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BHS TRAINING MANUAL FOR THE PTT

Nature, recreation and sports


by
Islay Auty

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 144 pages

File size: 1.7 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This new edition of the existing title The BHS Training Manual for the PTT incorporating the UKCC Level 2 has been revised and expanded to cover the latest syllabus which now consists of six units, two practical and four theory. Comprehensive information is included on the techniques, knowledge and understanding required for the BHS PTT exam, making it the definitive course companion. This training manual describes the level of practical and theoretical knowledge required for each unit of the exam; how candidates should train to ensure competence in every aspect of the syllabus; successful exam techniques (what to expect and how to present yourself); exam procedure for the practical and oral sections with valuable test questions and model answers; and what the assessors are looking for. Updated by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI who is Director of Standards (the department responsible for training, education and exams) at the BHS and a chief examiner.

This new edition of the existing title The BHS Training Manual for the PTT incorporating the UKCC Level 2 has been revised and expanded to cover the latest syllabus which now consists of six units, two practical and four theory. Comprehensive information is included on the techniques, knowledge and understanding required for the BHS PTT exam, making it the definitive course companion. This training manual describes the level of practical and theoretical knowledge… (more)

This new edition of the existing title The BHS Training Manual for the PTT incorporating the UKCC Level 2 has been revised and expanded to cover the latest syllabus which now consists of six units, two practical and four theory. Comprehensive information is included on the techniques, knowledge and understanding required for the BHS PTT exam, making it the definitive course companion. This training manual describes the level of practical and theoretical knowledge required for each unit of the exam; how candidates should train to ensure competence in every aspect of the syllabus; successful exam techniques (what to expect and how to present yourself); exam procedure for the practical and oral sections with valuable test questions and model answers; and what the assessors are looking for. Updated by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI who is Director of Standards (the department responsible for training, education and exams) at the BHS and a chief examiner.

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