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1: Community Sports Coach

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: Emergency First Aid
For some UCLan students this is accessible on campus and further details are available via your Course Leader. Some level one NGB courses have this embedded. Please find out more by clicking on the link to gain an idea of the content included in these courses.

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Station 2: Equity in Your Coaching
Everyone should have access to sport, regardless of gender, age, race, ability, faith or sexual orientation. This workshop will show you the best ways to make this a reality. Your tutor will give you practical advice on how to adapt your existing skills to make your coaching sessions attractive to everyone.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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Station 4: NGB Level One
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Station 5: How to Coach Disabled People in Sport
Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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Station 6: NGB Level Two
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Station 7: Positive Behaviour Management in Sport
Every group develops different dynamics and every participant is a unique individual - making managing behaviour a challenging hands-on part of your job. If you work with young people in a school or club environment, this workshop's been designed for you.

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Station 8: Mentoring Sports Coaches
Mentoring is a powerful tool in the education and development of sports coaches at all. If you're interested in developing your skills in the area of mentoring other coaches, then this workshop is for you.

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Community Sports Coach
Sam Holden has combined studying for his degree in sports development with working as a coach at Bolton Wanderers Community Trust. He has been involved a full time role at the club but is actually starting a PGCE in September. Sam has shown how hard work can lead to greater opportunities. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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2: Sports Development Officer

Station 1: Emergency First Aid
For some UCLan students this is accessible on campus and further details are available via your Course Leader. Some level one NGB courses have this embedded. Please find out more by clicking on the link to gain an idea of the content included in these courses.

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Station 2: Equity in Your Coaching
Everyone should have access to sport, regardless of gender, age, race, ability, faith or sexual orientation. This workshop will show you the best ways to make this a reality. Your tutor will give you practical advice on how to adapt your existing skills to make your coaching sessions attractive to everyone.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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Station 4: NGB Level One
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Station 5: How to Coach Disabled People in Sport
Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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Station 6: NGB Level Two
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 7: CIMSPA Membership
Join the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity and be a part of the only chartered professional body in the sport and physical activity sector. CIMSPA is the chartered professional development body for the UK's sport and physical activity sector. They provide leadership, support and empowerment for professionals working in sport and physical activity and a single unified voice for the sector. Backed by a Royal Charter they provide a range of additional training courses for your professional development.

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Station 8: Club for All Workshop
An online course which identifies the benefits of including a wider membership base meaning more coaches, players, officials and increased revenue, improved eligibility for lottery funding and quality ratings such as Club Mark, whilst ensuring the involvement and support of the local community.

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Station 9: Mentoring Sports Coaches
Mentoring is a powerful tool in the education and development of sports coaches at all. If you're interested in developing your skills in the area of mentoring other coaches, then this workshop is for you.

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Sports Development Worker
Northern Ireland Ladies football international Clare Carson graduated in 2011 with a degree in Sports Development. Clare currently works as an Irish Football Association (IFA) Primary School Development Worker in the Newry and Mourne area of Northern Ireland. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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3: Elite Sports Coach

Station 1: Emergency First Aid
For some UCLan students this is accessible on campus and further details are available via your Course Leader. Some level one NGB courses have this embedded. Please find out more by clicking on the link to gain an idea of the content included in these courses.

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Station 2: Equity in Your Coaching
Everyone should have access to sport, regardless of gender, age, race, ability, faith or sexual orientation. This workshop will show you the best ways to make this a reality. Your tutor will give you practical advice on how to adapt your existing skills to make your coaching sessions attractive to everyone.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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Station 4: NGB Level One
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 5: NGB Level 2
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Station 6: ScUK workshops
Alongside NGB awards scUK offers a range of workshops that will help you develop your coaching ideas in a performance environment.

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Station 7: NGB Level 3 Registration
Working in an elite environment or in a performance setting usually requires you to advance through the NGB qualification structure. You should ideally register for an NGB Level 3 to support your chances of employment in this area of sport.

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Elite Sports Coach
Ryan has used the knowledge gained on his course to secure a role at Blackpool FC and is now hoping to progress up the sporting ladder. He is now employed as the Head Academy Goalkeeper Coach at the club. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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4: PE Teacher

Station 1: Emergency First Aid
For some UCLan students this is accessible on campus and further details are available via your Course Leader. Some level one NGB courses have this embedded. Please find out more by clicking on the link to gain an idea of the content included in these courses.

