|Mode of study||HE Full-time|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||16 September 2019 Please note that day of week is just an indication at this stage and could be subject to change|
|Tuition Fee||£5,940 Tuition fees stated are the annual cost|
|Course code||FLR4FSS001 (1921)|
This course is for anyone who is interested in working in the sports and leisure industry at a high level and is particularly related to areas such as Coaching and P.E. teaching. This Foundation degree is delivered 2 days a week under a franchise arrangement with Staffordshire University who will offer progression into Year 3 of applicable degree programmes to students who perform at an appropriate level. You may also opt to top up to a full degree at university or go directly into employment.
This course is awarded by Staffordshire University. You must have obtained a UCAS score of at least 48 points* in a subject appropriate to the course. This may include the Edexcel Level 3 (Extended)/Diploma in Sport or Health Studies, A Levels in PE or Biology, or other vocationally relevant qualifications.
Accreditation may be given for prior learning or relevant work experience for mature learners. Entry requirements include GCSEs for English and Maths at grade C(4) or above however equivalent qualifications and/or work experience will be taken into consideration. Applicants without GCSEs will be required to complete initial assessments and may wish to consider the part-time GCSE courses that the College offers both during the evening and daytime.
International Students: You will need to have reached a certain standard of speaking English. Please see our ESOL course.
(* subject to review and interview)
The course has been designed to meet the needs of the local and regional leisure industries and provides underpinning knowledge, application and practical experience for progression into each of these areas: Sports Coaching and Development, PE Teaching, Sport Science and related fields. The course is continually assessed through assignments which can be practical assessments, phase tests, portfolios or written and researched tasks and will include working skills necessary for future employment. Units include: Sports Coaching, Physical Education, Sport Psychology, Work Placement, Nutrition and Biomechanics and Research Skills.
Your work will be continually assessed. The assessment will depend upon the particular module being studied. Typical assessment methods include assignments, developing portfolios, live analysis, examinations and presentations. Please refer to the Course Specification for information on assessment for this particular course.
Course fees are set by the University. There are some minor additional costs attached to the course, please contact the tutor for information. If you are experiencing financial difficulty, you should approach Student Services for assistance. Students must be prepared to supply all of their personal sports and outdoor clothing and equipment.
This University course requires you to respond to the very challenging physical and mental demands of undergraduate study. You should be prepared to be flexible, adaptable and capable of managing your time productively and effectively throughout the course. You will be subject to the University regulations and expected to attend all sessions punctually, participate fully in all activities and complete on time, all elements of the programme. There is a considerable amount of individual research, revision and learning required in addition to lecturing hours. You will be required to attend college for two days per week - Monday and Wednesday in the first year.
To join this course you will first have to register with UCAS at www.ucas.com and then apply through UCAS. (Choose: Sign In–Students–Undergraduate–Apply–Register and follow the instructions.) You will then receive a confirmation email from UCAS and the College will be in contact with an interview date. Current Shrewsbury Colleges Group students should seek support from their tutor before applying.