5WBS0003 Enhancing your Academic and Professional Portfolio (Lvl 5) (Online)
About the course
Suitable for high performing athletes, coaches, development professionals, managers and support staff. We have students on the BSc Business and Sport Management from an array of sports, including professional cricket, football and rugby players. Also athletes that have represented their sport in International competition including summer and winter Olympics.
This course intends to improve your confidence for Higher Education. While also developing your knowledge of Business and Sport Management concepts and honing key professional skills and attributes.
Who should attend this course?
This 100% online module is developed exclusively for sports professionals and high performance athletes offering the opportunity to study this personal development module alongside your career.
This module aims to provide opportunities for the transfer academic and vocational learning into a work-related setting, and vice versa to bring work-place skills and issues into the academic and vocational learning environment. Thus, the course should help to develop good evidence based working practices, and enhance associated knowledge and skills, with a view to improving both student employability and critical reflective practice. This module will also offer an array of potential opportunities for continuing development of their personal transferable skills.
In addition this course is directed toward preparing students for a future research project. Students are introduced to research traditions and philosophies within the context of business and sport. The concept of research design is explored, with an emphasis on the role of literature in informing a realistic research proposal. Both quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection and analysis will be examined.
2020/21 price for 15 credits: £755
2020/21 price for 30 credits: £1510
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