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BA Hons Sports Studies and Development Why choose this course? This course has been especially designed to equip you with the necessary experience and skills to enter a variety of sports careers. You will learn about and prepare for work in many different areas within sport including the sport development industry, national sports organisations (such as Sport England, Sporting Equals and UK Sport), sport governing bodies, local country sports partnerships (such as the Black Country Consortium), schools and colleges, research centres and academic institutions. One of the key features of the course is the wide range of real world assessments. You get to plan, organise and deliver a sports event gaining valuable real world industry experience. You will also evaluate sports initiatives, write funding bids, prepare practical sessions for different populations (including youth, disabled, older people, obese people), learn how to research different populations and learn about issues relating to working in elite level sport. Module content and assessments are linked to the work of local and national sports organisations. We have partnerships with a number of local colleges and you will get the opportunity to plan and deliver practical sessions to real students in both lectures and other outreach events delivered by the University such as SportFest and This Girl Will. You will have the opportunity to work with a range of organisations including Street Games, Youth Zone and the West Midlands Police Community partnerships team (see more in happens on the course? industry links and contemporary curriculum will help you to develop the mind set, skillset and behaviours required nike tanjun sandals to succeed during and after this dynamic course. The BA (Hons) Sport Studies and Development? is just one of an exciting range of courses on offer at the University of Wolverhampton Institute of Sport and Human Sciences. Why not come and visit us at one of our Open Days. If you are uncertain if this is the right sport course for you, have a look at this video to help you decide: What happens on the course?In the West Midlands, sport participation levels are significantly lower than the national average (Sport England, 2015). BA (Hons) Sports Studies and Development explores the social function of sport and in particular how sport can be used to promote social change. During the course, you will evaluate the power of sport and physical activity to bring communities together, and learn about barriers for particular groups and how to overcome these issues by creating opportunities for participation. The course will help you develop skills required for working with different client groups, for instance older adults, youth, people with a disability, obese clients, women and girls, and people from BME groups these groups are considered within the local area and so the specialist knowledge you gain from the course is particularly valued. In your second year you will undertake a placement with a relevant sports organisation and have the opportunity to plan, deliver and evaluate a sport event alongside one of our industry partners. In third year, you will be involved in the monitoring and evaluation of a real life sports initiative. Monitoring and evaluation was identified in the new Sport England strategy as essential for the future of sport development projects. You will also complete a project on a subject of your choice, allowing you to develop particular areas of interest. Throughout the course, you will engage with relevant and contemporary issues in the rapidly changing industry. You will consider the changing culture of sport and examine a range of issues that are relevant to the world of professional sport including the media representation of professional female athletes, doping in sport, the growth and impact of social media on nike shoes in academy the professional sporting landscape, and the commercialisation and branding of leagues, teams and individual athletes. These include The Black Country Consortium, Sporting Equals, Street Games, Youth Zone, Football Futures, Walsall Football in the Community and Walsall Council. The opportunity to do a placement module allows you to further develop the industry skills acquired on the course and build relationships with potential future employers. A number of students who have completed a successful placement or voluntary work are now working in paid positions. Modules and Assessment Assessment is strongly linked to the industry skills you will gain. This allows you to sell yourself to employers better as you will have hands on experience of the type they looking for. For example assessments may be putting together a sports initiative, bidding for a pot of money to run a sports initiative, conducting market research as opposed to being purely assessment/exam based. Level 4 Introduction to Youth Sport Focusing on the delivery of sport and physical activity to young people in a community based setting, this module is centred on the way in which sport can be used as a tool to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour, improve health and increase academic achievement. Relevant research and policy is used to highlight the issues faced by this population and their motives for engaging in sport. You will draw upon theoretical models of positive youth development to plan, organise and deliver a range of practical sessions that are used to create a resource pack that can be used by sports leaders. You will develop valuable leadership and delivery skills that are valued by employers in the sport sector. A number of guest sessions are led by external organisations to provide real world examples of youth sport in action. Guest speakers have included Youth Zone, Street Games and Football Futures. You will also be given the opportunity to deliver practical sessions developed in the module during outreach events throughout the year, gaining valuable hands on experience. Socio historical Issues in Sport Explore a range of issues including gender, race disability, social class and deviance in sport. An understanding nike outlet boise of these issues is vital if you wish to work within the sport industry, particularly in careers such as sport development, sport organisation or teaching. Introduction to the Sport Industry Studying this module will provide you with an understanding of the sports industry in the UK, covering provision within the public, private and voluntary sectors of sport. Current research and policy is drawn upon to identify priority issues and groups that organisations may wish to target through sports initiatives. Working with Diverse Populations Gain specialist skills for working with clients from specialist populations including older adults, disabled people and obese individuals. You will learn about the barriers to participation for these groups and prepare sessions that break down these barriers to allow access to sport and physical activity. You will be given the opportunity to work through a range of scenarios that are linked to real world delivery of sport and physical activity, working in groups to research, deliver and reflect on session planning and delivery. Through practical delivery of sport and exercise based sessions, you will learn how to adapt your delivery to ensure that it is appropriate for the intended client group. The specialist knowledge and experience of planning and delivering practical sessions to different groups is valued by employers. You will be encouraged to gain additional leadership and coaching qualifications that link to the module to further enhance this aspect of your knowledge and experience.