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SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness

SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness – workplace functions could be working with clients as a fitness instructor within a fitness centre, conducting group activities such as aerobic classes, gym instructing or aqua classes. Organisational and administrative work may also be included in the job role. A range of competencies are included such as basic anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology and developing fitness programs.

You will learn about:

  • working with clients as a fitness instructor
  • conducting group activities such as aerobic classes, gym instructing or aqua classes
  • basic anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology and development fitness programs

To enrol in this program you will need:

  • an ability to undertake biology/science units
  • at least basic levels of literacy and numeracy

This program:

  • leads to Certificate IV in Fitness

Career Opportunities

This qualification provides the skills to work as a fitness instructor. Students completing the Certificate III may continue on to study the Certificate IV in Fitness.

Dates and Times

SOUTH
Drysdale Campus, Hobart

  • Next Intake:  2018
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register your interest

NORTH WEST
Devonport Campus – Drysdale

  • Next Intake:   2018
  • Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register your interest

Learning Options

Depending on your needs, learning may be on-the-job, off-the-job or a combination of both.

Assessment Process

Throughout all assessments, Occupational Health & Safety procedures must be followed.

Recognition

For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/recognition/

Resources and Equipment

Text required: The Essential Guide to Fitness for the Fitness Instructors by Marchese and Hill – Publishers are Pearce Prentice Hall.

Fees and Payments

For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/fees-and-payments/

Pre-requisites

An ability to undertake science / biology units. To succeed students must have at least basic levels of Literacy and Numeracy. Support is available to students who may have difficulty meeting the above requirements. Some of these skills may be improved through the learning process. If required, other assessment methods may be used for students (e.g. verbal tests instead of short written tests).

Qualification Requirements

16 units of competency must be selected to successfully complete this qualification consisting of 9 core units and 7 elective units.

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