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V Certs – Sports Studies

Sports Studies

Focusing on a range of important and topical content areas – from ethics and technology in sport to psychology for sports performance – this Level 1/2 Technical Award in Sports Studies can help pupils on their way to a career in sports coaching, sports management, and physiotherapy.

Discover Sports Studies webinar

This webinar will provide a helpful overview of this exciting new V Cert, with a detailed overview of the qualification structure, delivery, and assessments. Take a deep dive into what pupils will study, looking at content and teaching guidance, how the qualification is assessed including objectives and weightings, grading information, potential progression opportunities, and the quality assurance process. The webinar will also showcase some of the learning resources, teaching materials and support that is available to you and your centre,

What’s next?

Further study: an A Level in Physical Education and Sport, or a Level 3 study programme in sports coaching at college or sixth form
Apprenticeship: as a personal trainer or community sport and health officer.

Qualification documents and resources
Qualification specification and factsheet
Sample assessment materials
Parents' guides
14-16 brochure
Regulations for the
Conduct of NEA (Non-Examined Assessment)
Prepare for First Teach events 

Register now for our Prepare for First Teach events, led by our Provider Development Team.  Each hands-on session will help teachers and assessors to feel more confident about the delivery and assessment of the new Sports Studies and Health and Fitness V Certs. 

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V-Cert First Teach (Sports Studies / Health & Fitness) London PvD0939


9:30 – 4:30


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Prepare to Teach NCFE V Cert Level 1/2 Technical Award in Health and Fitness and Sports Studies




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