Whether you’re a footy follower, a boxing buff or a fitness fanatic, why not turn your passion for Sport, Exercise and Fitness into a career?
Working in this industry you will need the stamina, determination and patience this high-energy sector requires to motivate and inspire people. Rewards in the sector are high as you will have opportunities to work with young people, schools, community groups and the general public.
Studying at Bradford College you will learn and play in world-class facilities. Olympians, sports professionals and athletes have trained in our gym, basketball courts, football pitches and boxing gym. Olympic teams from China, India, Vietnam, Nigeria and Tanzania trained in our sports facilities as part of their preparation for the 2012 Games.
Our courses are work-related and we therefore expect the same standards as an employer would. This means that you will be required to wear a uniform and adhere to guidelines on appearance and attendance. In addition, on some days, you will be required to attend twilight classes. Find out more about uniforms for your course.
Our staff are experts in their field and will build up your skills. When you leave us your CV will pack a punch for your future in sport.
Sport career opportunities include working in coaching, psychology, teaching, therapy and The Armed Forces.
|Earning potential per year|
|Fitness instructor||£14,000 - £30,000+|
|Sports coach||£14,000 - £35,000+|
|PE teacher||£16,250 - £46,500+|
Most senior roles will require a degree-level qualification. Our courses are designed to ensure you are qualified to progress onto degree level courses or move onto related subjects.
As a Sport student, you may choose to study Coaching, Football Coaching, Sports Science, Sport & Exercise, Sport Journalism, Nutrition, Sport and Management, Sports Rehabilitation.
What should I study?
To help you decide which course is right for you, our progression route guide explains the various levels and qualifications required for your course and how you might wish to progress with your studies.
To find a specific course you’re interested in, view the links below.
Or use the Our range of courses grey search box on the left to search for your course. Alternatively, if you know what you want to study you can apply online.