The Level 3 Community Sport and Health Officer apprenticeship is approximately 18 months in duration (16 months training and 2 months EPA) and is aimed at individuals working in a sport development role for an organisation looking to initiate behaviour change within a community through sport and physical activity. This apprenticeship will support individuals who organise and deliver programmes in the community that focus on promoting behavioural change through sport and physical activity provision.
Primary roles of a Community Sport and Health Officer apprentice:
- Plan and organise community events.
- Practical experience of how to develop and devise appropriate sports or physical activity programmes.
- Collaborative work with a network of partners/stakeholders.
Training is delivered by our team of qualified tutors at your workplace or another suitable venue and remote sessions as required. Learners are supported to achieve the Community Sport and Health Officer apprenticeship criteria via the use of support resources and optional e-learning modules.
If required, learners will also be supported by their tutor to gain Level 1 or 2 Functional Skills in English and Maths.
The Level 3 Community Sport and Health Officer apprenticeship is designed to develop individuals who can initiate behaviour change in local residents through engagement in sport and physical activity, in line with business and project objectives.
Individuals will gain an understanding of the sport and physical activity landscape and will scope, organise and coordinate the delivery of projects and opportunities for local communities to get or remain physically active.
Teaching & Learning
Ongoing Assessment of KSBs
Tracking of Progress & OTJ Training
Internal Quality Assurance
End Point Assessment
Completion & Certification
"My apprenticeship opened the door for me to be able to become a community role model within my local area. I have come into the apprenticeship as a Community Sport and Health Officer, with coaching experience and I am leaving the apprenticeship with a full-time title at Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust as a health delivery officer, with lots of new experiences, skills and knowledge gained. I am grateful for the opportunity to have an apprenticeship with Sport Structures as I have been able to work towards my career goals whilst completing my apprenticeship, and without it, I do not know whether I would have managed to take that first step into the spporting industry."
Georgia Grou | Wycombe Wanderers Foundation
Contract Requirements and Training Costs
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