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Health Science (Physiology and Sport)

QQI Award (Level 5 – 5M5146)

This course introduces students to the broad and expanding area of Sport Science and Physiology. This challenging course provides students with the skills, knowledge and qualifications necessary to gain employment in the Fitness and Leisure industry or to lay the foundations for further study in this area. It is important for prospective students to know that it is a theory based course with some elements of practical.

Sports Science Course - CDCFE

Course Content

Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition, Sport and Recreation Studies, Occupational First Aid, Teamwork, Work Experience,Exercise and Fitness, Body Massage and Figure Analysis, Sports and Injury Provention.

Workshops in Massage, Exercise and Fitness will be offered throughout the year.

Sports Science Course - CDCFE

Duration

1 Year

Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate and interview.  

A science subject at leaving certificate would be desired. Students must apply for Garda Clearance at Registration in September.

Career Opportunities

On completion of this course, students may wish to continue their studies in the Biological Sciences or Exercise Science, or they may wish to enter directly into employment in the Health and Fitness Industry.

Sports Science Course - CDCFE

Progression

Students can progress from this course to Institutes of Technology and Universities, including Dundalk IT, Carlow IT, UCC, Tralee IT, through the Higher Education Links Scheme on obtaining a full Award. There is a direct link to the second year of the Sports Science degree offered by the University of Sunderland. Students can also progress to the Degree offered by Institute of Physical Therapy, which is a private college.

Course Charges

Year 1: €700*

* includes €200 Govt. charge

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Health Science (Physiology and Sport)
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