19th June 2014

THE Bradford Bulls Foundation are offering teenagers the opportunity to study for a Level 3 BTEC National Extended Diploma in sports development, fitness and coaching – right here at the Provident Stadium.

The course is designed for people aged 16 to 18 and will run for two years, being delivered in the newly-refurbished Touchdown classroom, providing a learning environment with a fantastic vista.

The course includes modules covering anatomy, sports coaching, fitness testing, exercise physiology and nutrition.

It also allows students the opportunity to pursue tailor-made work placements, while preparing them for future employment – with industry guest speakers.

Students will have the opportunity to become actively involved with the club – and its official charity – on gamedays.

The course provides a solid foundation for students wishing to pursue a career in the sports industry or go on to study sports in higher education.

The course is delivered in a practical and engaging way and students are given the chance to explore different learning styles.

Foundation education officer Adam Payne said: “It has been a successful first year and it is great to see that we will be able to offer more young people the chance to study and develop with Bradford Bulls.”

If you are between 16 and 18 years of age and are considering a career in the sports industry then this may be the course for you!

To register your interest please contact Education Officer Adam Payne on 01274 728729 or get in touch via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.