Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course the student is expected to be able to:

  • know which development period the target group is (sensitive period)
  • deepend his theoretical knowledge in motor development and learning
  • understand what opportunities physical activity provides for promoting the health and well-being of children / adolescents / adults / the elderly
  • develop their skills in sports didactics, such as planning, implementing and evaluating physical and health-promoting activities for the target group. The student takes into account the principles of motor learning.
  • learn to motivate the target group.
  • learn to communicate in a constructive way with the target group.
  • deepens his theoretical knowledge in sports didactics and various target groups through literature and by seeking answers to questions / challenges that arise during the internship period.
  • collaborate, work in groups and contribute to common goals
  • understand his ethical responsibility as educator and leader. The student can bear responsibility for his or her own work 
  • apply the professional ethics principles for his own industry and work for a safe and secure work culture.


Learning outcomes for Health Promotion:

  • The same as for practice in general, but with a health-promoting perspective. It means seeing and acting from the outside; participation, empowerment, arena thinking and supportive environments, equality and justice.

Trainer Profile Learning Outcome:

  • That students apply their theoretical knowledge in sports didactics in practice.