Postural Stability Instructor
Portsmouth - February 2020
|Enrolment:||Friday 14th February 2020|
This training course is blended learning which means a mix of online tasks and face to face training days. On enrolment you will be sent, by post, the course training manuals. These resources must be brought on all face to face training days. You will also receive an email with an enrolment key (password) to access the online training portal. Timelines for completion and guidance for necessary self-directed learning will be provided and your online work is supported by your LLT tutor. The pre-course tasks are essential/mandatory learning prior to attendance of the face to face days and comprise a minimum of 12-14 hours (spanning 4 weeks). The tasks include; watching narrated presentations, reading, learning checks and quizzes. Please check that you are able to meet the requirements of the blended learning approach with regard to access to suitable internet connections and software requirements. The minimum browser version that can be used is: Google Chrome (30+), Mozilla Firefox (25+), Safari 6 and Internet Explorer 9 or 10. Please note, we do not recommend that work is carried out on a tablet or smartphone. LLT tutors will monitor and support completion of these tasks.
|Start Date:||Friday 13th March 2020|
|Day 2:||Saturday 14th March 2020|
|Day 3:||Friday 27th March 2020|
Unless instructed otherwise, all days run from 8:55 am to 6pm and best endeavour will be made to close on time. However, with the venue’s and candidates’ agreement some short time over-runs may occur. Please print a timetable and bring with you on all course days.
Assessment DatesAll practical assessments will take place on 24th April 2020
|Assessment day:||Friday 24th April 2020|
|Case study submission:||Friday 22nd May 2020|
Venue DetailsSpinnaker Building
Univesity of Portsmouth, Cambridge Road
Portsmouth, PO1 2EF
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THIS COURSE
This Portsmouth course is a collaboration between LLT and the UoP for these courses to be embedded as part of the MSc Sports Science degree. There is NO CHANGE to the usual content and assessment process however the timeframe/spread of days of the course have been tailored to meet the needs of the university schedule resulting in a shorter timeframe/less time between course days and thus a more intensive learning journey. Please review the schedule of days to ensure they are appropriate for you and your learning needs before signing up for this course. Course numbers have been capped at 12 to accommodate the venue.
You will need to bring writing material and paper for any additional note taking and you are advised to wear warm, comfortable exercise clothing and trainers.