Contribution of sport to emplyability

Football Employability Programme

  • Organisation: Middlesbrough College
  • Theme: Contribution of Sport to Employability
  • When: Since 2017
  • Scope: Middlehaven (UK)

Topic: Validation of non-formal and informal learning / Awareness raising campaign / Guidance towards recognition & assessment of skills / Sport and Employability

Sector: Generic / Youth / Sport oriented

Funding: -

Context: -

Brief description of the initiative (aim and activities): The 15 weeks course include delivery on key employability skills, which are required to get a job, through the medium of football.

There are no specific entry requirements for this course.

Sports students will learn theoretical based study in the classroom, whilst taking part in a range of sport and fitness activities. Taught by specialist tutors and coaches, many of which are ex professionals in their field, you’ll benefit from fantastic facilities including an AstroTurf pitch, a strength and conditioning suite and a physiology lab.

Target: -

Main results: -

Factors of success: Delivery of an official diploma => Middlesbrough College Certificate

Barriers overcome: -

Website/contact: https://www.mbro.ac.uk/career-choices/course/18806-C504-Football-Employability-Programme

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