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Station 2: Equity in Your Coaching
Everyone should have access to sport, regardless of gender, age, race, ability, faith or sexual orientation. This workshop will show you the best ways to make this a reality. Your tutor will give you practical advice on how to adapt your existing skills to make your coaching sessions attractive to everyone.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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Station 4: NGB Level One
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 5: AfPE Membership
The Association for Physical Education (afPE) is the only physical education subject association in the UK. You can access a range of membership services to aid your development and progression in the PE teaching profession.

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Station 6: How to Coach Disabled People in Sport
Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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Station 7: NGB Level 2
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Station 8: DfE online specialist advice
These live, interactive sessions provide a great opportunity to get your questions answered in real-time by our specialist advisers. Each event focuses on a specific discussion topic about teacher training - be it the different routes into teaching, how to make a successful application, or teaching a particular subject.

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Station 9: Train to teach event

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PE Teacher
Rachael Wignall graduated with a first class degree in Sports Studies and is now pursuing her dream of becoming a Physical Education Secondary School teacher. From September to December 2013 Rachael undertook work experience at Lytham St Anne's Technology and Performing Arts College and is now completing her PGCE. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. http://uclansportsstudies.blogspot.co.uk/p/alumni.html

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5: Strength and Conditioning Coach

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: UKSCA Membership
Associate membership costs £60 per year and members receive a range of privileges including discounted workshops, conferences, access to liability insurance, quarterly journal and more.

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Station 2: NGB Level 1
The text in the box needs altering as it reads for Level Two. Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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Station 4: How to Coach Disabled People in Sport
Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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Station 5: REPS Level 2 Gym Instructor
There are no pre-requisites to a Level 2 Gym qualification. The course will include theory and practical elements including Anatomy and Physiology, Components of Fitness, Designing an Exercise Programme and Professionalism. There are lots of different training providers offering courses, you can search for recognised entry qualifications and get more information on the Training Portal. Completion times and prices will vary depending on the training provider so we advise you to have a good look around to make sure that you select the course that's right for you.

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Station 6: NGB Level 2
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Station 7: REPS Level 3 Personal Trainer
Qualification Credit Framework or QCF. Furthermore if you want to become a Personal Trainer with Level 3 REPs recognition, this qualification will give you that status.20 CPD points are also allocated to candidates upon successful completion of this qualification. Once you have successfully completed and passed your Personal Trainer course, you will also be able to purchase professional insurance so that you can practice as a qualified Personal Trainer.

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Station 8: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) program was created in 1985 to identify individuals who possess the knowledge and skills to design and implement safe and effective strength and conditioning programs for athletes in a team setting. The credentialing program encourages a higher level of competence among practitioners and raises the quality of strength training and conditioning programs provided by those who are CSCS certified.

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Station 9: UKSCA Membership Renewal
To continue to receive and make the most of your membership benefits please renew your membership. You can renew online.

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Station 10: UKSCA Accreditation
Accredited membership costs £60 per year and members receive use of the letters ASCC after their name and entry to the National Register of S&C Coaches. Access to CPD activities designed specifically for Accredited S&C coaches is given, along with the right to participate in Association elections and referendums and the opportunity to represent the UKSCA as a speaker at the NSCA and ASCA annual conferences. This is in addition to the benefits of associated membership.

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Strength and Conditioning Coach
Ian Bentley works at UCLan as an Associate Lecturer after graduating from UCLan in 2007. He is an accredited member of the UKSCA and has a role at Wigan Warriors working as a strength and conditioning coach. He has previously worked with Paralympics GB in both strength and conditioning/sports science positions. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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6: Human Nutritionist and Personal Trainer

Station 2: NGB Level 1
The text in the box needs altering as it reads for Level Two. Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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Station 4: How to Coach Disabled People in Sport
Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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Station 5: REPS Level 2 Gym Instructor
There are no pre-requisites to a Level 2 Gym qualification. The course will include theory and practical elements including Anatomy and Physiology, Components of Fitness, Designing an Exercise Programme and Professionalism. There are lots of different training providers offering courses, you can search for recognised entry qualifications and get more information on the Training Portal. Completion times and prices will vary depending on the training provider so we advise you to have a good look around to make sure that you select the course that's right for you.

