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This course incorporates a range of physical activities, so you’ll need to be enthusiastic and willing to join in a variety of fitness, outdoor and sports pursuits, as well as complete classroom work.
Over the year you’ll engage with a range of different exercise challenges in order to improve your fitness. You’ll also develop work-related skills including team-building and work on identifying, researching and discussing a project area of your choice.
The programme enables you to become involved with assisting at a sport or active leisure event. In addition, you’ll study how the body works, how to manage your personal health at work and participate in many different sports.
GCSEs at mainly grade 2 or an entry level qualification.
On this course, you will study:
You will also study Functional Skills in English and Mathematics.
The course will be taught in the classroom and in practical sessions in the gym, studio, sports hall and outdoors. The majority of lessons which take place in the classroom will allow coursework to be completed.
The course is 100% coursework. In addition you will sit assessments during and at the end of the year in Functional Skills English Language and Mathematics.
You will need to bring your own sports kit every day.
To reapply to HSDC you will need to achieve in each unit and be supported by a suitable tutor report. You will then have the option to apply for the NCFE Level 2 Diploma in Sports Academy and Fitness or employment in the fitness and leisure industry
Excellent links with Havant and Portsmouth school sport co-ordinators mean you will plan, organise and run different sporting events during the year for children such as football tournaments, AquaSplash at Mountbatten Centre and Try Golf.
I’m really happy and pleased with my grades. I really loved my time at the college, I have also made lots of friends, it’s a really nice place to be, I don’t want to leave.Lauren Piper, A Level student
I would say it’s a college that really balances academia with fun, there is lots of extra-curricular stuff that you can get involved in. It has a really good work/life balance.Laura Hagedorn, A Level student
My courses were all especially interesting, I thoroughly enjoyed all of them. All of my lecturers were extremely knowledgeable and I have learnt a lot from them.Lottie Warren, A Level student