Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma Master Practitioner in Personal Training (RQF)
(QRN – 603/5235/8)
Qualification OverviewThe Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma Master Practitioner in Personal Training (RQF) will enable learners to provide exercise to a range of clients with conditions including Diabetes, Lower back Pain and Obesity. The Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma Master Practitioner in Personal Training (RQF) will take learners through planning exercise as a personal traine, and for gym-based exercise, enabling them to successfully deliver a range of exercises and develop their own personal training business.
Qualification StructureTo be awarded the Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma Master Practitioner in Personal Training (RQF) learners must complete all mandatory units achieving a total of 98 credits.
Learner Entry RequirementsThere are no specific entry requirements for this qualification.
Progression RoutesLearners wishing to progress from this qualification can undertake the following qualifications:
Age RangesEntry is at the discretion of the centre; however, learners should be at least 16 years of age to undertake this qualification.
Geographical CoverageThis qualification is available in England.
Qualification SpecificationTo view the Qualification Specification please click here.
|Unit Title||Unit Ref||Level||GLH||Credits|
|Principles of health and wellbeing for exercise, fitness and health||Y/617/8588||2||28||4|
|Anatomy physiology and kinesiology for exercise and health||D/617/8589||2||41||6|
|Know how to support clients lifestyle management and enhance client motivation for exercise and physical activity||R/617/8590||2||13||2|
|Principles of professional practice and health and safety in a fitness environment||Y/617/8591||2||16||2|
|Planning professional practice with effective consultations and assessments for gym-based exercise sessions||D/617/8592||2||23||4|
|Instructing professional practice and effective exercise supervision in gym-based exercise sessions||H/617/8593||2||37||6|
|Anatomy physiology and kinesiology for exercise and health||K/617/8594||3||43||6|
|Applying nutritional principles to personal training||M/617/8595||3||40||6|
|Planning exercise Programme design for Personal Training Clients||T/617/8596||3||47||7|
|Delivering exercise programmes for Personal Training sessions||A/617/8597||3||58||9|
|Business acumen and the use of information technology for a personal trainer||F/617/8598||3||35||5|
|Planning Exercise to Support Diabetic Clients||J/617/8599||4||22||3|
|Delivering Exercise to Support Diabetic Clients||M/617/8600||4||22||4|
|Understanding Diabetes in relation to exercise||T/617/8601||4||22||3|
|Planning Exercise to Support Obese Clients||M/617/6300||4||22||3|
|Delivering Exercise to Support Obese Clients||T/617/6301||4||22||4|
|Behavioural strategies for managing obesity||A/617/6302||4||33||5|
|Classification of obesity||F/617/6303||4||21||4|
|Classification of low back pain||D/617/6289||4||28||4|
|Behavioural strategies for managing low back pain||A/617/6297||4||16||3|
|Planning exercise for clients with low back pain||F/617/6298||4||27||4|
|Delivering exercise for clients with low back pain||J/617/6299||4||28||4|
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