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Station 6: NGB Level 2
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Station 7: REPS Level 3 Personal Trainer
Qualification Credit Framework or QCF. Furthermore if you want to become a Personal Trainer with Level 3 REPs recognition, this qualification will give you that status.20 CPD points are also allocated to candidates upon successful completion of this qualification. Once you have successfully completed and passed your Personal Trainer course, you will also be able to purchase professional insurance so that you can practice as a qualified Personal Trainer.

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Station 8: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) program was created in 1985 to identify individuals who possess the knowledge and skills to design and implement safe and effective strength and conditioning programs for athletes in a team setting. The credentialing program encourages a higher level of competence among practitioners and raises the quality of strength training and conditioning programs provided by those who are CSCS certified.

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For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: The Nutrition Society Membership
Membership is worldwide and is open to applicants with an interest in the science of human or animal nutrition and who support the Society's aim, 'to advance the scientific study of nutrition and its application to the maintenance of human and animal health.

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Station 9: The Nutrition Society Membership Renewal
To continue to receive and make the most of your membership benefits and to be part of the Society's development please renew your membership. You can renew online.

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Human Nutritionist and Personal Trainers
Kate Henry a First Class Nutrition graduate from UCLan currently works for Orchard House Foods as a New Product Development Technologist. Her role is to predominantly aid in the development of prepared fruit products for M&S. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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7: Sports Scientist

Station 2: NGB Level 1
The text in the box needs altering as it reads for Level Two. Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Station 3: Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

Find out more

Station 4: How to Coach Disabled People in Sport
Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

Find out more

Station 5: REPS Level 2 Gym Instructor
There are no pre-requisites to a Level 2 Gym qualification. The course will include theory and practical elements including Anatomy and Physiology, Components of Fitness, Designing an Exercise Programme and Professionalism. There are lots of different training providers offering courses, you can search for recognised entry qualifications and get more information on the Training Portal. Completion times and prices will vary depending on the training provider so we advise you to have a good look around to make sure that you select the course that's right for you.

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Station 6: NGB Level 2
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Station 7: REPS Level 3 Personal Trainer
Qualification Credit Framework or QCF. Furthermore if you want to become a Personal Trainer with Level 3 REPs recognition, this qualification will give you that status.20 CPD points are also allocated to candidates upon successful completion of this qualification. Once you have successfully completed and passed your Personal Trainer course, you will also be able to purchase professional insurance so that you can practice as a qualified Personal Trainer.

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Station 8: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) program was created in 1985 to identify individuals who possess the knowledge and skills to design and implement safe and effective strength and conditioning programs for athletes in a team setting. The credentialing program encourages a higher level of competence among practitioners and raises the quality of strength training and conditioning programs provided by those who are CSCS certified.

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For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: BASES Membership
Become a BASES Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist through a nationally recognised quality assurance scheme. Accreditation is often an essential/desirable job requirement. BASES also runs a Supervised Experience scheme, which guides members towards accreditation.

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Station 9: BASES Renewal
Renew your Bases membership on an annual basis and ensure you are up to date with industry development.

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Sports Scientist
Sam Marsh graduated with a Sports and Exercise Science Degree and is now the Managing Director of his own company called Jigsaw Fitness Ltd. Jigsaw design and build innovative fitness equipment designed for anyone from athletes to inactive people. He started the company during his 2nd year at UCLan in 2012 and currently has some very exciting clients including the English institute of Sport and Wigan Warriors RLFC. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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8: Performance Analyst

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: ISPAS Level 1
The International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport Level 1 accreditation is suitable for undergraduates with less than one year of working with a team, but are working in an appropriate setting. Competencies in video editing, coding templates, reliability testing and data analysis must be demonstrated.

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Station 2: ISPAS Level 2
The International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport Level 2 accreditation is suitable for those with at least one years experience working with coaches solving specific problems.

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Performance Analyst
Graduates Aaron Briggs and John McGuigan now work at Manchester City FC. Aaron and John use expertise gained from using a match analysis programme as part of their degrees to prepare presentations aimed at assisting City's Academy squad in their pre and post-match briefings. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. http://uclancoaching.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/coaching-graduates-spread-their-wings.html

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9/10: Adventure Sports Coach/Outdoor Activity Leader

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: First Aid REC
REC was set up to provide a comprehensive training programme that extends the competency of the participants. This style of first aid training has been delivered by REC trainers throughout the UK and Europe for over 20 years.

