The programme is designed to meet BPS Stage 2 requirements in Sport and Exercise Psychology and eligibility for HCPC registration.
The programme is underpinned by a strong focus on equipping future Sport and Exercise Psychologists with the competencies required to work in a range of professional practice scenarios.You will work closely with academic staff who are leaders in their research field and experts in training.
In keeping with the nationally agreed curriculum competences for Sport and Exercise Psychologists, you will develop your professional skills in teaching and training (education and dissemination), ethics and professional standards, research and consultancy through your own work-based learning experiences, taught sessions on the programme and extensive supervision.
Discover the building blocks of your course
Your programme is made up of a number of core modules as detailed below.
This module introduces the programme and helps you to produce a training plan in line with the competencies required by the British Psychological Society and Health and Care Professions Council. It also helps you to reflect on that plan in the form of a SWOT analysis. The module aims to:
This module aims to develop and demonstrate:
Learning outcomes are based on the BPS standards for doctoral programmes in Sport and Exercise Psychology (approved May 2014) and reflect contemporary learning, research and practice in Sport and Exercise Psychology. They accurately cover the four standards required of doctorate-level programmes in this area. Each standard contains core competence units in ethics, consultancy, research and communication. These are detailed in the module outline for the programme and taught, practised and assessed to demonstrate the related module learning outcomes.
This module requires you to reflect on your learning experiences as a Sport and Exercise Psychologist by reflecting on your practitioner development and how this informs your future practice. It aims to enable you to demonstrate your:
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