Case Law in Physical Education and School Sport
112 real life case studies - ideal for discussion and assignments.
The Law and School Sport - a training resource
Featuring a selection a fascinating case studies and legal cases relating to sport. This comprehensive resource brings to light the relevant legal issues that must be considered when managing risk within lessons and out-of-hours activities.
Ideal for training your PE tutors and Sports teachers in best teaching practice and making them aware of the legal issues and risks when running sport and PE activities in and after school.
This is a key resource for all those working with young people in sport in the UK.
- Author: afPE, Peter Whitlam
- Copyright Year: 2004
- ISBN: 1902523776
- Length: 300 pages
Peter Whitlam holds higher degrees in law and physical education. He has substantial experience of teaching physical education in the Primary, Secondary and Higher education sectors. He was a senior inspector with a LEA before becoming General Secretary to Baalpe and an independent consultant. He is currently the Project manager for health and safety with Baalpe. He is the Co-author of Safe Practice in Physical Education and School Sport (baalpe 2004) and has contributed to publications on risk assessment in Physical education and school sport. He also tutors a university course on Sports Law at Oxford Brookes. He was a member of the NOF Committee for physical education and school sport and the QCA Steering Commitee for the National Project in Physical Education. Peter is a trained legal expert witness and an Ofsted inspector.
The Association for Physical Education (afPE) is a subject association devoted to maintaining high standards and safe practice in all aspects and at all levels of physical education and school sport and, uniquely, is a licensed provider for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the subject. The new association was launched in March 2006 (both baalpe and PEA UK dissolved in order to form afPE) and provides quality-assured membership services, employment support and resources. For more information and for details on how to become a member, visit www.afpe.org.uk.