5923739-204281330200252730<br />EDEXCEL Tystysgrif Lefel 2 Chwaraeon<br />EDEXCEL Certificate Level 2 Sport<br />Llyfr Gwa...
All grey shaded areas are guidelines for yourselves and the tutor.  These are the learning outcomes covered in class along...
Task NumberGrade AvailableDate SetCompletion DateGrade AwardedComments1P110.2.1124.3.112P2M110.2.1124.3.113P310.2.1124.3.1...
Learning Outcome 1: Know the range and scope of organisations and occupations within the sports industry
Organisations: providers eg public, private, voluntary, joint and dual use
We have discussed the types of organisations and jobs available within the sports industry, we have also visited a centre ...
Once you have completed task one, you need to consider the types of jobs available in the sports industry and where these ...
Learning Outcome 2: Be able to use relevant documents and skills relating to sport-based work experience
Sources of jobs available: eg Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management (ILAM), press, publications and periodicals, Ski...
Where could you look for employment opportunities within the sports industry?
Sources of Sports Employment Opportunities
Task Three: Independent Research
Using the facilities available to you at Coleg Menai, look for three advertisements from different sources available withi...
Which three different sources did you use?
AdvertsJob TitleSourceAdvert 1Advert 2Advert 3
Work experience: eg placement, part-time employment, full-time employment</li></ul>Using the advertisements for jobs avail...
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  1. 1. 5923739-204281330200252730<br />EDEXCEL Tystysgrif Lefel 2 Chwaraeon<br />EDEXCEL Certificate Level 2 Sport<br />Llyfr Gwaith :.................................<br />Workbook: ....................................<br /> Uned: 13 Profiad Gwaith<br />Unit: 13 Work Experience<br />Cwrs: BTEC Lefel 2 TYSTYSGRIF ESTYNEDIG CHWARAEON<br />Course: BTEC Level 2 EXTENDED CERTIFICATE IN SPORT<br />Uned: 13 Profiad gwaith Aseswr Uned: Karen Vaughan Jones<br />Unit: 13 Work Experience.Unit Assessor: Karen Vaughan Jones<br />Tasg: Workbook Dyddiad Cyflwyno: 10.6.11Task: Date set: 10.2.11 Submission deadline: 10.6.11- FRIDAY Task:ContextThis unit offers a range of opportunities to develop life skills that will help you after the completion of this course. These skills will be useful for future work in the sports industry, and should be updated regularly.Task / Learning Outcome:You will need to complete the workbook for this unit. The complete workbook needs to be submitted by the deadline date. See attached workbook for further details.Covers following Learning Outcomes1 Know the range and scope of organisations and occupations within the sports industryOrganisations: providers eg public, private, voluntary, joint and dual useOccupations: responsibilities involved in and skills required for different occupations eg sports assistant, fitness instructor, coach, teacher, sports development officer, sports and exercise scientist, physiotherapist, professional performer, retailer2 Be able to use relevant documents and skills relating to sport-based work experienceSources of jobs available: eg Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management (ILAM), press, publications and periodicals, SkillsActive, recruitment agencies and websitesWork experience: eg placement, part-time employment, full-time employmentPersonal information: eg application form, letter and CV, content, education, past work experience, pastimes, references, description of suitability for the role; use of ICTPreparation for interview: eg dress, appearance, attitude, interview procedures, application procedures, confirmation, planningInterview skills: eg body language, personal skills, communication skills, relating to others, questioning, listening, answering3 Be able to plan and carry out a project during sport-based work experiencePlanning: aims and objectives (related to specific area eg coaching and training, acquiring skills, customer care, health and safety, equipment); proposed outcomes and timescale; arrangements eg transport, accommodation; requirements eg clothing, equipmentThemes: eg marketing, recruiting, customer service, staff training, participation rates, health and safety proceduresRegulations: eg Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Management of Health and Safety at Work (Amendment) Regulations 1994, Office Shops and Railways Premises Act 1963, The Health and Safety (Young Persons) Regulations 1997, other relevant legislation and regulationsSkills: developed and to be developed eg practical, technical, people related, personal4 Be able to present and review the projectPresentation: eg oral, written, use of ICT, graphics, dataReview: formative and summative; SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) analysis; skills and knowledge eg acquired and developed, use and transferability; benefits eg to self and centre; career development eg plans; progression opportunities; monitor eg personal achievements against aims, objectives, targets, methods of monitoring performance (interviews, task sheets, witness testimony, video, audio); activities undertakenBenefits