Sport Management, Recreation and Human Performance (Level 4)

If you’re looking to work in the exciting area of sport management and recreation this short course is a great place to start your journey and will provide the foundation to progress to further study.


Get an introduction into health studies, learn about how the body works and how to design health and fitness programmes. 

Our purpose-built training and exercise facilities, equipment and performance lab rooms will help you develop and enhance your practical learning and assessment opportunities in a realistic sport, recreation and exercise environment. Our dedicated industry tutors have a wealth of knowledge and are qualified to give you the learning support you and experience you need to succeed.  

If you’re looking to pathway onto higher education, we’ll give you the skills and knowledge needed to thrive within the field of sports, recreation, health, fitness and exercise.  


During this course you will learn:

  • Introduction to Health Studies 

  • Health and Fitness Programme Design 

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology 

  • Basic Research and Data Skills 

  • Community Development and Recreation 

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  • Hold a qualification at Level 3 NZQF or equivalent

- Course costs for New Zealand domestic students are available here

- Course costs for international students are available here


If you’re planning to start tertiary study or training for the first time you may be eligible for fees-free. Ask one of our course advisors to help or visit the Fees Free website. 


If you meet certain conditions, you may be eligible for a student loan and allowances. 

Find out if you meet the conditions by calling StudyLink on Freephone 0800 88 99 00 or visit 

New Zealand Certificate in Study & Employment Pathways (Level 4)

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Sport Management Level 4 Start Dates





NZMA Christchurch 177

Career Opportunities

  • Sports assistant 

  • Recreation activity assistant 

  • Exercise assistant 

  • Community exercise instructor 

  • Youth development worker and assistant sports coach 

  • Coordination roles in sport and recreation organizations 

  • Paid and non-paid voluntary work experience 





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