College Sports Medicine Degrees
SportThe practice is essential, but it is not enough these courses open a palette of opportunities requiring skills in teaching, sales, project management, etc..
To access the business of sport, you have the choice between university and industry STAPS, state patents issued by the Ministry of Sports , or INSEP (National Institute of Sports and Physical Education).
Located in Vincennes, the school has signed agreements sports studies with several universities to allow students to pursue a degree while training in their discipline.
STAPS License: learning to learn
The sector STAPS (science and technology of physical and sports activities) is available in a fifty universities.
Program: theory and practice (APS sport and physical activity), life sciences (. Biology, anatomy, physiology, etc.), human sciences and society (. History, sociology, etc.) and Science (or physiological biomechanics example). Not to mention a foreign language and computer.
The teaching is based on an educational dimension: students learn to teach others, for example by analyzing the movements of gymnastics or by reflecting on the type of muscular effort required swimming.
If you are an accomplished athlete, do not rely on the practice to catch up, it is only a third to a quarter of the program, depending on the faculty.
To become a sports teacher, we must continue to master and pass the competition CAPEPS (certificate of aptitude of secondary education).
Other opportunities are also possible after the master (or as soon as the license) in the fields of management, recreation, health, tourism, etc..
BEES: specialized sports
The BEES (patent State sports instructor) , issued by the Ministry of Sports, allows engage in teaching, coaching or expertise in a sport activity among sixty.
There are three levels of BEES.
The first degree (vocational baccalaureate level) requires a good level of sport in their chosen discipline.
The second degree (degree level) is available to holders of BEES first degree for at least two years.
The third degree is open to holders of BEES second degree for at least four years.
Accessible to 18, the BEES first degree may be obtained by examination or by continuous monitoring. Preparation BEES lasts from six months to two years.
Flexibility training can juggle the preparation of diploma and professional activity.
Other degree from the Department of Sports: the BPJEPS (professional patent youth, public education and sport) is gradually replacing the BEES first degree in certain specialties.
She wanted to do after graduating from high school S. "I thought the job of physiotherapist. After graduating high school, I enrolled in medicine. But going too fast. After the first semester, I stopped over and sat down to review the SVT, physics and chemistry programs first and final attempt of the competition schools physios. I have not been admitted. The following year, I enrolled in a private preparation. I spent six contests physiotherapist and occupational therapist three. I have failed. I then reoriented license STAPS [science and technology of physical and sports activities] at the University of Evry . " What she did today. "I am a second year STAPS adapted physical activity option. The course suits me completely and I found lots of opportunities that are close to my idea of physio. After the license, I have a master's education through sport. "
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