Level 4 fast-track to Masters
SCE, the UK’s market leader in performance coaching education for fitness professionals has facilitated a higher education pathway for their Level 4 Students to progress onto a MSc in Strength and Conditioning through renowned universities St Marys and UCLAN.
Brendan Chaplin, CEO of Strength and Conditioning Education said:
“I’m truly excited about the opportunity that is now available to our Level 4 students. St Mary’s and UCLAN offer distance learning Masters degrees in Strength and Conditioning and are very happy to consider any of our students that have graduated from the Level 4 course with sufficient coaching experience. This is with or without an undergraduate degree in a related area.
Our students choose us for their education because they want to get the highest quality education and experience to allow them to achieve the success they want in their career.
Many of our students have aspirations to work in elite sport and we fully support their progression.
We also have students who want to develop an even higher level of mastery in the area which is why we have put together our Movement Strength Power Performance Coaching diploma which launches later this year.
For those students who want to go on to higher education and specialize further that route was not available to them until now. “
A true breakthrough
Until now it was compulsory to have an undergraduate degree in a related area such as sports science which requires an investment of around £27,000.
With this new option available our students would be able to gain a highly valued strength and conditioning credential (the SCE Level 4) at the same time as developing applied expertise and experience whilst earning money throughout, then go on to do further studies with the grounding of genuine real world competence.
Dr Dan Cleather, ASCC, Programme Director for the MSc in Strength and Conditioning, St Mary’s University, Twickenham added:
“we are very happy to invite SCE’s students to apply to St Mary’s Masters programme through our non-degree entrants’ pathway. We are passionate about widening access to higher education, and our non-degree entrants’ pathway is designed to help students without an undergraduate degree to upskill such that they can study for an MSc in strength and conditioning”
Level 4 Strength and Conditioning
Interested students should have a minimum of the Level 4 Strength and Conditioning Certificate through Strength and Conditioning Education along with a minimum of 5 years coaching experience. SCE will then direct you to the course leaders at the universities for an interview which will be supported by a letter of recommendation from SCE.