Sports Leader UK Level 2 in Community Sports Leadership (QCF): 10 Credits (60152631)

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The aim of this qualification is to provide basic skills and experiences in leadership that are taught in a sporting context in order to prepare learners to lead safe, purposeful and enjoyable sporting and recreational activities for small groups within the community, this qualification is for learners aged 16 years and over. There are 7 units with total guided learning hours of 41 which includes 10 hours of community sports leadership being carried out. The qualification is delivered through practical activities that aim to give learners an appreciation of what is required to lead a sports session successfully – assessed through observation, inspection work products, oral and written questions.

Sports Leaders UK Level 2 Award in Sports Leadership (QCF): 9 Credits (60152643)

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This qualification was introduced to provide developmental opportunities for learners aged 14 years and over. The aim of this qualification is to prepare responsible, motivated and confident people who can lead safe, purposeful and enjoyable sport/activity sessions. The qualification focuses on developing learners’ leadership skills to be used within the organisation. There are 8 units with a total guided learning hours of 48 which includes 10 hours of sports leadership to be carried out. Progression to Level 3 Certificate in Higher Sports Leadership. The qualification is delivered through practical activities that aim to give learners an appreciation of what is required to lead a sports session successfully – assessed through observation, inspection work products, oral and written questions.

Sports leaders UK level 1 Award in Sports Leadership (QCF): 7 Credits (50098925)

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A Nationally recognised qualification on the Qualification and Credit Framework – the aim of the qualification provides the ideal starting point for learners wishing to develop their leadership skills. It is a practical course that aims to give learners an appreciation of what is required to lead activities within sports session successfully. ‘Leadership’ is the primary focus and the assessment of learners is made on their leadership skills and not their sports ability – it is assessed through observation, inspection of work products, oral questions and written questions.

Minimum age is 13 with no upper age limit. The qualification comprises of 6 units with a total guided learning hours of 33 hours which includes a minimum of 1 hour in the leadership role. Progression to Level 2 Award in Sports Leadership or Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership.