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					Programme Specification: HE Certificate in Professional Sport Management and
Administration (Football)

                                           Course Data
    1     Awarding Institution/Body           Southampton Solent University
    2     Teaching Institution                Southampton Solent University
    3     Course Accredited by
    4     QAA Benchmarking Group              Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism
    5     QAA Framework for Higher
          Education Qualifications Level      4
    6     Final Award                         Higher Education Certificate in
                                              Professional Sport Management and
                                              Administration (Football)
    7     UCAS Code                           n/a
    8     JACS Code                           N870
    9     Course Code                         UPRSMAP
    10    Language of Instruction             English
    11    Language of Assessment              English
    12    Mode of Study                       Part-time
    13    Faculty                             Faculty of Business, Sport & Enterprise
    14    Programme                           Sports
    15    Foundation Year/s                   No
    16    Placement Year                      No

17.       Aims of the HE Certificate in Professional Sport Management and Administration
          (Football) course

The HE Certificate in Professional Sport Management and Administration (Football) aims
to:

       Provide a student-centred culture that encourages enthusiasm for learning and an
        educational opportunity, relevant to employment.

       Engage students with a body of specialist and general theory and knowledge, and
        foster their understanding of the changing nature of football management and
        administration.

       Foster a dynamic and reflective interchange between theory and practice appropriate
        to the football industry.

       Provide a programme of study, through a range of units, that are academically
        rigorous, coherent, stimulating and challenging, and directly relevant to students’
        employment.

       Progressively develop students’ cognitive, key, transferable, employability and,
        where applicable, practical skills and facilitate their development as independent
        learners and reflective practitioners.
18.    Intended Course Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of the course, students should be able to:

Knowledge and Understanding

K1) Define and explain key concepts related to football management and administration.

K2) Locate and organise information and evidence about football management and
administration from a wide range of secondary sources.

Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Teaching will take place through lectures, seminars,
workshops, independent research and online.         Assessments, both formative and
summative, group and individual, will support learning in the forms of in-class tests,
presentations, reports and debates.

Cognitive Skills

C1) Interpret information and use it to investigate issues or problems and evidence
solutions.

C2) Analyse defined problems in football management and administration.

Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Teaching will take place through lectures, seminars,
workshops, problem solving tasks, shared experiences and online. Assessments, both
formative and summative, group and individual, will support learning in the forms of in-
class tests, presentations, reports and debates.

Practical and Professional Skills

P1) Deploy a range of scholarly, practical and work-related skills at a basic level, with
some guidance, using established methods.

Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Teaching will take place through lectures, seminars,
workshops and online. Assessments, both formative and summative, group and individual,
will support learning in the forms of in-class tests, presentations, reports, case studies and
debates.

Transferable and Key Skills

T1) Communicate effectively.

T2) Identify own strengths and weaknesses and recognise need for time management

T3) Use a range of I.C.T. software.

Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Teaching will take place through lectures, seminars,
workshops and online. Assessments, both formative and summative, group and individual,
will support learning in the forms of in-class tests, presentations, reports and debates.
19. Map of Units to Intended Course Learning Outcomes

                         Knowledge &                             Practical &      Transferable &
                                             Cognitive
                        Understanding                            Professional          Key
 Unit Title             K1      K2      C1          C2                P1          T1    T2    T3
 FHEQ Level 4
 Football Finance
                      √     √           √      √             √                    √     √
 ICT for Football
                            √           √                    √                    √     √   √
 HRM in Football
                      √     √           √      √             √                    √     √
 Football and the
 Law
                      √     √           √      √             √                    √     √
 Football and the
 Media
                            √           √                    √                    √     √   √
 Football
 Administration and
                      √     √           √      √             √                    √     √
 Regulation




20. Course Structure and Assessment Summary

Code        Unit Name                              Credit   Type   Mode   Assessment Weighting %
                                                                          AE1    AE2 AE3 AE4
FHEQ Level 4
ACC359    Football Finance                          20       C      BK      40%   60%
BIS254    ICT for Football                          20       C      BK     100%
HRM371    HRM in Football                           20       C      BK      40%   60%
LAW668    Football and the Law                      20       C      BK      40%   60%
LEI492    Football and the Media                    20       C      BK      50%   50%
LEI493    Football Administration and               20       C      BK      40%   60%
          Regulation

Unit type: C = Core/Compulsory O = Option
Unit mode: PC = Period Campus BK = Block Delivery BL = Blended Learning
DL = Distance Learning and Self-Directed Learning EL = E-Learning EX = Experiential
PL = Placement WB = Work Based Learning
Assessment Weighting: AE1 = Assessment Element 1 AE2 = Assessment Element 2
AE3 = Assessment Element 3 AE4 = Assessment Element 4

21. Admissions

Students are accepted on to the Certificate in Professional Sport Management and
Administration (Football) at the discretion of the LMA and Southampton Solent University.
They should normally be employed at a professional football club or associated
stakeholder and capable of University level study.
Advanced standing
n/a

Non Standard Entry
n/a

22.    Regulation of Assessment

Assessment is carried out in accordance with Southampton Solent University’s Assessment
Regulations and Assessment Policy, as set out in the current edition of the Academic
Handbook (Section 2O).

Accreditation of Prior Learning
Standard University policy and procedures.

Progression
n/a

Awards
Certificate of Higher Education on completion of 120 credits

Classification
n/a


23.    Notes

Exemption(s) from Southampton Solent University Assessment Policy/Regulations:
None*

Exemption(s) from the Southampton Solent University Academic Framework: None*

Special Provisions relating to requirements of Professional/Statutory Bodies: None**
                                                                                  Annex 1


Map to Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Subject Benchmark

                                                            Learning Outcome
Threshold*
Demonstrate an understanding of the development of               K1, C2, T1
knowledge in their subject domain

Work with a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary          K1, K2, C1, P1
approach to study, drawing, as appropriate, from service,
research and professional contexts

Understand and develop their knowledge through               K1, K2, C1, C2, P1
academic and professional practice

Demonstrate their research and problem solving abilities    K1, K2, C1, C2, P1, T1
through acquisition, interpretation and analysis of
information appropriate to the context of study with some
limitations

Understand and have some critical awareness of, the                P1, T1
moral, ethical and legal issues which underpin best
practice

Recognise those moral, ethical and safety issues which             P1, T1
directly pertain to the context of study and be aware of
relevant legislation and professional codes of conduct

Research and assess subject specific facts, theories,          K1, K2, C1, C2
paradigms, principles and concepts
Assess and evaluate evidence                                   K1, K2, C1, C2

Interpret data and text                                          K1, K2, C1

Describe and analyse information and be able to develop a          C2, T1
basic re-interpretation of key factors

Develop a reasoned argument and identify basic                 K1, C1, C2, T1
assumptions
Take responsibility for their own learning and continuing          P1, T2
professional development


* This is intended to mean that all students (taken over all years) graduating with an
honours degree in this discipline will have achieved this.
                                                                                                                Annex 2

Course structure ( guide only)


Level 4

       HRM371             LAW668       BIS254         ACC359             LEI492                  LEI493

   HRM in Football      Football and    ICT for   Football Finance   Football and the   Football Administration and
                          the Law      Football                           Media                 Regulation


          20 CAT           20 CAT      20 CAT         20 CAT             20 CAT                  20 CAT

				
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