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Station 2: BCU Paddle Sport 2 Star
The BCU Two Star is an improvement award that helps paddlers develop fundamental paddlesport skills on flat water. The emphasis is on gaining a breadth of experience, creating the desired movement of the boat and developing an understanding into how the paddle, boat and water interact.

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Station 3: Foundation Safety and Rescue
Fundamentally this course is designed for all paddlers irrespective of craft. The objective is to teach simple and safe skills that can be applied appropriately. The course aims to provide the student with the key safety and rescue skills required to operate safely in a sheltered water environment and to be able to deal with common emergencies. These skills will then form the basis of all safety and rescue training throughout the BCU Scheme.

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Station 4: Climbing Leader Award
This award qualification trains and assesses candidates in the skills required to supervise climbers on purpose built artificial climbing walls and boulders. The Climbing Wall Award does not include the skills and techniques required to teach lead climbing.

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Station 5: Mountain leader MLT
This award trains and assesses candidates in the skills required to lead hillwalking groups in summer conditions on mountainous routes not requiring the planned use of a rope. Established in 1964, this was the first award created.

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Station 6: NGB Level 1
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Station 7: SPA Training Single Pitch
This award trains and assesses candidates in the skills required to supervise climbers on single pitch crags and climbing walls. Common activities undertaken by a Single Pitch Award holder will be roped climbing and bouldering. The Single Pitch Award does not include the skills and techniques required to teach lead climbing.

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Station 8: NGB Level 2
Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Outdoor Activity Leader
Alice Mees left UCLan in 2013 to take up a new position at Plas Y Brenin, the National Mountain Centre in Snowdonia, as a Centre Assistant. This job involves working in all areas of the centre and Alice now lives in the heart of Snowdonia. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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11: Sports Therapist

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: First Aid Level 1
This is provided to students on the Sports Therapy degree by The Society of Sports Therapists.

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Station 2: First Aid Level 2
This is provided to students on the Sports Therapy degree by The Society of Sports Therapists.

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Station 3: Sports Massage Level 3
The Level 3 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy (QCF) has been designed to provide you with the requisite knowledge, understanding and skills to work in an unsupervised capacity as a sports massage practitioner, with non-pathological (non-injured) tissue.

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Station 4: REPS Level 2 Gym Instructor
There are no pre-requisites to a Level 2 Gym qualification. The course will include theory and practical elements including Anatomy and Physiology, Components of Fitness, Designing an Exercise Programme and Professionalism. There are lots of different training providers offering courses, you can search for recognised entry qualifications and get more information on the Training Portal. Completion times and prices will vary depending on the training provider so we advise you to have a good look around to make sure that you select the course that's right for you.

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Sports Therapy
Graham Theobald progressed through our Foundation route to secure a First Class honours degree and now runs his own Sports Injury & Rehabilitation Clinic. The clinic opened a week after Graham completed his course and six years later he has around 4,000 clients. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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12: Physiotherapy

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: Working Internationally
The role of the Physiotherapist is far reaching and employment opportunities are available beyond the UK. It might be advisable to consider learning a new language to open up other opportunities overseas. This could be studied as a 7th module. There are several international recruiters that help facilitate employment abroad:

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Station 2: CSP Student Membership
Personalised Support, comprehensive information resources and representation for students.

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Physiotherapy
At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. After graduating from UCLan Lewis Hiney secured a position with Preston North End FC and now assists the Head Physiotherapist in assessment of injuries, massage and rehabilitation. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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13: Sports Marketing

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: Introductory Certificate in Marketing
The Introductory Certificate in Marketing is for all those who want to find out more about marketing - whether you've just left university/college or have started your first marketing job. It answers the question: what is marketing? It also aims to develop knowledge and skills for people who are working to support others in basic marketing tasks.

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Station 2: Introduction to Digital Marketing
Delivered through video, webinars and interactive workshops, these programmes are presented by digital marketing experts from around the world.

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Station 3: Google Analytics / Training & Certification
Google Analytics provides many educational resources. Whether you're new to analytics or an experienced user you'll find free videos and articles to help you get the most out of Google. Google Analytics is a service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about a website's traffic and traffic sources and measures conversions and sales.

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Sports Marketing
Sam Hopkinson graduated from the BA (Hons) Sports Development degree and went on to complete a Masters in Sport Management at UCLan. He now works as part of the Online Marketing Team at Manchester United FC. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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14: Facilities Manager

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: CIMPSA Membership
Join the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity and be a part of the only chartered professional body in the sport and physical activity sector. CIMSPA is the chartered professional development body for the UK's sport and physical activity sector. They provide leadership, support and empowerment for professionals working in sport and physical activity and a single unified voice for the sector. Backed by a Royal Charter they provide a range of additional training courses for your professional development.

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Station 2: CIMPSA Online Courses
The CIMSPA online training courses are exclusive to members and free to access. Each course has interactive content, which can be accessed flexibly and includes opportunities to check your knowledge and understanding. Dependant on your familiarity with the subject and your pace of learning, each training course will take approximately 60 minutes to complete and will be certificated on successful completion.

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Station 3: National Pool Plant Operators Certificate
This three-day course is the essential technical qualification for staff involved in day-to-day pool plant operation, or those responsible for plant management. If you would like to manage a facility with a pool then this would be a an excellent addition to your CV.

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Facilities Manager
Sports Coaching graduate Sarah Chalmers assists the Duty Manager with the efficient and safe operation of the entire VeloPark. Lee Valley is the only cycling venue in the world to have all four cycling disciplines in one venue. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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15: Sports Entrepreneur

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Station 1: Coaching and Mentoring (UCLan students)
Book an appointment with our Enterprise Champion to chat about developing your business/social venture ideas and get advice on which workshops to attend and how to research your business idea.

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Station 2: Pre-Start Workshops (UCLan students)
Attend workshops to prepare to start your business or social venture. Attendance will give you the best chance of creating a successful, sustainable business which fits with your own aspirations and needs.

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Station 3: Entrepreneurship Awards
The new Futures Student Entrepreneurship Award is a UCLan award for full-time, part-time, undergraduate and postgraduate students who are working on a business idea or enterprise project whilst studying. The award is up to £1,000.

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Sports Entrepreneur
At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. Kieron Fletcher started up Fundamental Coaching Ltd after graduating from the Division of Sports Coaching and Development UCLan in 2008. Have a look at his website to find out more about the fantastic work that he is currently doing.

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Tubemap

1: Community Sports Coach

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Emergency First Aid

For some UCLan students this is accessible on campus and further details are available via your Course Leader. Some level one NGB courses have this embedded. Please find out more by clicking on the link to gain an idea of the content included in these courses.

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Equity in Your Coaching

Everyone should have access to sport, regardless of gender, age, race, ability, faith or sexual orientation. This workshop will show you the best ways to make this a reality. Your tutor will give you practical advice on how to adapt your existing skills to make your coaching sessions attractive to everyone.

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Safeguarding and Protecting Children

Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

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NGB Level One

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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How to Coach Disabled People in Sport

Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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NGB Level Two

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NGB Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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Positive Behaviour Management in Sport

Every group develops different dynamics and every participant is a unique individual - making managing behaviour a challenging hands-on part of your job. If you work with young people in a school or club environment, this workshop's been designed for you.

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Mentoring Sports Coaches

Mentoring is a powerful tool in the education and development of sports coaches at all. If you're interested in developing your skills in the area of mentoring other coaches, then this workshop is for you.

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1: Community Sports Coach

Sam Holden has combined studying for his degree in sports development with working as a coach at Bolton Wanderers Community Trust. He has been involved a full time role at the club but is actually starting a PGCE in September. Sam has shown how hard work can lead to greater opportunities. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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2: Sports Development Officer

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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CIMSPA Membership

Join the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity and be a part of the only chartered professional body in the sport and physical activity sector. CIMSPA is the chartered professional development body for the UK's sport and physical activity sector. They provide leadership, support and empowerment for professionals working in sport and physical activity and a single unified voice for the sector. Backed by a Royal Charter they provide a range of additional training courses for your professional development.

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Club for All Workshop

An online course which identifies the benefits of including a wider membership base meaning more coaches, players, officials and increased revenue, improved eligibility for lottery funding and quality ratings such as Club Mark, whilst ensuring the involvement and support of the local community.

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Mentoring Sports Coaches

Mentoring is a powerful tool in the education and development of sports coaches at all. If you're interested in developing your skills in the area of mentoring other coaches, then this workshop is for you.