to self: eg knowledge and skills, techniques, progression opportunitiesBenefits to centre: eg new materials, case study materials, further work placementsBenefits to experience provider: eg recruitment opportunities, development of training and induction processesUseful resourcesTextbooksAdams M, Beashel P, Hancock J, Harris B, Phillippo P, Sergison A and Taylor I – BTEC Level 2 First Sport StudentBook (Pearson, January 2010) ISBN 9781846906220Adams M, Beashel P, Harris B, Johnson S, Phillippo P and Sergison A – BTEC Level 2 First Sport TeachingResource Pack (Pearson, April 2010) ISBN 9781846907173Assessment GuidelinesSubmit completed workbook (blue file) to Linda Edwards at the J block office by 4.15pm on the given deadline day Speak to course tutor if you have any concerns about completion<br /><ul><li>Workbook Guidelines
  2. 2. All grey shaded areas are guidelines for yourselves and the tutor. These are the learning outcomes covered in class alongside with additional information. Ensure you read these as they will help you with the tasks. There are ten tasks in this workbook and all tasks must be completed successfully to achieve the distinction criteria, below is a table with the grading criteria available for each task and the date it must be completed by. Your tutor will mark and place a grade next to each task with some feedback. The workbook will need to be completed by the 10th of June 2011.
  3. 3. Task NumberGrade AvailableDate SetCompletion DateGrade AwardedComments1P110.2.1124.3.112P2M110.2.1124.3.113P310.2.1124.3.11M210.2.1131.3.114P4M3D117.2.1114.4.115P517.2.1114.4.116P69.3.1114.4.117P79.3.115.5.118P89.3.112.6.119P9M4D24.4.112.6.11Overall Grade AwardedOverall comments (Tutor)Student CommentsSignature TutorDateSignature StudentDate
  4. 4. Learning Outcome 1: Know the range and scope of organisations and occupations within the sports industry
  5. 5. Organisations: providers eg public, private, voluntary, joint and dual use
  6. 6. We have discussed the types of organisations and jobs available within the sports industry, we have also visited a centre and had the opportunity to ask questions of employees. You need to complete task one, by choosing three types of organisations and describing one centre from three organisations eg Describe Plas Menai within the Public Sector. Consider how they are funded, staffing structure, location, facilities available, courses and activities available.</li></ul>Task One : Describe three different types of organisation within the sports industry, giving examples (P1)Organisation 1:Organisation 2:Organisation 3:<br />Task Two:Describe / Explain three different types of occupations within the sports industry, and the skills that each require (P2 / M1)(for a pass a bullet list is sufficient, with some sentences, however for a merit you need to explain fully using sentences)Occupation 1:Occupation 2:Occupation 3:<br /><ul><li>Occupations: responsibilities involved in and skills required for different occupations eg sports assistant, fitness instructor, coach, teacher, sports development officer, sports and exercise scientist, physiotherapist, professional performer, retailer
  7. 7. Once you have completed task one, you need to consider the types of jobs available in the sports industry and where these would be based. You now need to pick three different occupations and describe / explain the responsibilities and skills you would need in order to be successful at this type of job.
  8. 8. Learning Outcome 2: Be able to use relevant documents and skills relating to sport-based work experience
  9. 9. Sources of jobs available: eg Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management (ILAM), press, publications and periodicals, SkillsActive, recruitment agencies and websites
  10. 10. Where could you look for employment opportunities within the sports industry?
  11. 11. Sources of Sports Employment Opportunities
  12. 12. Task Three: Independent Research
  13. 13. Using the facilities available to you at Coleg Menai, look for three advertisements from different sources available within the sports industry. Insert these advertisements on a blank page labelling them advertisement 1, 2 and 3. (P3)
  14. 14. Which three different sources did you use?
  15. 15. AdvertsJob TitleSourceAdvert 1Advert 2Advert 3
  16. 16. Work experience: eg placement, part-time employment, full-time employment</li></ul>Using the advertisements for jobs available in sport you discovered. You now need to select and identify appropriate work experience in the sports industry. After having a discussion with your tutor you need to select three possible locations for your work experience, expanding why these might be a good choice.(M2)<br /><ul><li>ChoiceLocationJustification123
  17. 17. Personal information: eg application form, letter and CV, content, education, past work experience, pastimes, references, description of suitability for the role; use of ICT
  18. 18. Task 4- This will need to be completed using ICT equipment (P4 / M3 / D1)
  19. 19. You now need to produce an application (Cv and Letter) for your chosen work experience location (P4 / M3 / D1) insert the CV and Letter of application in this section.
  20. 20. Ensure that in the letter you cover the following points:
  21. 21. Dates and contact details for your placement
  22. 22. Which course you are studying at Coleg Menai
  23. 23. Why you wish to apply for a work experience position at that organisation (P4)
  24. 24. Which skills and qualities you have in relation to that post (M3)
  25. 25. Evaluate your skills and qualities, explaining how the post would help you develop these skills (D1)</li></ul>Ensure in your CV (P4 / M3 / D1) that you cover the following points:<br /><ul><li>Your full name and address including all telephone numbers
  26. 26. Email address
  27. 27. Date of Birth
  28. 28. Personal Statement
  29. 29. Description of your key skills
  30. 30. Educational Background
  31. 31. Other qualifications such as first aid
  32. 32. Your interests
  33. 33. References</li></ul>Cv Inserted:<br />Letter Inserted: <br /><ul><li>Preparation for interview: eg dress, appearance, attitude, interview procedures, application procedures, confirmation, planning
  34. 34. During the lesson with Steve Rickards, RAF Careers Officer several key elements of working within sports were discussed.
  35. 35. Task 5: Using the notes you made write a Top Ten list of points to consider before having the interview (P5)
  36. 36. NoPreparing for an interview12345678910
  37. 37. Interview skills: eg body language, personal skills, communication skills, relating to others, questioning, listening, answering
  38. 38. Task 6: Now that you have prepared for an interview it’s time to practice these skills. Your interview will take place on Thursday the 17th of March 2011, at 9.30am (P6). Ensure that you arrive on time at G7.
  39. 39. Once you have completed the interview your tutor will provide you with a witness statement, insert this sheet in this section. You also need to complete the following Self Evaluation Form.</li></ul>Interview Self Evaluation FormWhat were the two things that went well with your interview? If you could have the interview again is there anything you would change? (Think about dress, body language, answers)Were there any questions that you were not expecting? If so what were they?What have you learnt about yourself from this interview? Use the observation sheet to help you.Any targets that you would like to carry forward for the next time you are interviewed? Use the observation sheet to help you.<br /><ul><li>Learning Outcome 3: Be able to plan and carry out a project during sport-based work experience
  40. 40. Planning: aims and objectives (related to specific area eg coaching and training, acquiring skills, customer care, health and safety, equipment); proposed outcomes and timescale; arrangements eg transport, accommodation; requirements eg clothing, equipment
  41. 41. Themes: eg marketing, recruiting, customer service, staff training, participation rates, health and safety procedures
  42. 42. Regulations: eg Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Management of Health and Safety at Work (Amendment) Regulations 1994, Office Shops and Railways Premises Act 1963, The Health and Safety (Young Persons) Regulations 1997, other relevant legislation and regulations
  43. 43. Skills: developed and to be developed eg practical, technical, people related, personal
  44. 44. Task 7 – this should be completed before your placement at college, agreed with your tutor and then during the first day of your placement
  45. 45. After you have brainstormed various ideas for your project, choose the one that you would like to carry out and complete this table about your project (P7)
  46. 46. Theme eg marketing, recruiting, customer service, staff training, participation rates, health and safety proceduresAims and Objectives of projectDetailsResources RequiredStaffing RequiredTime needed to completeSkills to be improved uponI have chosen this project because:Other ideas I considered were:
  47. 47. Task 8 – this should be completed whilst on your placement
  48. 48. Whilst on the placement you need to carry out the project and complete the logbook for work experience. You need to insert the witness statement from your employer stating that you completed your project and commenting on your success in this section (P8).
