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The Sports Coaching Level 4 Apprenticeship is designed for Apprentices who have a designated apprenticeship place in a work-based context. Apprentices will typically spend 18 months working on the programme before undertaking their End Point Assessment with an External Accredited Apprenticeship assessor. The minimum length of any Apprenticeship is 12 months.
Apprentices will undertake a Skills Scan when starting the course to identify areas of strength and areas for development. Each Apprentice will have a personalised learning plan to complete. Progress on this plan will be monitored via 1-hour long tutorials every four weeks. Apprentices will access learning materials via the university’s VLE – moodle. In order to access the materials, they need to complete their learning plan.
Apprentices complete a core set of standards or duties and then choose to complete one of the following options:
- Community Coaching
- School Based Coaching
Their choice will be made based on their work location. There will be some whole cohort teaching onsite as appropriate, so that apprentices can form an effective peer group.
You could take your skills into graduate roles in sport development, Teaching Physical Education, management, entrepreneurship, sports marketing, retail, recruitment or sales.
Or you could work in health and physical education with different demographics groups, from young children to the elderly, or in formal and informal settings in schools, after-school and play locations. Our graduates have also acquired roles within recruitment, accounting, management, sales and entrepreneurship that highlights the skills and attributes developed within the degree are transferable to a broad range of employment.
Our careers team is available to support you from the start of your studies until after you graduate. They will help you build your CV, prepare for interviews, and meet and learn from successful graduates working at the top of their careers. You’ll also have opportunities to work with our partners across London and beyond, and to attend a Roehampton jobs fair where you can find out about graduate opportunities and meet employers.
How to apply
Employers – If you are an employer and would like to offer apprenticeships at your organisation, please get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can provide you with all the information and guidance you need to set these up.
Student – If you are interested in completing this apprenticeship yourself, please speak to your employer to see if they offer an apprenticeship programme. We would be more than happy to speak to them about setting one up, so please do ask them to get in touch with us if they don’t have something in place.