This qualification is designed to support progression to employment and university. It supports learners as the transferable knowledge, understanding and skills will give learners an advantage in applying for a range of Higher Apprenticeships such as sport and fitness training, coaching, and sports performance research.
The qualification is recognised by higher education providers as meeting admission requirements for many relevant sports and sport-related courses. Taken alongside an A Level in Sociology, it could lead to a BSc (Hons) in Sport and Social Science.
For example, Physiotherapist, Sports Psychologist, Sports Analyst, Coach, Biochemist, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Osteopath, Personal Trainer, Teaching, Sports Scientist, Physical Rehab, Mental Health Professional, Sports Statistician.