Faculty of
Sport, Travel & Public Services


Sport

Overview:

  • Title: Sport
  • Code: F05811
  • Level: Level 2
  • Length: 1 Year(s)
  • Term: Full Time
  • Faculty: Sport, Travel & Public Services

The level 2 Extended Certificate in Sport is designed to give students leaving school with a minimum of 4 GCSE’s at grade D (including Maths and English), a pathway onto the level 3 Sport  qualification or apprenticeship.
For students who excel in sports such as basketball, football and rugby, there will be the opportunity to participate in the sports academies at Oldham College. 

Within the course you will study three different subjects of sport each with 4 units:

  • Fitness Training and Testing
  • Coaching and Leading and
  • Sport Science
  • Online exams
  • Essays
  • Presentations
  • Sport competition projects
  • Practical assessments

You will be required to undertake various work experience sessions. 

  • Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport
  • Apprenticeships
  • Fitness Instructors
  • Gardeners
  • Gym Instructors
  • Sports Development Officers
  • Match Officials, Referees or Umpires
  • Lifeguards
  • Outdoor Activity Leaders
  • Personal Trainers
  • Sports and Leisure Assistants
  • Sports Coaches
  • Sports Players
  • PE Teachers
Level 2 – 4 x GCSE grade D or level 3 (including English and Maths)

Apprenticeship in fitness.

Study Programme


All students at Oldham College will participate in a personalised study programme that will maximise your potential and enable you to progress onto employment, apprenticeships or higher education.

This means you will:

  • Study a core qualification in a vocational discipline and continue to develop your English and Maths skills through functional skills, GCSE resits and the option of Level 3 qualifications
  • Participate in meaningful work experience
  • Enjoy a range of enrichment opportunities e.g. basketball, archery, skiing and sign language
  • Take part in dedicated tutorial sessions to review your progress and development

Visit: www.oldham.ac.uk or Call: 0161 785 4000