  49. 49. Completed Witness Statement Inserted:
  50. 50. Copy of completed diary submitted:
  51. 51. Learning Outcome 4: Be able to present and review the project
  52. 52. Presentation: eg oral, written, use of ICT, graphics, data
  53. 53. Review: formative and summative; SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) analysis; skills and knowledge eg acquired and developed, use and transferability; benefits eg to self and centre; career development eg plans; progression opportunities; monitor eg personal achievements against aims, objectives, targets, methods of monitoring performance (interviews, task sheets, witness testimony, video, audio); activities undertaken
  54. 54. Benefits to self: eg knowledge and skills, techniques, progression opportunities
  55. 55. Benefits to centre: eg new materials, case study materials, further work placements
  56. 56. Benefits to experience provider: eg recruitment opportunities, development of training and induction processes</li></ul>Task 9 – this should be completed at college and presented to your class mates<br />Your final task is to reflect on the project using evidence gathered and present your project to your class mates in a power point presentation. <br />Ensure your power point presentation covers the following:<br /><ul><li>Your name, course, placement and dates (P9)
  57. 57. Project aims, details and reason for choosing the project (P9)
  58. 58. Describe the benefits of your project (P9) – say what was good about your project
  59. 59. Explain the benefits (M4) – describe in detail how your project helps your skills, the employer and college
  60. 60. Evaluate the benefits (D2) – give your opinion on the benefits
  61. 61. Identify areas for improvement (P9) – use areas from the project or for yourself
  62. 62. Make recommendations for improvement (M4) – describe how you could improve the project
  63. 63. Justify your recommendations relating to identified areas for improvement (D2) – say why you are making these recommendations
  64. 64. Evaluate your own skills learnt on the placement and how this might affect future career choice</li></ul>Copy of Powerpoint:<br /><ul><li>Print out handout style
  65. 65. Copy of Tutor Observation sheet:
  66. 66. Learner’s Name:AssessorQualification:Edexcel Level 2 Certificate in SportDate Unit NameWork ExperienceUnit Number13Description of activity undertaken (please be as specific as possible)Task Ten – Students were tasked with designing and delivering a Powerpoint presentation covering the following information on the project. Project aims, details and reason for choosing the project (P9)Describe the benefits of the project (P9) – say what was good about the projectExplain the benefits (M4) – describe in detail how the project helps their skills, the employer and collegeEvaluate the benefits (D2) – give their opinion on the benefits Identify areas for improvement (P9) – use areas from the project or for themselves Make recommendations for improvement (M4) – describe how they could improve the projectJustifying the recommendations relating to identified areas for improvement (D2) Evaluate the own skills learnt on the placement and how this might affect future career choiceAssessment criteria (to which the activity provides evidence) : P9, M4, D2Pass 9 – present the project, describing the benefits and identifying areas for improvement. Merit 4 – present the project, explaining the benefits and making recommendations for improvement.Distinction 2 – present the project, evaluating the benefits and justifying recommendations relating to identified areas for improvement.How the activity meets the requirements of the assessment and grading criteria(please explain how the learner met the criteria and the qualitative aspects of their performance)Learner’s signature:Date:Assessor Signature:Date:Internal Verifier Signature:Date:Lead I.V Signature:Date:
  67. 67. Observation Sheet – Task 9 Powerpoint Presentation
  68. 68. Witness Statement – Task 6 Interview</li></ul>Learner’s Name:Assessor:Karen Vaughan JonesQualification:Edexcel Level 2 Certificate in SportDate: 17.03.11Unit Name:Work ExperienceUnit Number:13Description of activity undertaken (please be as specific as possible)Students prepared for an interview by listening to a session from Steve, as well as undertaking a preparatory interview. The interview lasted for around thirty minutes and was conducted individually.Assessment criteria (to which the activity provides evidence)P6 - undertake an interview for work experience in sportHow the activity meets the requirements of the assessment and grading criteria (please explain how the learner met the criteria and the qualitative aspects of their performance)Witness’s Name:Steven RickardsJob Role:Raf Careers OfficerWitness’s Signature:Date:Learner’s signature:Date:Assessor Signature:Date:Internal Verifier Signature:Date:Lead I.V Signature:Date:<br /><ul><li>Witness Statement – Task 8 </li></ul>Learner’s Name:Assessor:Karen Vaughan JonesQualification:Edexcel Level 2 Certificate in SportDate: Unit Name:Work ExperienceUnit Number:13Description of activity undertaken (please be as specific as possible)Students have been tasked with designing a project to complete during their work experience. Please describe the project :Assessment criteria (to which the activity provides evidence)P8 - undertake a project in workbased experience in sportHow the activity meets the requirements of the assessment and grading criteria (please comment and explain how the learner met the criteria and the qualitative aspects of their performance)Witness’s Name:Job Role:Witness’s Signature:Date:Learner’s signature:Date:Assessor Signature:Date:Internal Verifier Signature:Date:Lead I.V Signature:Date:<br />

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