FitCert Fitness Instructor Course, Dublin, Louth & Offaly

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Fitcert
Fee: on request
Duration: 6 weeks
Course Locations: North Dublin City, Louth, Offaly

This is a perfect entry level Fitness Instructor Course. Through a combination of theory and practical learning FitCerts ITEC EQF LEVEL 3 Certificate in Fitness Instruction enables our students to provide clients with an appropriate gym workout for their specific needs.

FitCerts students have gone on to be very successful Fitness Instructors, working in gyms or working for themselves in the Fitness Industry. Full time and part time course options are available. This course is offered across 3 locations. This course can also be referred to as Gym Instruction.

Upon completion of the qualification students are ready to work in the Fitness Industry in a gym based setting.

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Qualifications Gained

ITEC (EQF Level 4) Certificate in Fitness Instruction

Entry Requirements: 

There are no previous academic requirements

FitCerts Fitness Instructor course is a pre requisite for students wishing to complete the ITEC Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training.

Students can now study the Fitness Instructor AND the Personal Trainer Course at the same time through our PT PLUS Course or if you are serious about your career in the ever growing fitness industry then sign up for our Expert PT Plus Course – this includes everything the other 2 courses included PLUS the fantastic Strength and Conditioning Course.

Course Content

Programme design
Delivering programmes to gym members
Client screening and evaluating special conditions
Movement patterns
Identifying technique errors and corrections
Motivational techniques
Safety in training and injury prevention
Anatomy physiology and training effects on the body