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FdSc Applied Sports Conditioning and Exercise Level 5

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Want to be part of a collaborative community? Want to take the next step on your career pathway? Discover, apply and collaborate to create the foundations for your future. Supporting the development of specialist practitioners within sport and physical activity, the two-year FdSc Applied Sports Conditioning and Exercise* programme aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of related theory, whilst evolving your skillset and real-world experience. Discover the science and theory associated with human anatomy, psychology, training and performance. Apply your knowledge and understanding in our unique sports setting and beyond. Collaborate with peers, staff and academy athletes, gaining practical experience and inspiring others to be physically active and at peak performance. Working with our team of industry and academic specialists, in conditioning and exercise, you will be emersed in the university environment at our WISE Campus. Engaging in a hybrid-learning approach to your studies with both virtual and campus-based lectures; practical seminars and workshops, you will develop topic-focused knowledge, together with wider employability and industry-relevant skills, preparing you to be more than a Graduate. The Applied Sports Conditioning and Exercise programme is a two-year foundation degree (FdSc), comprising of 2 years (levels 4 and 5) and can be followed by the level 6 top up in Applied Sports Conditioning & Exercise (BSc Hons). The two-year programme is a blend of practical, lectures and seminars and will also include elemednts of hybrid learning, tutorials and appraisals. With an industry focus, the first year has been designed to provide the foundation for your knowledge and understanding, focusing on human function and movement; psychology; training principles for sports conditioning and exercise; nutrition; physiology and performance; how do multi-disciplines work together for overall performance? Application is the key upon progressing to the second year, developing further independent academic skills through research and practical skills in conditioning, exercise and rehabilitation, through a variety of taught and practical modules and continuing your professional practitioner journey. A core focus throughout the two-years will relate to academics and theory, industry and vocational skills, supporting your engagement with professional standards and specialist practitioners, and enabling employability at every step of the way. *Subject to validation

Entry Requirements

56 UCAS points with GCSE or equivalent grade 4/C in English, Maths and Science. Mature students who do not meet the standard entry requirements will be considered on an individual basis upon application. International students are required a minimum score of ILETS 5.5.

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SGS offers a BSc one year top degre exclusively available to students who sucessfully complete this FdSc.

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Course information last updated: Friday 17th September 2021 @ 10.30am (1 day ago)

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Institution Code
Sep 2021
Sep 2021
University Centre WISE
UCAS Code: C600
Institution Code: S55
University Centre WISE

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