both the management and delivery of sport activities which increase participation and engagement with their community. The apprenticeship will enable an existing coach to develop skills in the provision of community based sport and health activities and events.
The apprenticeship will cover a range of knowedge and skills units which include:
Click here to view the Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education Standard for this course.
This apprenticeship will be assessed through an End Point Assessment (EPA), which consists of:
During the apprenticeship, learners will be visited regularly by a qualified assessor to check progression and ensure they are bulding evidence towards their EPA. Weekly training takes place on-line.
Successful completion of the apprenticeship could lead to the Level 5 Apprenticeship for Operational/Departmental Manager.
|Course Title||Community Sport and Health Officer Apprenticeship Level 3|
|Attendance Requirements||You will be supported and assessed in the workplace, and will engage in weekly training and support sessions on-line.|
This course has taught me a lot of useful skills like being organised to help prioritise my workload and meet deadlines and communicating effectively which is essential when coaching sports.
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