ERIC Number: ED389842
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Sport & Recreation--Organising Activities, Levels 1-2. Sport & Recreation--Coaching, Level 3. Sport & Recreation--Facility Operations, Levels 2-4. Sport & Recreation--Sports Development, Levels 3-4. National Vocational Qualifications.
Business and Technology Education Council, London (England).
Britain's National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) are work qualifications that measure what an employee or potential employee can do as well as how much he or she knows and understands about a particular job. Used as written proof of usable workplace skills that can be put to profitable use by an employer, NVQs range from basic Level 1, for everyday routine tasks, up to Level 5 professional skills, providing a way to develop skills and build a career ladder that benefits both employer and employee. This packet contains NVQ competency lists for the following areas of sports and recreation occupations: (1) organizing activities, levels 1-2 (coaching and activity delivery for adults and children); (2) coaching, level 3 (coaching adults, children, and participants with disabilities); (3) facility operations, levels 2-4 (sport and recreation supervision and management); and (4) sports development, levels 3-4 (sports and recreation development and management of sports development. (KC)
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Athletic Equipment, Athletic Fields, Athletics, Certification, Competence, Competency Based Education, Credentials, Educational Certificates, Employment Qualifications, Foreign Countries, Job Skills, Lifetime Sports, On the Job Training, Outdoor Activities, Physical Education Facilities, Postsecondary Education, Recreation, Recreational Activities, Recreational Facilities, Recreational Programs, Standards, Therapeutic Recreation
SPS (BTEC Order Dept.) Airfield Industrial Estate, Warboys, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE17 2TB, England, United Kingdom (order codes: Z-185-4, Z-184-4, Z-183-4, Z-182-4).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Business and Technology Education Council, London (England).