Our fitness courses range from Level 2 to Level 4. Whether you want to become a general fitness instructor or whether you want to become a specialist therapist, there should be a course to suit you.
LEVEL 2 FITNESS INSTRUCTOR
Level 2 Fitness Instructor is one of our top three courses. You will be able to gain employment in a health club, write challenging, varied programmes for clients and interact with people on a multitude of goals.
LEVEL 2 EXERCISE TO MUSIC
Our certificate in Exercise to Music is arguably our most fun course. Choosing this course, you can make a start in the fitness industry based on your ability to motivate, deliver choreography and keep your class working hard.
LEVEL 3 PERSONAL TRAINER
Our Level 3 Personal Trainer course is one of our top three courses and it gives students the knowledge and skills to work with individual clients in a 1-to-1 Personal Training setting.
LEVEL 3 SPORTS MASSAGE
Our Level 3 Sports Massage Therapy is one of our top three most popular courses. It teaches you the techniques necessary to assess clients for a variety of issues, treat muscular sports injuries and offer post-treatment advice for pain-free function.
LEVEL 3 MATWORK PILATES
Pilates is a fantastic functional training method used for decades to improve strength, core stability, flexibility and posture. Level 3 Pilates offers you the skills to deliver group exercise classes or one-to-one sessions.
LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN EXERCISE REFERRAL
Our Level 3 Diploma in Exercise Referral gives you a start towards working within exercise referral. If you see yourself working with individuals dealing with medical conditions, this course is ideal for you.
LEVEL 4 LOW BACK PAIN
A Level 4 Low Back Pain qualification will equip you to work with clients with back problems. You to learn how to assess the symptoms, the cause and devise a strategy to remedy the symptoms for your clients.
STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING
This qualification provides PTs with the skills necessary to analyse, design and deliver training sessions for athletes. You'll learn about biomechanics, needs analysis, sport-specific skills and athlete-specific requirements.