Strength and Conditioning is widely acknowledged by athletes and coaches as a vital component of achieving peak performance and reducing injury. This is a growing area, with demand for Strength and Conditioning Coaches increasing rapidly. To become a Strength and Conditioning Coach there are typically two requirements; a degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences and accreditation by the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA). On this course, you can work towards both at the same time. In this Strength and Conditioning course we cover all traditional sport science disciplines. It contains the same core components of sport and exercise sciences, like psychology, physiology, biomechanics, and research methods that other Sport and Exercise Sciences courses do, but here you will also learn the practical techniques required to become a Strength and Conditioning Coach. This is unique in Sport and Exercise Sciences degrees.