A unique course offering outdoor enthusiasts a direct route to university or employment in the outdoor and watersports industry.
This unique and dedicated course has been designed to provide a BTEC level 3 qualification in Sport Outdoor Adventure which will enable candidates to build a career in the outdoor and leisure industry specialising in watersports.
Over the last 25 years, BTEC qualifications have helped millions of people develop the skills they need to get on in life. Engaging and inspiring, these work-related qualifications are suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities. They provide a practical, real-world approach to learning without sacrificing any of the essential subject theory. BTECs give students the skills they need to either move on to higher education or go straight into employment.
For more information and an application form please contact the BTEC L3 in Sport Outdoor Adventure course co-ordination team on :
Please note you will be required to attend an interview.
To apply for our BTEC Course, please download and print this form and return it to the address on the form.
For anyone looking to make a career in the watersports or outdoors industry, these BTEC courses will provide the foundation on which a future career can be built.
The watersports industry in the UK currently employs in excess of 35,000 people and represents a revenue of £3 billion. Employment opportunities are many and varied and range from management, training, engineering, electronics and manufacturing to brokerage, design, sales and marketing.
The BTEC L3 can offer a direct route into University. The following are examples of University Degree courses that are open to successful students:
BTEC qualifications can be taken as well as, or in place of, A-Levels.
As well as offering a high level of vocational training, the BTEC course gives you a direct route to University or gives you the skills you require to go straight into employment. They are valued by colleges, universities, employers and professional bodies across the UK and are recognised throughout over 80 countries worldwide.