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Sport BTEC L 3 Sport Unit 26 Work experience in sport © Pearson Education Sport BTEC L 3 Sport Unit 26 Work experience in sport © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Learning Outcomes On completion of this unit you should: Know about the opportunities Sport Learning Outcomes On completion of this unit you should: Know about the opportunities for work-based experience in sport Be able to prepare for a work-based experience in sport Be able to undertake a work-based experience in sport Be able to review a work-based experience in sport © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Task 1 • Carry out research to find out about four realistic job Sport Task 1 • Carry out research to find out about four realistic job roles that you would be interested in • Examine a range of sports providers and the different job roles in each before you make your decision • Prepare a report that describes (P 1), explains (M 1) and evaluates (D 1) the opportunities you have found to take part in an appropriate workbased experience in sport © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Identify as many occupations as you can within the sports industry © Pearson Sport Identify as many occupations as you can within the sports industry © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport • What sector is the provider in (Public/Private/Voluntary) • What is the structure Sport • What sector is the provider in (Public/Private/Voluntary) • What is the structure of the provider (local/regional/national? ) • How is the provider funded? • What job types does the provider employ? • What qualifications are required? • What skills are required? (Technical & Personal) • Are there any legal regulations that need to be adhered to? • What are the job roles & responsibilities of the position that you have identified? • What (if any) progression opportunities exist? © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Jobs in the Health and Fitness Sector © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport Jobs in the Health and Fitness Sector © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Jobs in Sport and Recreation © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport Jobs in Sport and Recreation © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Jobs in the Outdoor Education Centre © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport Jobs in the Outdoor Education Centre © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Preparation for a Work Placement Consider the types of roles and responsibilities What Sport Preparation for a Work Placement Consider the types of roles and responsibilities What skills will you need? What qualities will you need to possess? What are your likes? What are your dislikes? Timekeeping Deadlines Travel Hours © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Task 2 Select one of your chosen job roles and apply for a Sport Task 2 Select one of your chosen job roles and apply for a work placement. Set yourself targets for achieving a placement of your choice. To do this you will need to: • • Write a detailed action plan using SMART targets Write a CV Write a letter of application Write a personal statement - what makes you suitable for a work experience placement with your chosen provider? • You will also need to identify and justify the targets that you have set and give suggestions as to how they may be achieved © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Application Process • Job Specification • Curriculum Vitae • Personal Statement • Letter Sport Application Process • Job Specification • Curriculum Vitae • Personal Statement • Letter of Application • Application form • Telephone Calls • Interview © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport SMART Targets © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport SMART Targets © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Curriculum Vitae • A Curriculum Vitae is way to market yourself, therefore your Sport Curriculum Vitae • A Curriculum Vitae is way to market yourself, therefore your C. V should stand out from the crowd © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Curriculum Vitae Your C. V. should include… • Personal Details • Personal statement? Sport Curriculum Vitae Your C. V. should include… • Personal Details • Personal statement? • Current employment and position • Previous employment • Key personal skills • Education and qualifications • Training or work-related courses • Leisure interests • Referees © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Curriculum Vitae • View the sample C. V. ’s • Discuss in pairs Sport Curriculum Vitae • View the sample C. V. ’s • Discuss in pairs the strengths and weaknesses of each • Consider which would be the most suitable format for you • Prepare a C. V. for the next session © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport CV template © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport CV template © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Application Letter & Personal Statements • Your opportunity to sell yourself • Appearance Sport Application Letter & Personal Statements • Your opportunity to sell yourself • Appearance is everything • Professional • Details, Details • Highlight your skills and experience • Do not waffle! © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Covering letter © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport Covering letter © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Job description © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport Job description © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Sport Interview question types © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Sport Interview question types © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010

Placement Diary – Task 3 • You must complete a daily diary • Your Placement Diary – Task 3 • You must complete a daily diary • Your diary should include details of tasks and events • Your diary should offer a personal account of your thoughts and feelings about your performance • Highlight where you have performed particularly well and aspects that you would like to improve • You should also try to collect some photos etc of your placement

On Placement • While on work experience, remember you are an ambassador for Calderdale On Placement • While on work experience, remember you are an ambassador for Calderdale College • This experience will give you the opportunity to find out what this particular type of work is like, and hopefully, will help you decide on the job you would like to do when you leave college

On Placement • You are expected to be at work on time each morning On Placement • You are expected to be at work on time each morning so it is important to plan your transport arrangements carefully. Make sure you have sufficient money for fares each day • Punctuality is also important after morning, lunch and afternoon breaks • Check with the employer as to a suitable dress standard for the job. Whatever job you are doing, you should be neat and tidy • Don’t be shy about taking your lunch to work, it is expensive to buy each day. You will not be paid during your work experience • Have you informed the employer about any medical conditions that they should be aware of? Do you have contact numbers in case of emergency (college and parent)?

On Placement • Become involved with what you are doing - be willing and On Placement • Become involved with what you are doing - be willing and cheerful • Ask questions if you do not understand • Listen carefully to instructions • If you do make a mistake, don’t be afraid to ask for help • Always be polite and courteous to people with whom you are working • Be careful if you are using machines - be aware of danger and keep your mind on your work • Be realistic about your expectations of the work. Don’t expect to be the boss on your first day!

What to do if… You are sick or running late • Contact your employer What to do if… You are sick or running late • Contact your employer and the College a. s. a. p. (01422 357357) and explain the circumstances. • Ensure you speak to one of your tutors - Justin Magner, Tim Smart or Jade Curry You have an accident at work • Report it to the College (01422 357357) and your employer immediately

Tutor Visit • If possible, a tutor will visit you during your work experience Tutor Visit • If possible, a tutor will visit you during your work experience placement • You will be able to discuss your job and any problems you may have • The tutor will also speak with your employer. If you are in need of any advice before your tutor has visited you, contact Jade on 01422 357357 • The tutor will bring an evaluation sheet for the employer to complete

Evaluation – Task 4 You should provide a written review of your work experience Evaluation – Task 4 You should provide a written review of your work experience placement identifying and explaining strengths and any areas for improvement You should identify and justify future targets using an action plan to develop your skills and experience for a career with your chosen provider