1st 4Sport Award in Multi Skills Development L2

Course starts usually in September
Part time day course days are ( TBC )
Level 2
Cost or fee remission information
Bishop Auckland Campus

Course overview

This qualification has been developed in partnership with experts within the sports industry to provide you with an introduction to the processes and principles of supporting child development through Multi-Skills.


Course requirements

You need to be at least 17 years old and hold a Level 2 sport-specific coaching award or Sport-related qualification eg. Level 2 Coaching Award (in Football, Netball, Gymnastics etc).


What will I do?

Assessment will be both written and practical. You will be assessed in the following areas: –

  • Understanding the principles of coaching children
  • Understand the fundamentals of movement and fundamental movement skills
  • Understand fundamental sport skills
  • Be able to deliver a fundamental movement skills programme
  • Be observed delivering a fundamental sport skills session
  • Develop an action plan for continuous professional development


What will it give me?

As a result of this course you will: –

  • Become qualified to support children’s successful participation in sport
  • Learn how to design, deliver and evaluate multi-skills activity sessions
  • Make a positive impact upon the children you are working with by developing their movement, confidence and sport-related skills
  • Help children to master the fundamentals of movement in fun, imaginative and progressive ways
  • Make sport more enjoyable for children and young people and much more


Materials needed

You will need to wear appropriate sports clothing and footwear to ensure you can participate in practical sports sessions. You will also need pen, pencil, ruler etc.


What can I do when I finish?

This course will support you in the specialism of coaching children and young people, which could lead to further employment opportunities. You can also use it as part of the development of a credible CV for employment in the Sport and Leisure Industry.


What next?

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