LEED 2006 - Developing Coaching and Employment Opportunities in Sport
Module Code: LEED 2006
Aimed at: Level 2 and 3 Students
Module Credits: 10
Teaching period: Semester 2
This 10 credit module provides you with the opportunity to perform an applied coaching placement within a recognised sports club allowing you to develop identify and reflect upon the skills required. This module is designed to enable students to develop their knowledge and understanding of the coaching process from an applied perspective and attain an understanding of the employability skills that you gain from this type of placement experience. You will also gain an understanding of some of the ethical issues surrounding participation.
The focus enables the student to acquire appropriate levels of knowledge that can be applied to a coaching environment and will underpin the assessment of vocational competence as ‘added value’ to their degree programme.
Designated a Special Skills module and so available to students across all degree programmes, this module is normally taken by level 2 and 3 students.
If you are a returning student you should enrol for this module online; following enrolment you will receive an email from Sport & Physical Activity requesting further information about your chosen activity. You will also need to complete a CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check, ideally before you leave University for the summer vacation or your placement could be delayed.
Module Enrolment dates for 2013/2014 are as follows:
Optional modules - (Sport & Exercise Science students)
Mon 10 June - Fri 16 Aug for undergraduate students going into Year 3
Tues 11 June - Fri 16 Aug for undergraduate students going into Year 2
Wed 28 Aug - Thurs 26 Sept for undergraduate students going into Year 1
Elective Modules – (all other students)
Mon 8 July - Fri 16 Aug
For more information, go to the Module Catalogue Page or contact Gawaine Hogg ( G.D.Hogg@leeds.ac.uk )