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1st4sport Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Multi-Skills Development in Sport
This qualification has been extended until 31 August 2024
This qualification has been extended until 31 August 2024 to allow for review.
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- SFA/LAD funding code
- Required age
- 16 +
- Guided learning hours
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- Qualification review date
- Certification end date
The 1st4sport Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Multi-Skills Development in Sport qualifies your learners to work as independent multi-skills development coaches in sport and physical activity.
Through the planning, delivery and review of a series of linked and progressive coaching sessions, they will gain an indispensable understanding of and the skills to apply the principles of fundamental movement skills and fundamental sports skills to their sessions, essential to supporting people to develop sustainable active habits and achieve their goals.
If your learners are ready to take on responsibility for the ongoing development of participants of various ages in this area, or if they work in Physical Education and School Sport across the curriculum, this qualification is a great next step.
Holders of this qualification are able to progress onto a wide range of Level 2 sports-specific qualifications. The skills and knowledge developed may be used to enable learners to progress to other industry-relevant qualifications such as activity leadership, supporting PE in school sport and sports development.
This qualification may lead to paid employment or unpaid voluntary roles in coaching multi-skills, either working independently or as part of a coaching team. The learner should not be deployed independently in this role until the age of 18. Other roles the learner may consider exploring include Activity Leader, Official and Sports Volunteer.