Depending on the level you choose, you'll be covering things like:
- Healthy living
- Taking part in sport
- Sports injuries
- Components and function of the body
- Getting people with disabilities involved in sport
- Business in the sport and leisure industry
- Sport facility operation
- Plan, deliver and evaluate sport and leisure activities
- Safeguarding and protecting children and young people in sport and active leisure
- Operation management in sport and leisure facilities.
You'll learn with your college/training provider - maybe through practical sessions, group discussions or assignments.
You'll be assessed on assignments.
Which Level is right for me?
You're just starting out in sport and leisure - you might still be at school, starting on a young apprenticeship or are just interested in learning more about the Sport & Active Leisure sector. You want a good basic understanding of sport and leisure - enough to succeed in a career within the Sport and Active Leisure sector or move on to further study.
You may have some knowledge and basic skills in sport and leisure - perhaps from a Level 1 qualification or a role where you work under supervision. You might be taking an apprenticeship. You want to increase your skills and take on more responsibility.
You've may have worked in sport and leisure for some time or already have a Level 2 qualification. Your work might involve supervising others or managing resources. You want to develop your skills further, perhaps to move into a management role. You might be taking an advanced apprenticeship.