|1.||Critically evaluate the influence of psychosocial factors on health, physical activity, sport and exercise contexts in contemporary society;|
|2.||Use theoretical knowledge and practical skills to critique health and physical activity promotion initiatives and the assessment of physical activity and sedentary behaviour;|
|3.||Identify and describe how personal, social and environmental contexts shape and provide opportunities for health and physical activity behaviours;|
|4.||Contextualise the importance of participation in recreational and lifelong physical activities as movement experiences in promoting engagement in health and physical activity; and|
|5.||Plan, prepare and participate in appropriate, safe and inclusive movement experiences to support lifelong health and physical activity participation.|
|Report||Evidence-based group report and presentation||50%|
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