FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE

Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte

 


  Syllabus 9995002305 - INSTALACIONES Y ESPACIOS DEPORTIVOS

CODE
9995002305

COURSE
SPORTS FACILITIES AND AREAS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is taught in the third year of the degree in sport and physical activity in the three quarters.


COURSE TYPE
Obligatory

ECTS CREDITS
6

CONTEXT

This is a subject that is related to the field of sport management. However, its contents may be useful to any professional in the field of sport and physical activity.


STUDY MODE

Classroom


COMPETENCES

GENERAL SKILLS:

SPECIFIC SKILLS:

 


TOPICS

Lesson 1. Basic terminology of sports equipments.

Introduction: the concept of sports equipment.

Classification of sports equipments.

The sports areas: concept and classification.

Complementary or auxiliary spaces: concept and classification.

The area of influence of a sports facility.

 

Lesson 2. The planning and design of a sports facility.

Introduction.

Planning a sports facility: stages and principles.

Basic design criteria.

The program needs and the functional organization of the installation spaces.

The area of influence of a sports facility.

 

Lesson 3. Large and small rooms.

Introduction: previous concepts.

Room Types and patterns of use.

Peculiarities in the planning process and facility design.

Functional characteristics of large and small rooms.

 

Lesson 4. Indoor and outdoor.

Previous concepts and types of glass.

Peculiarities in the planning and design of a swimming pool.

Legal Framework. Health and hygiene regulations for public swimming pools.

The glass and swimming beach: construction and equipment.

The chemical treatment of the water.

 

Lesson 5. Auxiliary spaces.

Types of auxiliary space.

Design, construction and performance characteristics of the main auxiliary spaces.

 

Lesson 6. Large fields and small tracks.

Introduction and classifications.

General considerations on planning and design.

Main types of space: dimensions and basic characteristics.

Floors for small tracks and large fields.

The small track lighting and large fields.


ACTIVITIES

The training activities that will have to carry out the student to achieve the objectives are: readings, exhibitions and presentations, independent study, evaluation tests, desk research, individual and group work directed individual and group tutorials, problem solving, discussions and pooled.


EVALUATION

The acquisition of skills by the student / to be assessed through continuous assessment system and, in particular, assessing and evaluating the results of the application of the following assessment:

-          40% of the final grade corresponds to the development of practices and / or work related to the subject contents. Such practices and / or works will be on an individual or group, as appropriate. You will need an average rating of 5 weighted the same, to be considered approved. Practices and / or work must be presented in a timely manner. No practices will be collected and / or untimely work. Each of the practices and / or works will not have the same weight on the average rating of the practice and / or work, but will be weighted according to their importance.

-          Testing theoretical application of knowledge. There will be two partial objective evidence, which will mean the remaining 60% of the final grade. It is required to obtain a minimum score of 5 in each of the partial objective evidence to overcome.

Both parties must be approved (minimum score of 5 in each) for the final (100%).

In case of not obtaining the weighted average grade of 5 in the practices and / or works, the student must carry out an objective test in ordinary convocation to try to surpass the practical part successfully. The qualification obtained in this test (minimum 5) will be the 40% of the final grade.

Should we not get the minimum score of 5 in the partial objective tests, the student must:

-          If you have not passed any of them, objective testing on the date set for the ordinary call with the contents of the entire subject.

-          If you have passed only one of them, objective testing on the date set for the ordinary call with the contents corresponding to the partial objective test unsurpassed.

Students who do not pass the objective test on the date set for the regular call, will have objective testing on the date set for the extraordinary with the contents of the entire subject.

Students who decide to invoke the final evaluation system from the beginning of the course must:

-          Develop two or partial objective evidence, the objective test on the date set for the ordinary call or, where appropriate, for the extraordinary. The score on the objective test will be 60% of the final grade.

-          Develop a job related to the course content (previously defined by the teacher) and present it on the date set for the ordinary call or, where appropriate, for the extraordinary. The score on the job will be 40% of the final grade.

Both parties must be approved (minimum score of 5 in each) for the final (100%).

The assessment will conclude with an acknowledgment of the level of learning achieved by the student, the numerical grade materialized in accordance with the provisions of current legislation, where 5 is the minimum final grade required to pass the course.


SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

The subject is taught in spanish.


METHODOLOGY

The methodology used in this course will be active, based mainly on guided study, student´s self-study, master class, case study analysis, field work and oral presentations.


LAST UPDATE
13 de Noviembre de 2016