Course: Sports Coaching and Development Level 3
Great Yarmouth Campus
FT / PT
"The partnership between Norwich City Community Sports Foundation and East Coast College allows students on the various sports pathways to have access to sector expertise and experiences that will further enhance their learning and career progression."
Head of Curriculum, Norwich City Community Sports Foundation
This course offers you the chance to study a diploma in sports alongside coaching and development training with Norwich City Community Sports Foundation – the official charity of Norwich City Football Club. For those looking to pursue a career in “something sporty”, the two-year programme gives a wide ranging insight across the full sector, while achieving industry recognised qualifications. You will work towards the NCFE Extended Diploma in Sport, the equivalent of three A Levels, and will cover a variety of units linked directly to potential career pathways including coaching, teaching and sports development. Alongside these units, you will also complete additional sporting qualifications with the Community Sports Foundation in coaching and sports development. These qualifications are recognised by sporting industry providers which allows greater variety of progression into your desired sports career.
Why study with us:
- Train as a coach and gain qualifications through the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation.
- Hear from a range of guest speakers and take opportunities in a wide variety of work placements.
- Enjoy regular use of our on-site sports hall and fitness suites to help you to practise your coaching, leadership and gym instructing and develop your own health and fitness.
This course is planned to be delivered across both the Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth campuses to maximise the use of facilities. Transport between campuses will be available.
You will need to have achieved English and Maths GCSEs at a grade 4 or above.
You can progress onto the FdSc/BSc (Hons) Sport, Health and Exercise degree through the University of Suffolk at East Coast College or other universities.
You can also progress into employment in careers such as a sports coach, sports development officer, sports psychologist, sports analyst, sports nutritionist, personal trainer and more.