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Sports Coaching, Education and Development

Lincoln College

UCAS Code: C654 | Foundation Degree in Science - FdSc

Entry requirements


GCSE/National 4/National 5

GCSE English and Maths at Grade C/4 or above (Level 2 Functional Skills is not taken as an equivalent)

UCAS Tariff

64

A minimum of 64 UCAS Tariff points from the following: BTEC National (Diploma or Extended Diploma) in a relevant subject GCE A and AS Levels with at least one subject at A Level Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher with at least one subject at Advanced Higher T Levels. For mature applicants some experience may be taken in lieu of qualifications that carry UCAS Tariff points. NARIC confirmed equivalent of 64 UCAS Tariff points

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2022

A highly vocational Higher Education programme designed to prepare learners for a career relating to sports coaching, teaching and sports development.
Alongside the vocational elements of the programme the learners also study a range of underpinning theories that facilitate their development.

Modules

Typical Course Structure
Year 1
Foundations of Sports Coaching
Introduction to Sport Development
Principles
Sports Development in School Sport
Introduction to Learning
Core Principles in Sport and Exercise
Research and Study Skills
Year 2
Advanced Principles of Sports Coaching
Contemporary Issues in Sport
Sports Development in Practice
Principles of Teaching in Practice
Maximising Sports Performance
Research Project

Assessment methods

Practical assessments
Written examinations
Coursework portfolios
Written assessments

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

England
£6,999
per year
International
£9,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,999
per year
Scotland
£6,999
per year
Wales
£6,999
per year

Extra funding

Additional compulsory course costs will be paid for using the Career Degree Bursary. The scheme allows students to access the remainder of the bursary (up to a maximum value of £500 / £250) for additional optional courses, workshops, professional memberships and resources. There is no cash alternative. Students who wish to access opportunities in excess of the Career Degree Bursary may do so at full cost to themselves.
Please see the full ‘HE Terms and Conditions’ for details of additional library and printing costs associated with this programme

The Uni


Course location:

Lincoln College

Department:

School of Sport, HE and the Arts

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