Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training Face to Face delivery at Facility.

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Fitness Training Scotland

Course details

Course description

The aim of this qualification is to develop learners with existing knowledge and skills in gym instruction who would like to become a certified personal trainer. Learners will cover: Further knowledge of anatomy and physiology applicable to personal training. Lifestyle and medical factors that affect wellbeing. Effective communication skills for client consultations to encourage healthy lifestyle behaviours and strategies for change. Skills to plan and conduct physical activity sessions with different types of clients in a variety of environments with a range of resources. Legal and professional requirements for personal training. How to set up and manage a personal training business on a self-employed basis if they wish to. How to manage, evaluate and improve own performance.

Provided by

Fitness Training Scotland

0141 250 7772

Provider website

Suite 4, Munro Business Park, 15 Munro Place,

Kilmarnock

KA1 2NP

Funding

ITA funding available

Entry requirements

Learners must hold a suitable level 2 qualification in gym instructing. The course requires physical exertion and individual participation is essential, therefore a degree of physical fitness is necessary. There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) and maths involved, so learners should have basic skills in communication and maths pitched at level 2 (as a minimum).

Course options

Course details

Weekend

6th Aug 2022 to 21st Aug 2022

Cost: £1,300.00 (ex. VAT)

Venue details

Broadwood Leisure Centre

1 Ardgoil Drive,

Cumbernauld

G68 9NE

Who to contact

Sarah McDonald

Office Supervisor

sarah.mcdonald@ftscotland.org

0141 250 7772

Apply for ITA funding

Course details

Weekend

6th Aug 2022 to 18th Sep 2022

Cost: £1,300.00 (ex. VAT)

Venue details

Broadwood Leisure Centre

1 Ardgoil Drive,

Cumbernauld

G68 9NE

Who to contact

Sarah McDonald

Office Supervisor

sarah.mcdonald@ftscotland.org

0141 250 7772

Apply for ITA funding