Community Sports Leadership (CSLA) L2
|Course Name||Community Sports Leadership Award (CSLA) Level 2|
|Duration||35 contact hours excluding 10 hours voluntary experience|
|No. of Candidates||Up to 12 candidates|
|Aims and Objectives||The award gives people aged 16 and over the skills needed to lead groups in safe sporting and recreational activity. It encourages participants to take responsibility for others, develops organisational and communication skills and instils confidence in people for whom leading groups in sporting activities is a new experience. The majority of the course is practical in nature with an emphasis on learning through doing, rather than through written work.|
|Course Content||The Community Sports Leader Award syllabus is divided into eight units which are as follows:
1 Organising and delivering a sports activity session
2 Establishing and maintaining a safe sporting activity
3 Sports and recreation in the UK
4 Fitness sessions
5 Running sporting events/competitions
6 Adapting sports activities
7 Select, plan and lead on an sporting activity
8 Demonstration of leadership skills in the community
To qualify as a Community Sports Leader, all units must be satisfactorily completed.
|Further Information||The skills you will learn are:
Communication, Teamwork, How to motivate other people. The ability to organise and plan activities, improvising and adapting in sports and officiating.
All these skills are useful in life and in the workplace as well as in sport.
Level 2 Certificate in Community Sports Leadership is endorsed and approved by national bodies.