Sports Studies – Subsidiary Diploma


Course Level: BTEC Level 3
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Why study Sports Studies?

  • I have a keen and active interest in sport, but want to combine this with other subjects
  • I prefer a more practical approach, with continuous assessment rather than exams.

What does the course consist of?

  • Core units are:
    • Sport and exercise physiology
    • Anatomy for sport and exercise
    • Sports psychology

What does the course consist of?

  • Core units are:
    • Sport and exercise physiology
    • Anatomy for sport and exercise
    • Sport psychology
  • Optional units include topics such as:
    • Work experience
    • Current issues in sport
    • Sports injuries
    • The opportunity to take part in outdoor pursuit adventure days, with activities such as sailing, canoeing and kayaking.

How is this course assessed?

  • By continuous assessment. There are no exams.

What might this course lead on to?

  • Pathways into university to study Sports Science
  • Related careers such as Nursing, Paramedical, Occupational Therapy, HM Forces or the Sports and Leisure Industries.
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