Our Sport live event is now over, feel free to watch the recording!
Be a part of the exciting world of Sport, Health, and Fitness. Our courses offer a variety of pathways into this ever-changing and growing sector. Develop skills in analysing, evaluating performance, and practical fitness.
Through both our Level 3 Extended Certificate (1 A-level equivalent) and Sport Diploma (2 A-level equivalent), you'll dive into a well-rounded mixture of inspiring modules such as Anatomy, Physiology, and Fitness Testing. Meanwhile, through the Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Wellbeing unit, you'll develop professional health and fitness programmes for various clients.
Grasp every opportunity that comes your way; enhance your C.V. with additional coaching qualifications and voluntary work experience.
Both courses require you to have achieved 5 GCSE Grade 4s (or equivalent) including English Language (or Literature at 4 and Language at 3).
Our Sports teachers have a wealth of sport, exercise and coaching expertise.
They come from a wide range of industry and educational backgrounds which is shared across all courses, ensuring that you learn from real-world knowledge and experience.
Take a look at these recordings from our previous Live Events.
Hear our subject specialists talk about different aspects of the courses and answering questions from other students interested in studying Sport at St Brendan's.
Virtual Open Day Sport
'I chose to study Sport because I have always had a keen interest in it. I've enjoyed the practicality of the subject and getting to know more about the sports industry; it's definitely taught me a lot about my future potential within the world of sport.
After my time at St Brendan's, I'm hoping to move on to an Apprenticeship based around Management of Sports and Creative Media.'
Bessie Studied: Sport, Music Technology and Music Performing
After St Brendan’s I went on to study Sport & Exercise Science at The University of Bath.
During my placement year, I worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Royal Russell School and as a Sports Science Consultant. It also gave me the opportunity to be involved in conducting research for articles published in The Telegraph on topics such as the 'vegan diet', which has inspired me to start my own blog focusing on running, health and fitness.
The career support I received at St Brendan’s was one of the main reasons I decided to choose Sport & Exercise Science. I also received a lot of support and advice with my personal statement when applying, which really helped my application and resulted in getting my first choice of university.
Tom studied: Sport, Biology, Psychology and an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification)
BTEC Level 3 Sport is a nationally recognised A-level standard course that facilitates employment within the industry due to its vocational relevance and emphasis on the development of employability skills.
Many St Brendan’s students have used the course to progress on to Higher Education where there are many foundations and full degrees in a range of sporting disciplines. Employment in the Leisure and Recreation industry could include a wide variety of careers such as Teacher, Sports Therapy, Sports Development Officer, Community Coach, Fitness Instruction, Supervisor/Trainee Manager, Sports Organiser or employment in other fields of sport & leisure.
Every year our dedicated Careers Teams arrange Careers Fairs and sector-specific events for students to explore all of their options. They also arrange talks from industry experts and St Brendan's Alumni.
Throughout your time at St Brendan's, the Careers Team door is always open for one-to-one appointments and advice and guidance.