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WJEC Lvl 1/2 Voc Award Sport & Coaching Principles Rev Guide

This title will be available from Tuesday 03 September, 2019.

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Author(s): Stuart Vaudin

awarding body: WJEC

level: Level 1/2

isbn: 978-1-912820-14-6

subject: Sport and Coaching Principles



Due Autumn 2019

Written by an experienced teacher and moderator, this vibrant new Study and Revision Guide has been designed to accompany students through their course and help prepare them for assessment.


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Entered into the WJEC endorsement process this new resource offers high quality support you can trust

The depth of coverage, language and design of the book has been carefully tailored to the learning needs of Level 1 and 2 students

Provides study support as well as revision support

Helps students develop both a critical and analytical approach to problem solving whilst reinforcing their understanding of sports performance, fitness and coaching principles

Recaps and summaries for each Learning Objective present information in diagrammatic and visual styles to aid the revision process



How to use this book

Unit 1 Improving Sporting Performance

LO1 Understand factors affecting sporting performance

LO2 Understand how to measure sporting performance

LO3 Understand how to improve sporting performance

LO4 Be able to review options for improvements in sporting performance

Unit 2 Fitness for Sport

LO1 Knowledge of adaptations to body systems resulting from exercise

LO2 Understand the importance of the components of fitness for different physical activities

LO3 Understand the role of training in achieving improvements in fitness

LO4 Be able to plan fitness training programmes

Unit 3 Coaching Principles

LO1 Knowledge of the skills and responsibilities of a sports coach

LO2 Understand the coaching process

LO3 Be able to coach

LO4 Review coaching performance


About the author:

Stuart Vaudin has taught Physical Education and a range of vocational subjects for thirty years. He has worked for major awarding bodies for the last twenty-three years as a marker, and for the last six years as a Principal Examiner and Principal Moderator. In that time he has been responsible for specification development, production of resources, delivering CPD and assessment.