Community Sport and Health Officer Level 3




16-20 Months




Engaging people in sport and physical activity across local communities.

End Point Assessment

  • Work-based Observation
  • Case study challenge
  • Presentation with question and answers
  • Panel interview.

Who is it for?

The key role of a Community Sport and Health Officer (CSHO) is to initiate behaviour change in local residents with regards engagement in sport and physical activity across local communities. By working within and across local organisations individuals will scope, organise and coordinate the delivery of opportunities for local communities to get more physically active.

Key Responsibilities may include:

Tasks might include attendance at meetings, supervising sessions, liaising with partner organisations, designing marketing collateral, updating social media or reporting against project criteria. It is also important for the CSHO to understand their limitations and boundaries, working with specialists from other professions where appropriate – this may include the police and uniformed services, Allied Health Professionals, counsellors, personal trainers, sports coaches or youth workers.

Occupations may include:

The occupation exists within the sport for development sector that plays an important role in improving the health of the nation – creating opportunities that get more people, more active, more often.

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