15 training courses found
This course is ideal for instructors or personal trainers who are interested in designing exercise programmes for pre and post natal women. The course is taught through a blended learning which is a mixture of home study and one attendance day.
The Studio Combat Instructor course is for those who are already qualified as exercise to music instructors but who would like to teach a class using a variation of martial arts moves within a session, using their own choreography.
The Kettlebell Instructor course is for those instructors looking to continue their professional development by becoming competent in teaching kettlebell exercises to clients. Although they have been around for a number of years Kettlebells are becoming more and more popular with fitness professionals as a training tool and can produce many benefits.
Candidates will cover: • How to design and teach safe and effective studio resistance training sessions using body weight and free weights • The principles of warm up, the aerobic curve and cool down • Working to music • Motivating participants • A variety of group teaching skills • Planning and teaching studio resistance classes • The benefits of studio resistance training • A variety of approaches to studio resistance training • How to respond to health and safety issues Candidates will be assessed through written questions, coursework and a practical assessment.
This qualification is aimed at individuals wishing to design and deliver safe and effective group indoor cycling sessions. Covered during the course: How to design and teach safe and effective group indoor cycling sessions, the principles of warm up, the aerobic curve and cool down, working with music, motivating participants, a variety of group teaching skills, cycle set up and safe cycling technique, how to respond to health and safety issues.
The exercise to music course is taught through blended learning, this means that the theory element of the course is done through your own home study, once booked onto the course you would be sent out a theory manual and some home study questions which can be sent back to us by email (guided learning hours – 60). The 5 attendance days are mainly practical where you would learn how to plan and teach a successful exercise to music class, it also covers health and safety, music beats and phrases, choreography etc.
This course is taught through ‘blended learning’, this means that the theory element of the course (which includes anatomy and physiology and nutrition) is done through home study (80 hours recommended), followed by 8 attendance days (over weekends) covering the practical element of the course. The practical days include advanced training methods, fitness testing and training in different environments.
This course is taught through 'blended learning', this means that the majority of the theory side of the course is taught through home study. Once booked onto the course you are sent a theory manual and home study questions to help you revise the theory.
The Emergency First Aid at Work course is suitable for those who are looking to gain the information relevant for giving the initial treatment to someone who is injured or sick, prior to professional medical assistance arriving.
This course is suitable for those looking to gain the knowledge and understanding for giving treatment to someone who is injured or sick. Candidates will learn how to deal with a variety of injuries and illnesses.
The aim of this course is to increase understanding of the relationship between exercise and physical activity and clinical benefits for mental health, this qualification aims to provide advanced exercise instructors with the skills and knowledge to work with patients and mental health professionals in the design, delivery and evaluation of safe and effective physical activity programmes. The Qualification is an important step towards developing the confidence of mental health professionals regarding the expertise and integrity of exercise professionals in the development of collaborative and holistic treatment programmes for mental health conditions that include exercise and physical activity.
This qualification is aimed at fitness professionals who wish to learn how to provide assistance and advice and design exercise programmes for people with certain medical conditions which put their health at risk. During the course candidates will learn: The principles of collecting information to plan an exercise referral programme, the principles of risk stratification in exercise referral and the principles and procedures of record keeping How to identify goals with exercise referral patients and instruct, adapt and review exercise sessions with these patients.
This qualification is aimed at the candidate who wants to pursue a career in the health and fitness industry as a fitness instructor in the context of exercise and physical activity for children. The course is taugh through blended learning which is a mixture of home study and three attendance days.
The Suspended Bodyweight Instructor course is for those instructors looking to continue their professional development by becoming competent in teaching suspended bodyweight exercises to clients. This type of training is excellent for developing the core, improving balance, strength and flexibility as well as being an excellent rehabilitation tool.
This course is ideal for fitness instructors and personal trainers who are looking to gain the knowledge and skills to teach a group session using 'high intensity interval training'. During the course candidates will cover: - The benefits of HIIT - How to correctly structure a HIIT session - Physiological factors relating to HIIT - Health and safety considerations including unsuitable participants - Music legalities - Group exercise considerations - Safe and suitable exercises including the use of portable equipment - How to plan and teach a safe and effective session The course is taught over 2 days and is assessed through written questions, session planning and a practical assessment.