Fees indicated are based on the current academic year (2018/19) and are subject to change next year.
For students under 19
Our courses & apprenticeships are usually free if you are 18 or under on the 31st of August 2019. Some courses have additional fees for things like materials and travel, which you will need to pay at the start of your course. Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for financial support for these costs.
For students aged 19 or over
If you are aged 19 or over you may be required to pay fees. Some courses may be free, depending on your circumstances. Certain Level 3 & 4 courses require you to pay the fee in full or take out an Advanced Learning Loan to pay for your course. Please see our guide to fees for more information.
Students from outside the EU/EEA need to pay the full international fee for their course. Please note, West London College does not offer Tier 4 Visa Sponsorship for students to study in the United Kingdom.
The Sports and Nutrition Course is designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes in preparation for paid employment within Sport & Service Industries. Students will have an opportunity to explore and participate in competitive sports as well as develop greater knowledge and understanding of Nutrition.
The course aims to assist students to develop the essential skills, experience and confidence required to work or support transition to mainstream as appropriate.
The course offers the opportunity to undertake work experience placement within Sports and Service Industry.
Your academic studies will include Maths, English and ICT, which will be delivered according to learners assessed levels and abilities.
The OCNLR Level 1 Award in Skills for Professions in Sport is a qualification for learners wishing to explore vocational study alongside learning skills.
You will develop your work skills by being offering the opportunity to undertake work experience placement.
This one year course will also offer essential study skills and knowledge to students who aspire to further their education on a mainstream Sports and Public Service pathway.
Your academic studies will include Maths and English with the aim of developing individual standards towards national Functional Skills qualifications.
Attending the Sports and Nutrition course will give you the chance to access the local and wider community, develop your social skills, promote healthy eating, boost self- confidence and provide the opportunity to gain relevant qualifications.
Initial interview. Minimum of an Entry 3 qualification. Work as part of a team and support others. Undertake specified work experience placement within the Sports and Service industry.
All students will compile a portfolio of evidence that will contain their completed written coursework, assignments, a mixture of photographs, video, witness statements and personal statements. The portfolios are internally assessed and verified prior to external verification by the awarding body. Most students will be entered for Functional Skills English and Maths live assessments at the level indicated during initial assessments and verified through continuous diagnostic assessments.
During the programme all students will receive expert advice and guidance that will prepare them for further vocational training or working life in the sports field. That preparation would include job searching, CV building, interview preparation skills, and application form filling.
This course could also be a pathway onto a mainstream sports courses: L1 Sports Vocational Study Programme Level 1 BTEC Diploma in Sport
All students will participate in small group sessions comprising no more than 10 students. The study methods include practical, theory and independent research, completed by students with appropriate support.