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Faculty of Social and Health Sciences Department of Sport ‘On the Move’ Vision To be recognised as an education leader in sport coaching, sport management, physical education and physical activity.

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VisionTo be recognised as an education leader in sport coaching, sport management, physical education and physical activity.
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Cornerstones- Practice based learning environment- Strong and pastoral care- Academic support- Lots of choices and pathways in Year 2 and 3- Robust industry relationships- ‘Know how, can do’

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Foundation Studies

Sport Leadership (Level 4)Leadership as a foundation stone for learning in a sport context.Leadership principles Growing Leaders Leadership in action Cooperative activitiesSport Performance (Level 4) Performance from an athlete’s point of view.Health and Wellness Fitness, Nutrition and Psychology

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Who? School leavers ready to study at diploma level. Mature students looking for a two year study option. Practice-based industry focus.60 NCEA credits at Level 2Focus?Fitness industryStrength and conditioningSports Coordinators

Diploma in Sport and Fitness Education (Level 6)

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Philosophy:Links to SPARC NZ Coach Development FrameworkAthlete-centred coachingTeaching Games for Understanding (TGfU)Practice based tools for coaching

Bachelor of Sport (Coaching)

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What?Intro to CoachingCoaching PedagogySkill AcquisitionSport Sciences (Nutrition, Psych, Exercise Sciences)Advanced CoachingAthlete-Centred CoachingFocus?Coaching DirectorEvent ManagerSport CoachStrength and conditioning coachRegional Sport OrganisationsRegional Sports Trusts

Bachelor of Sport (Coaching)

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Philosophy:- Strong marketing and management base- Opportunities to develop a broad understanding of sport- Tools of the trade- The nature of sport from a management perspective

Bachelor of Sport (Management)

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What?Intro to Management and MarketingSport PoliticsSport and the LawApplied Sport MarketingStrategic Sport MarketingStrategic Sport ManagementEvent ManagementTeam LeadershipFocus?Sport Facility ManagerEvent ManagerSponsorship ManagerSport AdministratorMarketing Coordinator

Bachelor of Sport (Management)

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Philosophy:To develop a strong base understanding and knowledge in the concepts and philosophies of physical education.Primary School PE Secondary School PE Sport education models Practice basedStudents pathway to one year Graduate Diploma.

Bachelor of Sport

(Physical Education)

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What?Physical Education 1 & 2Sport Sciences CoursesHealth EducationBiomechanicsSkill AcquisitionCoaching PedagogyAdapted Physical ActivityOutdoor EducationFocus? Developing Physical LiteracyPractice basedComponents of effective physical educationTeaching models

Bachelor of Sport

(Physical Education)

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Establishing pathways for secondary schools through to tertiary is a priority for Unitec as a whole and certainly a priority for the Department of Sport.

Curriculum Alignment

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Huge potential for a curriculum alignment programme in sport for secondary schools.This would complement the workshop programme the department has developed.There is currently only one curriculum alignment programme in sport available for delivering in Year 12 and 13 programmes.Unitec Curriculum Alignment Manager Tracy Lemon tlemon@unitec.ac.nz

Curriculum Alignment

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Aligned to NZQA Unit Standards and NCEA Achievement Standards. The six short courses explore six separate components of sport performance: sport leadership sport nutrition fitness skill acquisition sport psychology athletic performance

Curriculum Alignment

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Increases the options and opportunities in sport at senior secondary school level.Develops relationships with secondary schools, particularly local secondary schools.Provides pathways for secondary school students to the Unitec Department of Sport.Develops a further niche in the tertiary sport programme market; a point of difference.

Curriculum Alignment

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A Student Perspective?

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