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  • 1. John has decided to be assessed as an official infootball. State and describe three ways in which Johncould be effective as a football official. (6 marks)Award up to six marks for correctly stating and describing ways in which he could be effective as a football official.Examples include: Having a thorough working knowledge of the rules and applying these consistently Working well under pressure to make and enforce decisions despite disagreement from players and supporters Thinking and reacting quickly to make and apply decisions immediately Having good observation skills to ensure they are aware of what is happening at all times Having a good level of physical fitness to keep up with play across the pitch Having good communication skills to make himself understood by all players and officials.Accept the above plus any other suitable examples.
  • 2. What are the benefits of takingon different roles?
  • 3. Benefits Player or performer ◦ Learn the skills and techniques needed to improve your performance or be an effective performer. Official ◦ Can be part of the activity even if injured ◦ Gives a different view of the game which broadens knowledge of the activity ◦ Maintains or improves fitness levels in an appropriate sport. Organiser ◦ Can have a part to play even if injured ◦ Can develop skills such as time management that could be used outside of sport. Leader or coach ◦ Can have an influence over others to help them improve ◦ Achieve a feel good factor or sense of achievement. Choreographer ◦ Can have a part to play even if injured ◦ Can develop skills such as communication which can transfer to everyday life.
  • 4. FURTHER QUALIFICATIONS & VOCATIONALOPPORTUNITIESThursday 2nd February By the end of the lesson you should be able to: ◦ Recognise and describe the type, variety and extent of qualifications and vocations available in sport.
  • 5. Why are you doing GCSE PE? One of the reasons may be to prepare yourself for some particular career or job in the future and there are various vocations that may be considered.
  • 6. Accredited courses in PE & Sport  What accredited courses and qualifications are available in sport and physical education? BTEC Proficiency Awards Sports performance GCSE / GCE awards Accredited: A recognised standard of leading on to a higher learning award
  • 7. BTEC SPORT Introduced in 2002 Diploma’s that are vocationally based on knowledge and understanding of the sports sector Awarded Pass, Merit or Distinction Equivalent to GCSEs BTEC level 1 = 1 GCSE BTEC level 2 certificate = 2 GCSE’s BTEC level 2 diploma = 4 GCSE’s BTEC level 3 = 1 A level
  • 8. GCSE (General Certificate ofSecondary Education) Important first step in order to move on to higher qualifications Involve theory and practical assessment Short course, full course and double award available Separate GCSE available in dance
  • 9. GCE (General Certificate ofEducation) GCE Physical Education (A-level) Level 3 qualification – next step up from GCSE Taken in two parts ◦ AS – 1st year ◦ A2 – 2nd year Grades are equated to UCAS points, which is the points system for university places
  • 10. John has chosen to take GCSE PE. Describe twobenefits that he is likely to get. (4 marks) Award up to two marks for each clearly described benefit. Examples include:  Physical benefits such as improved levels of fitness/ better body shape/ improved skill or performance levels/ better health or maintaining an active lifestyle  Academic benefits - such as a good examination results  Gaining a qualification which could lead to a further qualification or onto future employment in the area  Increased knowledge - theoretical or practical examples of this  Emotional benefits such as greater self-esteem and emotional health and wellbeing. Accept the above plus any other suitable examples.
  • 11. Sport performance awards Often awards linked to specific sports General leadership awards such as ◦ Sports Leaders UK Level 1 award in Sports Leadership (aged 14+) – Junior Sports Leaders Award ◦ Sports Leaders UK Level 2 award in Community Sports Leadership (aged 16+)
  • 12. Proficiency testing and awardsProficiency: Being adequately or well qualified  Often made available through National Governing Bodies (NGBs)  E.g. If you wanted to get a job as a lifeguard you would need to have an up to date lifesaving awards such as the National Pool Lifeguard Qualification  Examples: ◦ Duke of Edinburgh ◦ Kelloggs Swimming Awards ◦ FA level 1 football coaching
  • 13. Further and Higher Education1. Find examples of local providers of BTEC Sport level 3 and GCE PE.2. What are the entry requirements for theses courses? Do they suggest possible career opportunities?3. How many UCAS points do you get for a) Each grade at GCE (A-level) b) Pass, merit and distinction in BTEC level 34. Find three example of sports related university courses. Give the entry requirements for each course (What grades/UCAS points do you need?)
  • 14. Research Find other examples of sports specific awards