Sports Trainers Education
About the Department
The Department of Sports Trainers Education started its education with the Movement and Training Sciences and Sports Health Sciences Departments teaching: Movement Skills, Physiological Theory, Functional Anatomy, Training Theories and Practices, Neurophysiological Basis, and Biomechanical and Kinesiological Examination of Sportive Movements. Courses are offered to train trainers with Academic and Technological Qualifications. Sports Branches in the Program include Team Sports, Individual Sports, and Fitness Leadership. Students who graduate from the Department of the Sports Trainers Education obtain a 3rd tier coach license in their specialized fields. Graduates are generally employed in sports clubs and fitness centres. Our graduates, who can work with children and adults, can also work as a coach in football clubs. Graduated trainers are also involved in different events in different sports branches in addition to organizations of the federations.
If students fulfil the relevant requirements, they can register for the postgraduate and doctoral programs of the Physical Education and Sports Departments. Graduates with third-tier coach licenses can participate in the 4th and 5th grade courses of related federations with an exemption from some of the courses they have taken in their undergraduate courses. They can also work as a Teacher Trainer in the relevant courses with the relevant qualifications. Graduates with third-tier coach licenses, may also earn a coaching certificate in the relevant field by participating in the coaching courses offered by some of the federations.
Graduates can also be appointed as federation coaches by becoming the training coordinator of the relevant federations in the regions they work. Graduates with third-tier coach licenses can work as trainers in the European countries that offer the same education by showing their transcripts and taking the courses that they have not taken before.
Graduates with third-tier coach licenses may serve as team coaches and youth team coaches depending on the systems of different federations. They can become a technical director at the beginning of their substructures by having the same undergraduate degree. In recent years, the chance to work as statistics coaches in some clubs due to the technological advances in team sports has emerged. New graduates can also work as trainers and organizers in tournaments and organizations for employees of companies in different businesses. Graduates may also be employed as trainers in private institutions where disabled people are trained. Particularly in the football field, graduates with third-tier coach licenses start their profession with an advantage. Coaches who have not graduated from the Department of Physical Education and Sports Coaching Education spend 6 to 7 years to reach this level by doing courses.
School of Physical Education and Sports
99258 Nicosia/North Cyprus
Tel: +90 392 671 1111 (ext. 2981)
Fax: +90 392 671 1151
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