C. Explore recruitment processes for a job role in the sport and active leisure industry

Unit A: Careers in the Sport and Active Leisure Industry

  • Level: 3
  • Unit type: Internal
  • Guided learning hours: 90

Unit in brief

Learners will develop an understanding of careers in the sport and active leisure industry. They will gain the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed for employment in the industry.

Unit introduction

The sport and active leisure industry is constantly changing and growing, and it offers many different opportunities for employment. To have a successful career in the industry, it is important that you understand the behaviours, values, skills and techniques needed.

In this unit, you will gain an understanding of how the sport and active leisure industry in the UK is organised. You will research the different careers in the public, private and voluntary sectors of the industry and look at the qualifications, skills and experiences required to pursue these careers. You will undertake an application and interview process for a selected career pathway, drawing on your knowledge and skills from across the qualification to identify your own strengths and gaps. You will evaluate your performance so as to understand the generic employability and specific technical knowledge and skills required to access a selected career pathway in the sport and active leisure industry and to progress within it.

This unit will give you the skills and knowledge you need to apply for a career in the sport and active leisure industry. You can choose to progress to employment immediately after completing your qualification or, after you have completed further study, by developing your understanding, skills and qualities that are required to pursue employment in the sports industry.

Learning aims

In this unit, you will:

  1. Examine the organisation of the sport and active leisure industry and its provision in the UK
  2. Investigate careers in the sport and active leisure industry
  3. Explore recruitment processes for a job role in the sport and active leisure industry
  4. Reflect on own performance in the recruitment process to prepare for a career in the sport and active leisure industry.
Summery of Unit

Learning aim

Key content areas

Recommended assessment approach

A Examine the organisation of the sport and active leisure industry and its provision in the UK

A1 Organisation and structure of sport and active leisure in the UK

A2 Scope and provision of the sport and active leisure industry

A3 Participation in sport and active leisure in the UK

A presentation about the organisation of sport, issues affecting participation and spectatorship in the UK and recommendations on how participation and spectatorship could be improved.

B Investigate careers in the sport and active leisure industry

B1 Careers and job roles in the sport and active leisure industry

B2 Health and safety at work and employment law

B3 Safeguarding and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults in sport and active leisure

A report evaluating the different careers and jobs in the sport and active leisure industry, and the associated health and safety at work and employment law.

The report should include a detailed review of working with children, young people and vulnerable adults.

C Explore recruitment processes for a job role in the sport and active leisure industry

C1 Personal skills audit for a career in the sport and active leisure industry

C2 Job application processes in the sport and active leisure industry

C3 Interview skills required to obtain a career in the sport and active leisure industry

Observation of learners participating in a recruitment activity, evidenced by an observation report signed by the assessor. Learners will participate in interviews, and complete the appropriate documentation, including application forms, CVs and letters of application. They will need to have the ability to

self-critique their performance, including what could have gone better and what skills need to be developed, so that they can enhance their employability potential. Learners will need to complete a SWOT analysis of their performance in their interviewing activity.

D Reflect on own performance in the recruitment process to prepare for a career in the sport and active leisure industry

D1 Review and self-evaluation during the application and interview process

D2 Personal development planning for the short-, medium- and long-term future

 

Pass                                            Merit

Distinction

Learning aim A: Examine the organisation of the sport and active leisure industry and its provision in the UK

 

 

 

 

A.D1

 

 

 

 

Evaluate the impact of the organisation, provision and participation in the sport and active leisure industry in the UK, suggesting ways to improve participation and spectatorship.

A.P1 Explain the organisation and structure of the sport and active leisure industry in the UK.

A.P2 Explain the scope and provision of sport and active leisure in the UK.

A.P3 Explain the reasons for and barriers to participation in the sport and active leisure industry in the UK.

A.M1 Analyse the organisation, structure, scope and provision of sport and active leisure in the UK.

A.M2 Analyse reasons for and barriers to participation in the sport and active leisure industry in the UK.

Learning aim B: Investigate careers in the sport and active leisure industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.D2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluate the impact that each legislative factor has had on employees and employers in different careers in the sport and active leisure industry.

B.P4 Explain different careers in the sport and active leisure industry.

B.P5 Explain how safeguarding and protection policies and procedures are implemented in the sport and active leisure industry.

B.P6 Explain the importance of communicating strategies effectively in an organisation, to safeguard and protect children participating in sport and active leisure.

B.M3 Compare the different careers in the sport and active leisure industry and the impact of legislative factors, including safeguarding, on each

of these careers.

Learning aim C: Explore recruitment processes for a job role in the sport and active leisure industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD.D3  Evaluate how well the recruitment process complied with best practice, drawing reasoned conclusions as to how it will support own career.

C.P7 Complete a personal skills audit that identifies own suitability for a selected sports job.

C.P8 Prepare appropriate documentation for use in recruitment activities.

C.P9 Participate in selection interviews.

C.M4 During the interview process, provide analytical responses to allow assessment of skills

and knowledge.

Learning aim D: Reflect on own performance in the recruitment process to prepare for a career in the sport and active leisure industry

D.P10  Review own strengths and areas for development in response to feedback on own performance in the recruitment activities.

D.M5 Plan personal

development, reflecting on the results of the recruitment process and own performance, to explain suggested improvements.


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