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How to Become a Personal Trainer

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What do I need to study to become a Personal Trainer?

This online SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness course will qualify you to work as a registered personal trainer and set you up for a career in the fitness industry. View course information
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Complete this online Complete Personal Trainer (SIS40215 + entry requiremtns) course and gain a nationally recognised qualification, and be guaranteed an employment contract with organisations such as by Goodlife, Genesis, Core24 or Club Lime. View course information
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This Bachelor of Health Science (Fitness) provides targeted training for those wishing to enter the fitness industry or improve their professional skill set. View course information
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Launch your career as a personal trainer or fitness instructor with the skills gained in this Associate Degree of Sports Business from Australian College of Physical Education. View course information
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Ready to take the plunge and pursue fitness as a full-time career? This Diploma of Applied Fitness from Australian College of Physical Education gives you the tools to achieve your career goals. View course information
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Prepare to make your mark as a personal trainer and feel the satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference to people’s lives with the SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness from the Australian Fitness Academy.  View course information
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Join the fitness industry as a recognised PT with the Australian Fitness Academy's Personal Trainer Course bundle including a SIS30315 Certificate III  and SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness.  View course information
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The Certificate III & IV in Fitness (SIS30315 & SIS40215) is an all-in-one package course that provides everything you need to start your career as a personal trainer. View course information
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The SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness is the minimum educational requirement for becoming a personal trainer in Australia, incorporating the skills and knowledge you need to work in the fitness industry and/or run your own personal training business. View course information
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The PT Direct Pathway (SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness+ Prerequisite Units) is a fast-tracked course that bundles every unit you'll need to complete to become a qualified personal trainer in Australia. View course information
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The Complete Personal Trainer (SIS40215) + Diploma of Business (BSB50215) from the Australian Institute of Personal Trainers is a dual qualification that equips students with the necessary fitness training and business skills to start their own personal training business. View course information
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What are the responsibilities of a Personal Trainer ?

  • Assessing clients’ health and fitness level and identifying risk factors.
  • Consulting with clients to determine their desired outcomes.
  • Designing customised fitness programs and exercise routines to suit each individual’s abilities, lifestyle and goals.
  • Demonstrating and providing instruction on movements, techniques and correct use of equipment used in fitness routines.
  • Leading group exercises and personal tuition in a safe and engaging manner.
  • Providing motivation, support and encouragement.
  • Supplying information and liaising with health professionals to develop dietary and nutritional plans.
  • Ensuring exercise equipment is safe, clean and properly set up.
  • Implementing and upholding health and safety standards and injury prevention practices.
  • Maintaining up-to-date first aid certificates.