The course is designed with employability of the students in mind. Graduates
can apply to a wide range of postgraduate programmes or progress into
It offers the ability to obtain a licence to practice with numerous
regulatory bodies, such as the Sports Therapy Organisation or the Federation of
Holistic Therapists or other professional bodies as the course may apply for
accreditation with in the future.
The course can offer further qualifications in the form of L3 Sports Massage;
L4 Sports Massage Therapy; L2 Fitness Instruction, L3 Personal Training
(normally awarded at levels 4 and 5) and L3 Exercise Referral.
The entire course (Fd + BSc (Hons) top-up) has been mapped to the British
Orthopaedic Association’s Trauma and Orthopaedic Undergraduate Syllabus for
Medical Students, in order to align expectations in the wider NHS
The entire course (Fd + BSc (Hons) top-up) has been mapped to the
requirements of major providers of sports therapy and rehabilitation accredited
The range of modules offering a vast array of skills and competencies will
enhance the student’s employability prospects.
The College has a new therapy suite and has invested in vocationally relevant
equipment, which compliments the course delivery and the student’s readiness for
The College has strong links with the recreational sports industry, where
previous students have successfully gained employment.