Outcome: Expended knowledge in online training
Career: Complimentary knowledge for Personal Trainers
Study methods: Online
Payment methods: Pay up-front
Gain 3 CEC points with this course through Aus Active
Things to consider:
Expand your knowledge and support your clients with online training by studying the Fit Education Online Trainer Short Course.
Designed by personal trainers for personal trainers, this course is aimed at helping you build a base knowledge of online training to help you with your business. Personal trainers who work with new technology rather than viewing it as a threat to their existence will benefit both their clients and their businesses. From the increase in fitness wearables such as Garmins, Fitbits and Apple Watches, to remote diet and exercise consultations, there are now numerous ways that people can use technology to help them achieve their fitness goals.
With this evolution comes a change in the way people seek assistance from fitness professionals. In a technology-heavy world, we’re seeing more flexible options. It is important to adapt to the changes, embrace what is now available and be aware of where it’s headed in the near future.
There are many ways to offer fitness online. The options are endless when it comes to what to offer, how to package it, what to charge, how to spend your time, and the ways to work with clients.
Our courses are delivered online to you, no matter where you are located. There are 23 elements included within the Nutrition Short Course, with all resources required to complete the course available in your student study portal. A trainer is assigned to you for guidance throughout the course and will grade your assessments. Visit https://fiteducation.edu.au/faqs/ for answers to our most frequently asked questions.
Our courses are delivered by personal trainers for personal trainers Once you complete your course, you will receive a certificate of completion outlining the units and have a broader knowledge of nutrition to help inform your clients of healthier food choices.
In 2019 Fit Education graduates:
(NCVER Report 2019)