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Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in Strength and Conditioning

Level 4
Part-Time
22/23
60311617
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Overview

This course aims to provide students with the background knowledge and practical skills to be able to plan, deliver and review strength and conditioning programmes that work towards athletes achieving their performance goals. This course is suitable for those currently working in the fitness industry in roles such as personal trainers, sports coaches and strength and conditioning coaches.

This is a bespoke, industry relevant qualification which helps currently qualified fitness instructors to build upon their professional competence and to open up further employment opportunities. In order to possess and demonstrate a suitable level of occupational competence, instructors are now required to hold a bespoke qualification within this discipline. Skills Focus funding available towards course fees for eligible employers to up skill staff or for self-employed students. Please ask for further details.

*Skills Focus funding is available for eligible employers to upskill staff. Contact linda.clarke@swc.ac.uk to find out more.

Year One

  • Performance analysis of the activity and athlete
  • Plan, deliver and evaluate periodized performance-related strength and conditioning programmes

Students must be 16+ must hold a Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training (or equivalent), a Level 3 Coaching qualification (or equivalent) or a Level 3 Strength and conditioning qualification (or equivalent). Students may also hold relevant higher education or further education qualifications that are equivalent or higher than those listed above (e.g. physiotherapy, sports therapy). There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and students should have basic skills in communication.

Coursework, portfolio of evidence and practical demonstration.

This qualification provides progression on to: Higher education (e.g. college or university) to study strength and conditioning at a higher level. A range of specialist strength and conditioning qualifications. Other level 4 and 5 qualifications in related sectors.

During the qualification students will cover the following: The role of a strength and conditioning coach as part of an athlete’s support team. Methods of carrying out performance-related needs analysis, measurements and assessments. Strategies to analyse and evaluate assessment findings in order to be able to develop and agree short, medium- and long-term performance goals. Planning, delivering and evaluating periodised, performance-related strength and conditioning programmes.

2 Available Sessions

*The fees quoted are per annum and are payable for each year of the course’s duration.

Dungannon

Part-Time

P4617DP10A

Session Code

1 Year(s)

Duration

Higher Education

Mode of Study

10

Hours per Week

18

Number of Weeks

Interview Required

22/23

Academic Year

13/09/2022

Start Date

16:00-21:00

Time

Tuesday|Thursday

Day/s

Total Full Fee £625.00

Total Concessionary Fee N/A

Full Fee Breakdown

**Concession Fee Breakdown

Fees Payable Each Year

**Am I eligible for concessionary fees?

Omagh

Part-Time

P4617OP10A

Session Code

1 Year(s)

Duration

Higher Education

Mode of Study

10

Hours per Week

18

Number of Weeks

Interview Required

22/23

Academic Year

14/09/2022

Start Date

16:00-21:00

Time

Wednesday|Thursday

Day/s

Total Full Fee £625.00

Total Concessionary Fee N/A

Full Fee Breakdown

**Concession Fee Breakdown

Fees Payable Each Year

**Am I eligible for concessionary fees?

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