- Be able to work in a variety of customer-facing roles within the active leisure industry, including fitness instructing, personal training and leisure operations.
- Be able to access higher education degree programmes.
- There are no specific entry requirements, but a learner must be capable of Level 3 study.
- Some experience of gym-based exercises, including free weights, is highly recommended.
- The course requires physical exertion and individual participation is essential, so a degree of physical fitness is necessary.
- There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills in communication pitched at level 2.
Over the two year programme learners must complete the 14 mandatory units (93 credits) and a minimum of 40 credits from any of the optional units.
For detailed information on the qualification structure download the Qualification Guidance.
Coursework/Project, Multiple Choice Examination, Portfolio of Evidence, Practical Demonstration/Assignment/Assessment
Fees For Centres
This qualification provides progression into:
- Further learning or training in a specialist area.
- Higher education.