All the learning materials for this courses are available online through our unique online learning portal, a virtual classroom which guides you, section by section, through your course. If you don’t already hold a Level 3 Personal Trainer qualification, to help you complete the Anatomy & Physiology and Nutrition units, you’ll also be able to access all the online learning materials for this course too. All the facts and information you require are clearly presented to make learning as easy and enjoyable as possible, there’s even a quiz at the end of each section to test yourself. A hard copy of the course manual is also available at an additional cost.
Exercise Referral Diploma Course - Full Time
This full time, 5 day course is for people who are looking to work in a GP Exercise Referral setting, broaden their knowledge as a Personal Trainer to work with clients with specific conditions, or progress onto becoming a Level 4 qualified instructor.
Our nationally recognised Exercise Referral qualification takes an in-depth look at a range of conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, osteoarthritis, mental health conditions and many more – focusing on how exercise can improve quality of life and help clients achieve their goals.
Prefer to study part-time?
We also run this course as a part-time course.
Course Structure and Content
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
|Birmingham||David Lloyd||Exercise Referral Specialist||09/10 June 2018|
|Trafford Park Manchester||David Lloyd||Exercise Referral Specialist||23/24 April 2018 (Midweek)|
|Trafford Park Manchester||David Lloyd||Exercise Referral (Full Time)||14/16 May 2018 & 21/22 May 2018 (Midweek)|
|Trafford Park Manchester||David Lloyd||Exercise Referral (Full Time)||01/03 October 2018 & 08/09 October 2018 (Midweek)|
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All you need to become a qualified Personal Trainer. This package includes the Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications you need to get you there.