On successful completion of the course, the student will:
Activity theory will serve as both a basis and as a specific arena for the more theoretical subjects in the study programme.
The course IDR110 will be under continuous assessment and development, and activities offered may be subject to change. Instruction in winter- and coastal outdoor activities will always be given.
Lectures, practical work, projects and seminars. The course assumes a great deal of self study.
Compulsory attendance requirements in practical sports (a minimum of 80% attendance).
Estimated student work load is about 540 hours.
The student must pass both the following examinations:
Mid term examination
Individual assessment is related to training practice. During the study programme the student must plan, implement, record and evaluate training for an athlete in one or several of the sports. Requirements for the training project are described in the course brochure. Counts 40%.
End of term examination
A 5-hour written individual examination in Theory of training and Activities theory. Counts 60% of the final grade.
One final grade will be given.
Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences