School Sports Coach - Level 4
Collaborate with teachers to develop pupils’ mastery of psychomotor skills by applying a whole child approach in their coaching.
Why you should consider an apprenticeship:
Hire a new apprentice
- Develop a new member of staff to align with your organisation’s values and principles
- Grow a new role with someone who has new ideas and enthusiasm
- Bring in new skills or support existing staff with greater capacity
- Move your organisation forward economically
Upskill an existing staff member:
- Provide CPD and qualification opportunities
- Support career progression Increase staff retention
- Increase productivity with staff learning new skills to support their current role
About the apprenticeship
Duration: 18 months. 20% of their time ‘off the job’ to complete their apprenticeship
Qualifications: Where an apprentice has not already achieved grade 4 (C) or above in English and Maths, they must do so before taking the end-point assessment.
Experience: The broad purpose of the Sport Coach occupation is to use extensive technical and tactical sports knowledge and skills to design and deliver coaching programmes that engage, motivate and evolve participants’ skills and performance.
Skills: School sport coaches profile children’s cognitive, social, emotional and physical development needs. They measure psychomotor, technical and tactical skills in a range of physical activity contexts drawn from the Department for Education’s National Curriculum to enable physical education targets to be agreed.