Sport and Fitness
There's more to working in sport and fitness than meets the eye! If you sucessfully complete a sport and fitness course at Glasgow Clyde College, a vast and diverse range of employment opportunities could await you.
As well as introductory sports and fitness, we offer specific coaching and development courses, designed to help you pursue a career in your chosen specialism.
Introduction to Sport and Fitness is a course designed to give you an overview of what's involved and includes basketball, swimming and the latest fitness and exercise trends.
Including sport topics like anatomy and physiology, first aid and nutrition, graduates from our HND Coaching and Developing Sport course go on to sports-related degrees or directly into employment in the sports industry. You'll also have the chance to study for GB coaching awards alongside your course.
We also offer tailored qualifications in the coaching of football which incorporate specialist training sessions in areas such as goalkeeping. These courses have strong links with the Scottish Football Association (SFA) and Soccer Academies.
With a large games hall at each of our three campuses, Glasgow Clyde College is fully-equipped to give sports students a winning experience.
You can also make full use of the fitness suite, exercise room and football pitches with all-weather surface, so you can get active whatever the weather.
Celtic Soccer Academy is proud to showcase its long term partnership with Glasgow Clyde College. Each week during the academic year, Celtic Soccer Academy staff deliver a comprehensive coach education programme to the NQ and HNC Sports Coaching students.
Derek Johnston, HNC Football Coaching and Development student is unveiled as the new First Team Coach for Stenhousemuir FC Ladies Team.
As part of our new Body and Soul series, HND Fitness, Health and Exercise student Marc Boag will be sharing some health and fitness advice. His first article provides some tips for those of us who have taken up running over the last few months.