Study our Sports Injury Course and Boost Your Credentials
March 20, 2018
Imagine how many careers you could succeed in by studying a Sports Injury course…
The title alone gives you numerous hints: Sports Injury course. So there’s a number of careers right there:
- Basketball Coach
- Tennis Instructor
- Swimming Teacher
- Sports Masseuse
And then there’s the careers that don’t explicitly state a sport in the title, but still require the knowledge of a Sports Injury course. Courses like:
- Sports Rehabilitation Coach
- Personal Trainer
All of these careers involve interaction with sports players who may have injured themselves during sports or physical activity.
Although you will need formal qualifications in order to become most of these roles, it will boost your credentials and improve your career prospects, too.
This course provides you with the information and theory knowledge to be able to understand the human anatomy and how injuries can occur.
During this course, you will be able to:
- Gain a deeper understanding of the human body
This is vital when dealing with injuries as you will be able to understand which bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles are located in which area, and which you use when performing certain sports and physical activities.
- Understand how injuries happen
You will be able to understand what motions and strains cause injury, and why certain injuries are more serious than others.
- Learn the appropriate rehabilitation to use for specific injuries
In order to speed up recovery and regain the correct mobility, you will need to know what helps to aid recovery and why.
Once you have completed this course, what you have learnt will enable you to progress onto further learning, work experience or aid your career.
If this sounds like the course for you, then don’t wait any longer to boost your credentials.
Give our Student Adviser team a call on 03300 563100, or visit our website today!