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Information Seminar for Advanced Diploma in Sport Coaching and Performance/ Advanced Diploma in Sport Injury Prevention and Management/ Advanced Diploma in Recreation and Sports Management
- Sports, Exercise and Recreation Management
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- Date & time
- 10Jun 2022 (Fri)13:00 - 14:00 Free
- Cherry Kong (Programme Manager, HKU SPACE)
- 2587 3154 (email@example.com)
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|10 June 2022||1:00pm - 2:00pm||Zoom Conference (Will have Q&A Session)|
Advanced Diploma in Sport Coaching and Performance:
This programme aims to provide students with cutting-edge information and practical experience to pursue a coaching career in youth sports, tertiary and Olympic or professional sports. Students in the programme will learn current practices in sport identification and development, coaching methodology, sport psychology, applied biomechanics, strength and conditioning, application of research, and the administration of sport programs. It will enhance their understanding of coaching programming to meet the specific needs of clients that they are supervising in the community.
Advanced Diploma in Sport Injury Prevention and Management:
The overall aim of the programme is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to develop expertise in the management of injury arising from vigorous exercise and sport. It is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of sport injuries, preventative measures and sport injury management so that they can assist themselves and guide those under their supervision. Students are expected to use this knowledge to underpin the development and delivery of sport and exercise programmes.
Advanced Diploma in Recreation and Sports Management:
This programme is designed for people who are currently working in leisure administration or recreation and sports management positions, or who intend to pursue a career in the management of leisure services. It aims to develop in students the necessary skills, abilities and knowledge required to work as a high level sport and recreation administrator or junior manager within the industry. They should be able to assess the individual/community requirements, to deliver the services in a safe, supportive and equitable manner and be able to manage recreation and sport projects.
The above 3 programmes are CEF reimbursable (for selected modules only). For the graduates from Advanced Diploma in Sport Coaching and Performance; and Advanced Diploma in Recreation and Sports Management, they can apply for the BSc (Honours) Sport Coaching and BSc (Honours) Sport Management for full time or part time basis. Both programmes offered by HKU SPACE in collaboration with the University of Northumbria.