Alongside the vocational elements of the programme the learners also study a range of underpinning theories that facilitate their development.
Typical Course Structure
Foundations of Sports Coaching
Introduction to Sport Development Principles
Sports Development in School Spor
Introduction to Learning
Core Principles in Sport and Exercise
Research and Study Skills
Advanced Principles of Sports Coaching
Contemporary Issues in Sport
Sports Development in Practice
Principles of Teaching in Practice
Maximising Sports Performance
The learners will also be provided with the opportunity to achieve numerous externally recognised qualifications, such as:
National Governing Body coaching qualifications
Level 1 Award in Coaching Football
EHA Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Handball
Level 2 Award in Multi-Skills Development in Sport
Externally Recognised Qualifications
City and Guilds Level 3 Award in Education and Training
Hockey Quicksticks leaders course
Bouldering wall (Lincoln College) workshop
Applications for this course are processed through UCAS.
Please make a note of the codes below, then continue to apply through the UCAS website:
Institute code: L42
UCAS Course code: C654
You will study on the Lincoln College Campus for the full duration of the course, using our dedicated sports facilities and teaching areas.
2 years - 2-3 days per week
Course contact hours are typically comprised of:
9 hrs Theory sessions per week
3 hrs Practical / Seminal sessions per week
It is expected that students complete between 3 and 8 hrs of additional independent study per week in order to be successful on this programme.
Whilst the sessions delivered at College will fall between Monday and Friday from 9am – 5pm, it is expected that students make themselves available to complete voluntary or work experience hours outside of these times. Many of the opportunities offered through the college will require commitment during evenings and weekends.
A minimum of 64 UCAS Tariff points from the following:
GCE A and AS Levels
BTEC National (Diploma or Extended Diploma) in a relevant subject
Access to HE
Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher with at least one subject at Advanced Higher.
For mature applicants, experience may be taken in lieu of qualifications that carry UCAS Tariff points.
GCSE English Language – grade C or above
GCSE Maths – grade C or above (Level 2 Functional skills is not taken as an equivalent)
EU / INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS
NARIC confirmed equivalent of 64 UCAS points
IELTS with an overall score of 6.0 and a minimum of 5.5 in each component. Equivalent English language qualifications are acceptable for applicants not requiring a Tier 4 visa
There are typically 2-3 assessment tasks per module delivered. The assessment methods used throughout the programme include:
The programme specification details the assessment strategy for each module, including the relevant task weightings.
The course is designed to prepare and aid learners for a career in the sports coaching, teaching and sports development industries. Many previous learners have attained employment within these fields on completion of their Foundation Degree, whilst others have chosen to progress onto the BSc (Hons) Sport Development and Coaching degree at the University of Lincoln. Direct entry onto year 3 of the BSc (Hons) Sport Development and Coaching degree is available.
Per Academic Year
Home and EU Students £6500.00
International Students £9500.00
Tuition fees will remain unchanged for the duration of a student’s continuous enrolment.
Additional Course Costs Sports kit - £130 (compulsory) ; DBS check - £44 (compulsory); Additional coaching courses (optional )- varying costs
Additional compulsory course costs will be paid for using the Lincoln College Bursary / Vocational Credit scheme. The scheme allows students to access the remainder of the Vocational Credit (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 Vocational Credit 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
Applications for this course are processed through UCAS, please see the course description and make a note of the Institute Code and UCAS Course Code.
Apply Online at UCAS