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Professional Bachelor's degree - Management and development of organizations, sports and leisure services # Mountain professions

Gap

Initial training, Continuing education, Work-linked training

Number of credits: 180

  • AIMS

    To train professionals who master the successive stages of the design, implementation, development and evaluation of projects or events in the field of sport and sports leisure.

    To train professionals who master the successive stages of the design, implementation, development and evaluation of projects or events in the field of sport and sports leisure.

    • Conduct the programme of action and planning
    • Participate in project steering
    • Coordinate a team of stakeholders and employees
    • Formalise the organisation chart of the structure
  • ADMISSION CONDITIONS

    The access to the professional licence (3rd year of the licence) is contingent: it is subject to a selection (file + jury) open to students having validated 120 credits in a national diploma sanctioning two years of higher education in a field of training compatible with that of the professional licence « GDOSSL ».

  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    Have validated 120 credits in a national diploma sanctioning two years of higher education in a field of training compatible with that of the professional licence « GDOSSL ».

  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    The typical profile of the candidate is that of an enthusiastic sportsman (especially outdoor sports) who wishes to develop a professional project in the entrepreneurial, associative or institutional sectors (territorial collectivities). Beyond the STAPS curriculum, the training is open to students of DUT, BTS or BTSA in the sectors of management, management and tourism.

  • LEARNING AND RESEARCH

    In order to respond to the needs of outdoor sports activities in the PACA region, the Faculty of Sports Sciences offers a professional degree in close collaboration with private and public organisations throughout the region (companies, associations, local authorities).

    A significant part of the teaching is delivered by professionals, allowing the training to be in line with the realities of the field. Thus, students can project themselves into the concrete problems and contingencies of sports service organisations. A block of lessons is followed by a group internship in a company.

    The course is organised between training periods and professional training periods.

  • SCHOOL REGISTRATION

    Typical courses can be access by
    • Initial Formation
    • Continious formation
    • Alertnating Learning formation
  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    This diploma combines skills linked to the management of service organisations, knowledge of outdoor sports activities and the means of developing them economically or socially.

    The graduate is a professional capable of managing, managing and developing an organisation, according to the environmental and economic context. He/she masters the legal, management, accounting and communication skills inherent to these activities.

  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    The accompaniment of the student's professional project is a key element of this course. A significant part of the training is therefore provided by professionals from the sports and business worlds.

    The course is designed to help students develop their professional project.

  • SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS

    The curriculum is organised between training periods and professional internship periods. The internship lasts a minimum of 14 weeks (420h).

    The course is organised between training periods and professional internship periods.

  • OFFSITE TEACHING

    The GDOSS degree course « métiers de la montagne » is delivered à Gap, à strong alpine identity.

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