NEFPC. Fitness Instructor / Personal Trainer Certification

South Dublin City
Price: On request
Duration: 20 weeks
Part Time and Evening
Afternoon and Evening courses
Schedule: TBC

Course description

Fitness Instructor / Personal Trainer Certification
Become a Certified Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer with Irelands most prestigious training organisation.
After getting together with 8 of Ireland’s top Fitness educators and innovators, the NEFPC is launching a revolutionary curriculum of industry-leading EHFA Accredited courses.
andldquo;We are committed to raising the standards and improving the profile of Fitness Instructors and Personal Trainers in Irelandandrdquo;
The NEFPC will help you build a career, not just a certification. We provide tools and strategies to get on the fast track to success as a Fitness instructor and Personal Trainer.Our team of tutors are highly successful trainers in there chosen field and are there to give more than just content from a manual.You will learn tried and tested advanced training techniques used by Ireland’s strongest Personal Trainers and Group instructors.
This gives you clout and assurance that you have chosen the industry’s most elite certification.
Sign up to both Courses and you get a choice of 9 inclusive workshops, thought by Irelands most successful trainers.

Kettle bells Workshop
Strong man Training Course
Bootcamp Workshop
Boxer-size Workshop
Sports Specific Workshop
Advanced PT nutrition
Advanced Step / Exercise Routine
Pole Dancing

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