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1st4sport Level 2 Award in Multi-Skills Development in Sport (QCF)

An opportunity to access a blended approach to the Level 2 Multi-skills course with Sport Structures.

Polo Farm sports club, Littlebourne road, Canterbury, Kent, CT3 4AF

1st4sport Level 2 Award in Multi-Skills Development in Sport (QCF)

Sport Structures have confirmed their next Multi-skills Level 2 course, delivered as a blend of online and face to face learning.

**Prior to the virtual classroom sessions there is online learning to be completed between 5-12 January **

The face to face practical and assessment sessions will be delivered at Polo Farm Sports Club, Canterbury (date tbc)

Course description

This qualification is designed to prepare learners for deployment as independent coaches of multi-skills and physical activity and will introduce learners to the principles of coaching fundamental movement skills and sport specific skills. The concluding assessment will evaluate the planning, delivery and review of a series of linked and progressive coaching sessions. The qualification is recognised as the industry standard Level 2 Multi-Skills coaching qualification, alongside the Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Multi-Skills Development in Sport, which is a larger coaching qualification.

Who is the course for?

The award attracts existing coaches, teachers, teaching assistants and volunteers in sport.

The qualification is designed for those who wish to deliver multi-skills as an independent coach from the age of 18 (the learner would require support prior to turning 18) and wish to take responsibility for the ongoing development of participants at a variety of ages in this area.

What's the value of this course?

A Level 2 multi-skills coach will be able to apply this knowledge to plan, deliver and review sessions purely linked to the development of fundamental movement skills or sport-specific skills. This qualification is usually a key requirement to be able to coach multi-skills in a school environment.

More information and the booking link is available below, please note this a difference between the Award and the Certificate.

Multi-Skills L2 certificate details can be found here:

Multi-skills L2 award details can be found here:


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