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2: Sports Development Worker

Northern Ireland Ladies football international Clare Carson graduated in 2011 with a degree in Sports Development. Clare currently works as an Irish Football Association (IFA) Primary School Development Worker in the Newry and Mourne area of Northern Ireland. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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3: Elite Sports Coach

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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NGB Level 2

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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ScUK workshops

Alongside NGB awards scUK offers a range of workshops that will help you develop your coaching ideas in a performance environment.

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NGB Level 3 Registration

Working in an elite environment or in a performance setting usually requires you to advance through the NGB qualification structure. You should ideally register for an NGB Level 3 to support your chances of employment in this area of sport.

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3: Elite Sports Coach

Ryan has used the knowledge gained on his course to secure a role at Blackpool FC and is now hoping to progress up the sporting ladder. He is now employed as the Head Academy Goalkeeper Coach at the club. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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4: PE Teacher

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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AfPE Membership

The Association for Physical Education (afPE) is the only physical education subject association in the UK. You can access a range of membership services to aid your development and progression in the PE teaching profession.

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How to Coach Disabled People in Sport

Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

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NGB Level 2

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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DfE online specialist advice

These live, interactive sessions provide a great opportunity to get your questions answered in real-time by our specialist advisers. Each event focuses on a specific discussion topic about teacher training - be it the different routes into teaching, how to make a successful application, or teaching a particular subject.

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Train to teach event

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4: PE Teacher

Rachael Wignall graduated with a first class degree in Sports Studies and is now pursuing her dream of becoming a Physical Education Secondary School teacher. From September to December 2013 Rachael undertook work experience at Lytham St Anne's Technology and Performing Arts College and is now completing her PGCE. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. http://uclansportsstudies.blogspot.co.uk/p/alumni.html

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5: Strength and Conditioning Coach

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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UKSCA Membership

Associate membership costs £60 per year and members receive a range of privileges including discounted workshops, conferences, access to liability insurance, quarterly journal and more.

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NGB Level 1

The text in the box needs altering as it reads for Level Two. Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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Safeguarding and Protecting Children

Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career.

Find out more

How to Coach Disabled People in Sport

Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

Find out more

REPS Level 2 Gym Instructor

There are no pre-requisites to a Level 2 Gym qualification. The course will include theory and practical elements including Anatomy and Physiology, Components of Fitness, Designing an Exercise Programme and Professionalism. There are lots of different training providers offering courses, you can search for recognised entry qualifications and get more information on the Training Portal. Completion times and prices will vary depending on the training provider so we advise you to have a good look around to make sure that you select the course that's right for you.

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NGB Level 2

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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REPS Level 3 Personal Trainer

Qualification Credit Framework or QCF. Furthermore if you want to become a Personal Trainer with Level 3 REPs recognition, this qualification will give you that status.20 CPD points are also allocated to candidates upon successful completion of this qualification. Once you have successfully completed and passed your Personal Trainer course, you will also be able to purchase professional insurance so that you can practice as a qualified Personal Trainer.

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Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) program was created in 1985 to identify individuals who possess the knowledge and skills to design and implement safe and effective strength and conditioning programs for athletes in a team setting. The credentialing program encourages a higher level of competence among practitioners and raises the quality of strength training and conditioning programs provided by those who are CSCS certified.

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UKSCA Membership Renewal

To continue to receive and make the most of your membership benefits please renew your membership. You can renew online.

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UKSCA Accreditation

Accredited membership costs £60 per year and members receive use of the letters ASCC after their name and entry to the National Register of S&C Coaches. Access to CPD activities designed specifically for Accredited S&C coaches is given, along with the right to participate in Association elections and referendums and the opportunity to represent the UKSCA as a speaker at the NSCA and ASCA annual conferences. This is in addition to the benefits of associated membership.

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5: Strength and Conditioning Coach

Ian Bentley works at UCLan as an Associate Lecturer after graduating from UCLan in 2007. He is an accredited member of the UKSCA and has a role at Wigan Warriors working as a strength and conditioning coach. He has previously worked with Paralympics GB in both strength and conditioning/sports science positions. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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6: Human Nutritionist and Personal Trainer

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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The Nutrition Society Membership

Membership is worldwide and is open to applicants with an interest in the science of human or animal nutrition and who support the Society's aim, 'to advance the scientific study of nutrition and its application to the maintenance of human and animal health.

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The Nutrition Society Membership Renewal

To continue to receive and make the most of your membership benefits and to be part of the Society's development please renew your membership. You can renew online.

