Play-Ex Sports partnership with InSport Education
We are delighted to offer Play-Ex Sports professionals discounted access to InSport Education’s new, self-paced, online sports business course, designed to provide professional athletes with a pathway into employment within the sports industry after retirement.
The Foundations of Sport Business course covers key business skills such as finance, marketing, and leadership, as well as looking at the fundamental competencies required by different job roles within the sector, including sports consultancy, sponsorships and partnerships, investment, and much more.
All course content is prepared and delivered by sport business experts working at organisations including The FA, British and Irish Lions, Six Nations Rugby, The NFL, Formula-E, the International Olympic Association, and Sky. Course participants learn from their practical, first-hand experience in the industry.
As part of the course, we also offer exclusive 1-on-1 access to our speakers for careers advice and networking, subject to speaker availability and additional fees.
Odgers Berndtson, the number one British search and recruitment firm with a fully dedicated sports, media, and gaming practice is the course Employment Partner, providing you with the connections you need to kickstart your career in the sports business industry.
- Comprehensive introduction to the key skills and competencies required to get a job in sport business after retirement
- Benefit from practical, real-world case studies and presentations
- Access and network with sport industry experts at top companies
- Learn at your own pace with a flexible, online learning platform
- Get your InSport Education certificate to add to your CV and LinkedIn
Play-Ex Sports Discount
Play-Ex Sports professionals can access a 20% discount on course fees by quoting the coupon code: PLAYEX20
If you would like to enrol in the course, please click here.
Offer ends February 19th 2021.
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