Sport at London South East Colleges (Bromley College) - UCAS

Course summary

HND Sport Year 2 entry only (Level 5) The purpose of the BTEC Higher National Diploma in Sport is to develop students as professional, self-reflecting individuals able to meet the demands of employers in the Sport sector and adapt to a constantly changing world. The qualifications aim to widen access to higher education and enhance career prospects in the sports industry. Students will gain a wide range of sector knowledge tied to practical skills gained in research, self study, directed study and workplace scenarios. HND Sport - Bromley Football Club Pathway Whilst studying the BTEC National Diploma in Sport students will have the opportunity to combine theoretical study with professional training sessions, providing them with the chance to train and play at the Bromley FC stadium, home of the professional development squad (u23s). As part of the coaching development programme students will play in the competitive suburban league and play regular fixtures against respective English Football League and Premier League teams. Students will have the opportunity to train daily and play competitive football supported by UEFA qualified coaches. The coaching development programme provides a springboard for talented young players to join Bromley Football Club’s 1st team squad and develop a career both on and off the field.


Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Sport (Community Sport & Physical Activity) Core Unit Mandatory - 23 Research Project (Pearson-set) 30 credit Core Unit Mandatory - 24 Entrepreneurism in Sport 15 credit Specialist Unit Mandatory - 27 Sport, Health and Society 15 credit Specialist Unit Mandatory - 28 Coaching Special Populations 15 credit Specialist Unit Mandatory - 29 Understanding & Evaluating Initiatives 15 credit Optional Unit - 34 Advanced Coaching 15 credit Optional Unit - 35 Teaching Practice 15 credit

Assessment method

Assessment Teaching and learning in BTEC Higher Nationals will be vocational, active, motivational and progressive. It will be closely linked to assessment, allowing development of skills, knowledge and attributes that will enable learners to complete your assessments. Lessons will have an emphasis on active learning, drawing upon the materials gained from the working environment or sports industry wherever possible. Examples of the learning strategies include: • Project work carried out as an individual or as part of a group • Work-based learning • Lectures and seminars • Workshops • Facilitated activities • Visits to employers • Field trips • Visiting speakers from the sports industry Many of the units are practical in nature, giving students the opportunity to tackle ‘real life’ examples to apply their skills and knowledge to case studies or projects. The College’s virtual learning environment enables students to engage in online delivery through a blended learning approach combined with face-to-face learning. Pearson BTECs combine a student-centred approach with a flexible, unit-based structure. Students will be required to apply their knowledge to a variety of assignments and activities, with a focus on the holistic development of practical, interpersonal and higher-level thinking skills. Assessment reflects not only what learners know but also what they can do to succeed in employment and higher education in an ethical manner. Pearson BTEC Higher Nationals require students to produce a wide variety of different forms of assessment evidence to meet the learning outcomes being assessed. For many units, the practical demonstration of skills is necessary and, for others, students will need to carry out their own research and analysis, working independently or as part of a team. BTEC Higher Nationals in Sport are assessed using a combination of internally assessed centre-devised internal assignments (which are set and marked by College) and internally assessed Pearson-set assignments (which are set by Pearson and marked by the College). Pearson-set assignments are mandatory and target particular industry-specific skills.

How to apply

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 2

Entry requirements for advanced entry (i.e. into Year 2 and beyond)

Learners will be able to progress onto the Higher National Diploma after successful completion of the Higher National Certificate in Sport (Community Sport & Physical Activity).

International applicants

We do not have provision for international students who require a Tier 4 Licence

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Qualification requirements

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Tuition fee status depends on a number of criteria and varies according to where in the UK you will study. For further guidance on the criteria for home or overseas tuition fees, please refer to the UKCISA website .

Additional fee information

Please visit our website for further information relating to fees and finance. Fees will vary for international and EU students; please email [email protected] if you have any queries about fees. We welcome applications from international students, but please note that the College is unable to sponsor students requiring a Tier 4 student visa.
Sport at London South East Colleges (Bromley College) - UCAS