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UNIT 26 - WORK EXPERIENCE IN SPORT

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Transcript of UNIT 26 - WORK EXPERIENCE IN SPORT

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Task 1
Task 2
Task 3
UNIT 26 - WORK EXPERIENCE IN SPORT
Introduction -Aims & Objectives
Recap the deadline for self -placement applications
Understand the structure of the unit
Recap the sectors and examples of roles within each
Generate an awareness of the provision of sport
Generate an understand of the differences between provision
Consider ideas for future careers/jobs in sport
Research organisations in relation to future careers/jobs
Gather research in preparing planning Learning Outcome 1
Complete extension activity (-if required)

Unit Overview
LO1 - Know about the opportunities from work-based experience in sport
LO2 - Be able to prepare for a work-based experience in sport
LO3 - Be able to undertake a work-based experience in sport
LO4 - Be able to review a work-based experience in sport
Sectors within Sport
• The Health and Fitness
• The Sport and Recreation
• Outdoor education
• Sport and Exercise Science
• Sport Development
• Sport Media

DISCUSS EXAMPLES OF EACH
Provision within Sport
Provided:

By
PRIVATE
PUBLIC
VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS
Brief Summary
Private: owned and run for profit (members usually pay on a monthly basis to belong.)

Public: owned by the public, local councils providing a 'sport for all'

Voluntary: run by volunteers for the good of the club.
Conclusion
Starter Activity
Familiarise yourself with the unit handbook
Using the table provided, discuss the objectives of private, public and voluntary organisation.
Using the table provided, discuss the funding opportunities of private, public and voluntary organisation.
Using the table provided, discuss the target customers of private, public and voluntary organisation
DEADLINE FOR WORK EXPERIENCE PLACEMENT FORMS
23RD September 9am
Starter task: Familarise yourself with the unit handbook
7 weeks to go!
Individual Task
This next task must be completed before you start Learning Outcome 1

List the careers/jobs you might want to do in the sports industry
Where can you do these locally? – Search the internet or the yellow pages, research the organisation, making a note of the name of the organisation, telephone number, address and email address, and the manager/owner etc.
Extension Activity
Provide a brief overview of the 4 organisations
Identify the sector they belong too
Identify whether they are PUBLIC, PRIVATE OR VOLUNTARY organisations
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