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6: Human Nutritionist and Personal Trainers

Kate Henry a First Class Nutrition graduate from UCLan currently works for Orchard House Foods as a New Product Development Technologist. Her role is to predominantly aid in the development of prepared fruit products for M&S. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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7: Sports Scientist

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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BASES Membership

Become a BASES Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist through a nationally recognised quality assurance scheme. Accreditation is often an essential/desirable job requirement. BASES also runs a Supervised Experience scheme, which guides members towards accreditation.

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BASES Renewal

Renew your Bases membership on an annual basis and ensure you are up to date with industry development.

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7: Sports Scientist

Sam Marsh graduated with a Sports and Exercise Science Degree and is now the Managing Director of his own company called Jigsaw Fitness Ltd. Jigsaw design and build innovative fitness equipment designed for anyone from athletes to inactive people. He started the company during his 2nd year at UCLan in 2012 and currently has some very exciting clients including the English institute of Sport and Wigan Warriors RLFC. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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8: Performance Analyst

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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ISPAS Level 1

The International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport Level 1 accreditation is suitable for undergraduates with less than one year of working with a team, but are working in an appropriate setting. Competencies in video editing, coding templates, reliability testing and data analysis must be demonstrated.

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ISPAS Level 2

The International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport Level 2 accreditation is suitable for those with at least one years experience working with coaches solving specific problems.

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8: Performance Analyst

Graduates Aaron Briggs and John McGuigan now work at Manchester City FC. Aaron and John use expertise gained from using a match analysis programme as part of their degrees to prepare presentations aimed at assisting City's Academy squad in their pre and post-match briefings. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. http://uclancoaching.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/coaching-graduates-spread-their-wings.html

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9/10: Adventure Sports Coach/Outdoor Activity Leader

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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First Aid REC

REC was set up to provide a comprehensive training programme that extends the competency of the participants. This style of first aid training has been delivered by REC trainers throughout the UK and Europe for over 20 years.

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BCU Paddle Sport 2 Star

The BCU Two Star is an improvement award that helps paddlers develop fundamental paddlesport skills on flat water. The emphasis is on gaining a breadth of experience, creating the desired movement of the boat and developing an understanding into how the paddle, boat and water interact.

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Foundation Safety and Rescue

Fundamentally this course is designed for all paddlers irrespective of craft. The objective is to teach simple and safe skills that can be applied appropriately. The course aims to provide the student with the key safety and rescue skills required to operate safely in a sheltered water environment and to be able to deal with common emergencies. These skills will then form the basis of all safety and rescue training throughout the BCU Scheme.

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Climbing Leader Award

This award qualification trains and assesses candidates in the skills required to supervise climbers on purpose built artificial climbing walls and boulders. The Climbing Wall Award does not include the skills and techniques required to teach lead climbing.

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Mountain leader MLT

This award trains and assesses candidates in the skills required to lead hillwalking groups in summer conditions on mountainous routes not requiring the planned use of a rope. Established in 1964, this was the first award created.

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NGB Level 1

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level One courses are usually aimed at those assisting sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Two courses.

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SPA Training Single Pitch

This award trains and assesses candidates in the skills required to supervise climbers on single pitch crags and climbing walls. Common activities undertaken by a Single Pitch Award holder will be roped climbing and bouldering. The Single Pitch Award does not include the skills and techniques required to teach lead climbing.

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NGB Level 2

Coaching qualifications offer formal recognition of a 'fit-for-purpose' coach. This is someone that can coach a specific sport, or discipline, in a particular environment to a recognised standard as defined by the governing body. NBG Level Two courses are aimed at those leading coaching sessions and are a pre-requisite to NGB Level Three courses.

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9/10: Outdoor Activity Leader

Alice Mees left UCLan in 2013 to take up a new position at Plas Y Brenin, the National Mountain Centre in Snowdonia, as a Centre Assistant. This job involves working in all areas of the centre and Alice now lives in the heart of Snowdonia. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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11: Sports Therapist

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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First Aid Level 1

This is provided to students on the Sports Therapy degree by The Society of Sports Therapists.

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First Aid Level 2

This is provided to students on the Sports Therapy degree by The Society of Sports Therapists.

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Sports Massage Level 3

The Level 3 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy (QCF) has been designed to provide you with the requisite knowledge, understanding and skills to work in an unsupervised capacity as a sports massage practitioner, with non-pathological (non-injured) tissue.

