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  • 1. Sport Coaching BSc(Hons) James Wallis Tracy Killingley
  • 2. Rationale •The Sport Coaching BSc(Hons) degree is one of the newest addition to the School’s undergraduate portfolio of courses. The degree is designed as a hybrid of academic and vocational modules providing student s with the necessary theoretical knowledge to become a specialist in the field but also providing enough opportunity to develop critical vocational and inter personal skills associated to successful coaching. •A second key philosophy to the degree is the amount of choice afforded at levels 5 and 6 which allow students to interpret the role of the coach in a multitude of ways. The outcome is likely to be coaches who are very distinctive in their skills and experiences
  • 3. Course Structure Year 1 Coaching theory 1 20 credits Practical app of coaching 1 20 credit Sport and recreation in the community 20 credits Practice, performance and coaching methodology 20 credits Qualitative analysis of performance 10 credits Scientific basis of sport 10 credits Motor learning and performance 10 credits Sport and exercise psychology 10 credits Year 2 Coaching theory 2 20 credits Practical application 2 20 credits Research Methods (Choice of two modules) 10 credits Level 2 module choice 70 credits Year 3 Coaching theory 3 20 credits Prof enquiry 20 credits Dissertation 40 credits Level 3 module choice 40 credits
  • 4. Points of interest •Strong scientific basis at level 4 •‘Backbone’ of practical and theoretical coaching at all levels •Level 5 and 6 choice to allow distinctive pathways. This is a key philosophy of the degree •Choices from an extensive list of Chelsea School modules covering sport science, sociology, PE •40 credit dissertation at level 3
  • 5. Example partnerships for practical coaching experience •Football4Peace and other sport for development projects •MU Foundation •British Triathlon •British Cycling •PE assistant and extra curricular coach at one of our 140 partner schools •BHA in the Community •Sussex County Cricket •Personal training on (new S and C facility) or off-site •Life coaching and corporate support •Individual University based projects
  • 6. Placement and professional experience
  • 7. Possible exit routes / career paths •Employment in professional coaching (Coaching Workforce post 2012) •Diverse routes into coaching from different perspectives, for example social development and community programmes •PE teaching (following PGCE) and associated roles within PE and School sport •Sport , exercise and health consultancy and support •Personal training / life coaching in a range of populations •Many others dependent on degree structure (e.g nutrition, performance analysis, disability sport) •2013 and 13 graduates….
  • 8. Entry 2013-14 •ABB at A2 •DDM at Btec •Additional qualifications will be considered once unconditional offers have been allocated •English and maths GCSE at grade C or above •This year we will be introducing interviews for a sample of applicants to give them a chance to add more contextual information to their application •Course code – CX6C •Location – Eastbourne
  • 9. Who will teach you? The core team; Tracy Killingley – Former England Basketball player and coach Glenn Cook – Current Women’s Olympic Triathlon Coach John Lambert – Former BHA School of Excellence Director, current match analyst with a MUFC James Wallis – professional sport coach education, mental skills coach, sport for development Flo Pietszch – Lead LTA strength and conditioning, coach to GB Fed Cup team and GB number 2. Other staff who will teach part of your programme; Gary Brickley – paralympic cycling coach Rob Harley – S and C coach to professional athletes, Coach educator UKCC level 4 Jeanne Dekerle – elite swim coach French National squad Numerous other staff with exceptional in applied work and in academic writing….the books you will use
  • 10. Employability?
  • 11. An example of student placement and enrichment…. https://vimeo.com/user9821274/review/63 879838/d85b8ec93d