Edexcel A level Leisure Studies (2008)

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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Leisure Studies is ideal for those who enjoy creating project-style work and investigating real situations, and who have an interest in exploring the breadth of the extremely varied and growing leisure sector. Students will develop an understanding of the structure of the leisure industry, the connections between its different parts and the skills required to work within it.

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Specification

Specification

Edexcel Applied A level Leisure Studies specification
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Qualification type:
Applied AS and A level
Subject:
Leisure Studies
Specification codes:
8761,
9761
Availability:
UK and international
First teaching:
2008
First assessment:
2009

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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Leisure Studies is designed to give students an understanding of the scope of the leisure industry, whether it’s in order to progress to an appropriate university degree, or as preparation for further training in the leisure industry and related occupations (such as travel and hospitality).

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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Leisure Studies will give you an understanding of the scope of the leisure industry, allowing you to explore a broad range of areas including sport, play, health and fitness, home-based leisure, countryside activities, popular entertainment facilities and heritage and museums.

The course will prepare you either to progress to an appropriate university degree, or to further training in the leisure industry and related occupations, such as travel and hospitality.

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