University of Central Lancashire
Strength and Conditioning
The scientific underpinning of the course ensures the development of the correct ratio of academic theory and field-based coaching skills. You will cover topics that mirror the industry standards of British Weight Lifting and UK Strength and Conditioning Association and will gain specific skills to become competent advanced strength and conditioning coaches and weight lifting coaches.
2.2 Honours degree or above in sport science, strength and conditioning or other sport related degree. Applicants must gained enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) before beginning the course.
Modules include: The professional coach; strength training; advanced conditioning; recovery and nutrition; training theory and methodology; performance testing and analysis; project.
Assessment is based on: Written reports; demonstration of competency; portfolio submission.
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|MSc||Mixed mode||-||1 years|
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