Year 1 Sport and Exercise Science Pathway - Functional anatomy, Applied Sport and Exercise psychology, Specialised fitness testing and an optional unit of the students choice from a range of sport and exercise science topics.
Year 1 Sport (Coaching) Pathway - Anatomy and Physiology, Fitness training and programming for health, sport and well-being, Professional development in the sports industry and an optional unit of the students choice from a range of sport coaching topics.
Year 2 - Student will progress onto the Level 3 Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science or Level 3 Diploma in Sport and choose subjects to suit their chosen career or university pathway.
Duration and Delivery
Information regarding specific course charges, equipment, kit and materials, day of attendance and enrolment date will be given at advice and guidance sessions. Early application is advisable as this course is popular
Kingston College Triumph in Badminton at AoC Sport Regional Championships 2018 +Kingston College took part in the AoC Sport London Regional Badminton tournament held at University of East London Sports Dock on Friday 16th November 2018. We entered the maximum of three male students and three female students who regularly attend the KC Active extracurricular training sessions. The students had to maintain good academic performance to secure permission from their course leader to take the time out to attend the competition. Kingston College have competed successfully at the Regional competitions for the last 3 years progressing to the Nationals. The competition qualifies the top three male and top three female players to be selected to represent the London region at the 2019 National Championships being held in Nottingham in April 2019. Kingston College played consistently and worked hard to scoop 1st, 2nd and 3rd in both the Men’s competition and the Women’s competition. The first placed male was Marcos Castro-Costeira and in second place was Mohammed Fayzi who are both studying Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Sport and Exercise Sciences. In third place for the men’s competition was Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in IT student Shaikh Munim. In the Women’s competition Kingston College was represented by Mikko… Read More