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Advanced Personal Training L4
- Qualification Type: Advanced Learner Loan
- Level: 4
- Course Duration: 6 Months
- Course Value: £811
The Advanced Personal Training qualification involves individuals working with a client throughout their personal training journey in a manner which facilitates their progression towards the successful achievement of their goals.
Over the course of the case study your will need to:
– Perform an initial consultation including relevant baseline assessments.
– Set client- and goal-specific SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic/relevant and time-bound) goals.
– Plan a client- and goal-specific periodised programme which spans at least three mesocycles and facilitates achievement of the client’s long-term goals.
– Work with your client for at least 12 weeks whilst recording all sessions, modifications, adaptations, progressions, reassessments, results and any other relevant notes in a professional manner.
– Discuss the client’s journey through the plan on at least three occasions, presenting relevant supporting notes and explaining the client’s progression and any actions your have taken to maximise it.
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You won’t have to repay your loan back until your income is over £25,725 a year and you’ll only pay back 9% of any income above £25,725 a year.
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