Applying for a course
If you wish to use your passion for sport or football in further education to kick start your future then simply to register your details by completing the form below, selecting the programme and pathway that interests you.
Once registered, learners will receive communication from ourselves or the relevant partner programme with further information and the important next steps. Below we have outlined a typical journey for becoming a student with Access Sport.
Your journey to becoming a student
Go through our website, read the prospectus, meet us at school or sports events in your area, or keep up to date with our social media.
Register your interest or apply to the programme that interests you to receive further information.
Expect a call, email or text message inviting you to the next available information event, experience session or trial event where you can showcase your talents on and off the pitch, and talk to our centre staff about our further education programme.
Our informal interviews are a great way to explore the centre with your parents or guardian. You’ll also have the chance to ask any questions you may have to help you make an informed decision about your further education.
If successfull You will receive a letter confirming your place if your application is a success. Then it’s down to you to accept your position for the next academic year.
Continue to attend any future events that the programme you have applied for holds throughout the year. This not only gives you a clear vision of life as an Access Sport student, but also enables you to build great friendships and team spirit with your prospective team and classmates.
You will be provided with a date for enrolment day by your centre, usually on GCSE results day. On enrolment day you will need to bring some important documents with you, like a valid I.D., Passport and your GCSE results.
Your course will begin in September, providing you with the skills, opportunities and experiences for progression in your chosen pathway and future career should it be Sport, Public Services, Esports, Sport Media, Event Management or more...