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16 to 19 study programmes are also relevant to 19 to 24 year olds with an education, health and care (EHC) plan
Sports courses lead to further education, higher education, apprenticeships and jobs including:
Events manager - organise and run promotional, business and social events
Fitness instructor - organise exercise programmes to improve people's health and fitness
Health trainer - promote healthy living and help people make healthier lifestyle choices
Leisure centre assistants - help and supervise visitors using leisure centre facilities
Outdoor activities instructors - lead trips and teach skills in activities like hill walking, climbing, canoeing, skiing and snowboarding
Physical education (PE) teachers - work in schools and colleges, teaching sport and fitness to young people
Personal trainers - work with clients to improve their health and fitness
Sports coaches - teach sports skills to individuals and teams of all abilities
Sport & exercise psychologists - work with athletes, teams and coaches to improve their motivation and performance
Sports physiotherapists - diagnose and treat sports injuries
Sports professionals - are skilled and talented sportsmen and sportswomen, who are paid to compete in their chosen sport
Sports scientists - use knowledge of how the body works to help people improve their health or sporting ability
Take a look at our Sports Study Programmes here:
Catering courses lead to further education, higher education, apprenticeships and jobs including:
Baker - make bread, cakes and pastries using machines or by hand
Butcher - prepare and sell meat and poultry, and make meat products like sausages, burgers and pies
Chef - prepare, cook and present food in hotels, bars and restaurants
Food manufacturing inspector - make sure companies meet hygiene and safety standards, and that products are safe to eat
Food scientist or technologist - develop food and drink products, making sure they are safe to consume
Food trader - run own business, serving customers food and drinks from a stall or van
Kitchen assistant - prepare food, make sure chefs have everything they need and keep the kitchen clean
Teacher - teach basic food preparation and cooking skills
Waitering - serving food and drinks to customers in restaurants and cafes, take orders and handle payments
Take a look at our Catering Programmes here:
Construction courses lead to further education, higher education, apprenticeships and jobs in the construction industry.
Construction Course Information Coming Soon