A 2-year, full-time education and football development programme for 16-18 year olds.
Year 1 - BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport
Year 2 - BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Sport
280 - 420
SCL Development League, English Colleges League, Wiltshire Floodlit League and Wiltshire FE League
FREE for 16-18 year olds - There will be a subsidised cost for purchasing training kit
3 GCSES A-C preferably one Maths or English
Pulse Premier Football
SCL Education Group
04/12/2016 - 6pm
COURSE START DATE
Stanley Park Sports Ground Stanley Lane Chippenham Wiltshire SN15 3RR
USA scholarship, access to University, Apprenticeships, play professional and semi-professional football, Football coaching, Sport, Leisure and Fitness jobs.
If successful you will be given a conditional offer and then accepted depending on your results in August.
Players will study a variety of nationally-recognised qualifications within sport, coaching and fitness managed by SCL.
Where required students will study Maths and English GCSE or Functional Skills.
SCL Education Group is one of the UK’s leading independent providers of education through sport.
Units are subject to change depending on Ofqual approval.
In addition to classroom based learning delivered by our outstanding teachers and training by highly qualified coaches, students will have access Pro-VLE, our Digital Learning Environment. Pro-VLE has been specifically designed to create a personalised, first class, digital learning experience for our students and has been tailored to support their education and development.
There will be a subsidised cost for purchasing training kit at the start of the season. Further details about this will be provided upon the player’s acceptance into The Football Academy.
Pulse Premier Football aims to help young footballers achieve their dreams as a footballer.
Over the past three years, 42 graduates from the Football Academy have gone to America on USA Scholarships and to New Zealand and Australia on playing and coaching placements.
The record speaks for itself in that if you are young player or coach wanting a career in the game then these real opportunities can happen.
The support, advice and guidance given to young people at The Football Academy shows how much they care and the relationships built between staff and learner are everlasting.
Josh completed his 1 year American Scholarship Prep Centre Course after graduating from Pulse and was offered a 2 year, 98% Scholarship to Andrews College in Chicago.
Joyal completed his 1st year at College in Canada after graduating from Pulse, he was a finalist for rookie of the year and was a Canadian league all star. He is currently training with Toronto FC in the MLS for a place in their U21 Team.
Graduated from Pulse Year 13 having studied the VRQ Programme and secured a 1 Year Junior College Scholarship to Eastern State College in Florida.
Graduated from Pulse having studied the VRQ & BTEC Programme and went on to complete a 1 year 100% Junior College Scholarship at Owens Community College. She was then offered a 3 Year 100% Degree at Indiana Tech University.
Pulse Premier Football Academy ethos has and always will be about opportunities that players do not always get at football clubs. Paul Harkness - Pulse Premier Football Academy Founder & Director.
We are independent so our emphasis is on the best interest of the player and their career. Paul Harkness - Pulse Premier Football Academy Founder & Director.
Learners develop their confidence and they are highly motivated to gain specialist skills in the sports industries. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016
Current learners benefit from good-quality teaching in English and mathematics. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016
Learners develop and apply their English and mathematical skills well. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016
Support from employers is good across all aspects of provision. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016
Well-planned and well-monitored assignments ensure that learners manage their coursework very effectively. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016
In sports, learners confidently use league tables, aggregates and numerical imbalance within football coaching sessions. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016
Tutors hold high expectations and ambitions for their learners and as a consequence most learners make good progress from their starting points. OFSTED INSPECTOR – 2016