Certificate IV Instructor Training Course
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
You will learn how to apply your sound knowledge of the philosophical and mechanical Pilates principles, fundamental anatomy and biomechanics, as well as superb teaching methodology.
On successful completion of the 52855WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology you will be able to demonstrate a range of well-developed skills applicable in health and fitness settings.
Work at this level may be undertaken independently or under guidance and/or supervision.
There are no study pre-requisites for enrolling in the 52855WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology course however:
- Your health and fitness should be capable of reaching a highly competent level with the Pilates repertoire.
- You need a minimum of 30 hours Pilates experience.
- There is 5 hours of pre-course study to be undertaken.
- Students require language, literacy and numeracy skills sufficient to understand anatomy and physiology terms, pathology terms and to communicate with other Allied Health professionals.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
The training is a total of 80 hours, spread over the course of 6 months.
There are 5 face-to-face training sessions and students require additional time to complete the necessary assessments, online learning components and clinical/personal practice hours.
Optional student clinics are offered to assist students in completing their clinical practice requirements.
Comprehensive Course Manuals/Workbooks and access to online learning modules, reference materials, videos and Powerpoints.
CAN I DO THIS COURSE FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT?
Yes, this course is worth 15 ESSA CPD points
Additionally, this course qualifies graduates for membership to a wide range of Professional Associations
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