Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma Master Practitioner in Personal Training (RQF)

Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma Master Practitioner in Personal Training (RQF)

(QRN – 601/6332/X)

 

 

Qualification Overview

The 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, Low 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 training and for gym based exercise enabling them to successfully deliver a range of exercises and develop their own personal training business.

 

Qualification Structure

To 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.

 

 

Leaner Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification.

 

 

Progression Routes

Learners wishing to progress from this qualification can undertake the following qualifications:

  • Focus Awards Level 5 Diploma in Massage Therapy for Sports (RQF)

 

 

Age Ranges

Entry is at the discretion of the centre; however learners should be 16 to undertake this qualification.

 

 

Geographical Coverage

This qualification is available in England.

 

 

Qualification Specification

To view the Qualification Specification please click here.

 

Unit Title Unit Ref Level GLH Credit
Mandatory units
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