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REPS Level 2 Gym Instructor

There are no pre-requisites to a Level 2 Gym qualification. The course will include theory and practical elements including Anatomy and Physiology, Components of Fitness, Designing an Exercise Programme and Professionalism. There are lots of different training providers offering courses, you can search for recognised entry qualifications and get more information on the Training Portal. Completion times and prices will vary depending on the training provider so we advise you to have a good look around to make sure that you select the course that's right for you.

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11: Sports Therapy

Graham Theobald progressed through our Foundation route to secure a First Class honours degree and now runs his own Sports Injury & Rehabilitation Clinic. The clinic opened a week after Graham completed his course and six years later he has around 4,000 clients. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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12: Physiotherapy

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Working Internationally

The role of the Physiotherapist is far reaching and employment opportunities are available beyond the UK. It might be advisable to consider learning a new language to open up other opportunities overseas. This could be studied as a 7th module. There are several international recruiters that help facilitate employment abroad:

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CSP Student Membership

Personalised Support, comprehensive information resources and representation for students.

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12: Physiotherapy

At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. After graduating from UCLan Lewis Hiney secured a position with Preston North End FC and now assists the Head Physiotherapist in assessment of injuries, massage and rehabilitation. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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13: Sports Marketing

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Introductory Certificate in Marketing

The Introductory Certificate in Marketing is for all those who want to find out more about marketing - whether you've just left university/college or have started your first marketing job. It answers the question: what is marketing? It also aims to develop knowledge and skills for people who are working to support others in basic marketing tasks.

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Introduction to Digital Marketing

Delivered through video, webinars and interactive workshops, these programmes are presented by digital marketing experts from around the world.

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Google Analytics / Training & Certification

Google Analytics provides many educational resources. Whether you're new to analytics or an experienced user you'll find free videos and articles to help you get the most out of Google. Google Analytics is a service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about a website's traffic and traffic sources and measures conversions and sales.

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13: Sports Marketing

Sam Hopkinson graduated from the BA (Hons) Sports Development degree and went on to complete a Masters in Sport Management at UCLan. He now works as part of the Online Marketing Team at Manchester United FC. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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14: Facilities Manager

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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CIMPSA Membership

Join the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity and be a part of the only chartered professional body in the sport and physical activity sector. CIMSPA is the chartered professional development body for the UK's sport and physical activity sector. They provide leadership, support and empowerment for professionals working in sport and physical activity and a single unified voice for the sector. Backed by a Royal Charter they provide a range of additional training courses for your professional development.

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CIMPSA Online Courses

The CIMSPA online training courses are exclusive to members and free to access. Each course has interactive content, which can be accessed flexibly and includes opportunities to check your knowledge and understanding. Dependant on your familiarity with the subject and your pace of learning, each training course will take approximately 60 minutes to complete and will be certificated on successful completion.

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National Pool Plant Operators Certificate

This three-day course is the essential technical qualification for staff involved in day-to-day pool plant operation, or those responsible for plant management. If you would like to manage a facility with a pool then this would be a an excellent addition to your CV.

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14: Facilities Manager

Sports Coaching graduate Sarah Chalmers assists the Duty Manager with the efficient and safe operation of the entire VeloPark. Lee Valley is the only cycling venue in the world to have all four cycling disciplines in one venue. At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area.

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15: Sports Entrepreneur

For further information about this role and other sports related positions please have a read over the job profiles on the National Careers Service website. You will find a whole range of useful tools and advice here to help you to begin to identify appropriate career options.

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Coaching and Mentoring (UCLan students)

Book an appointment with our Enterprise Champion to chat about developing your business/social venture ideas and get advice on which workshops to attend and how to research your business idea.

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Pre-Start Workshops (UCLan students)

Attend workshops to prepare to start your business or social venture. Attendance will give you the best chance of creating a successful, sustainable business which fits with your own aspirations and needs.

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Entrepreneurship Awards

The new Futures Student Entrepreneurship Award is a UCLan award for full-time, part-time, undergraduate and postgraduate students who are working on a business idea or enterprise project whilst studying. The award is up to £1,000.

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15: Sports Entrepreneur

At UCLan we have a number of graduates employed or training in this area. Kieron Fletcher started up Fundamental Coaching Ltd after graduating from the Division of Sports Coaching and Development UCLan in 2008. Have a look at his website to find out more about the fantastic work that he is currently doing.

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