Launched in 2010 this programme combines practical sports coaching and work based learning with the theory of management in the sport development and community development sectors.
Students will gain expertise in sport development, community development, project management and marketing as well as working with diverse community groups.
The main aims of the course are:
Placement opportunities can include schools coaching, youth centres, events or one of our prestigious Premier League projects such as Premier League Kicks and Premier League 4 Sport.
The learning, teaching and assessment approaches used throughout your programme will encourage you to be actively involved in your own learning and to co-operate with other students. We aim to give you prompt feedback on your learning as well as opportunities to reflect upon and learn from that feedback.
The widgets below show our Key Information Set (KIS) for studying full time or part time on this course. The KIS is an official overview of comparable information on higher education courses for prospective students.
Every taught course leading to a Middlesex University qualification has a programme specification which provides a concise summary of the main features of the course. The programme specification describes the learning outcomes that a typical student can expect to achieve if they take full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided, as well as including information on content, structure, criteria for admission and on the learning, teaching and assessment methods.
Each programme specification therefore contains information about what students will achieve (the learning outcomes), what they will study (which modules), how they are taught (the teaching and learning methods), and how the learning will be measured and assessed (assessment methods).
Please click here to download the programme specification. (PDF File)
Year 1(30 credits each)THF41 - Professional Practice & Study SkillsTHF44 - Placement 1THF46 - Sport & Community DevelopmentTHF47 - Fundamentals of Coaching
Year 2(30 credits each)THF51 - Professional Practice & Research MethodsTHF54 - Placement 2THF56 - Sports Marketing & ManagementTHF57 - Equalities & Inclusion
Applications should be made to UCAS – the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. The institution code for Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is T60, and the code name is THF. The course code is L540.
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