Fitness for Older Adults (Workshop)

Understanding the specific fitness needs of seniors, and how to write and administer programs to maintain or improve functioning in this growing population.

As a fitness professional, one of the Special populations you will work with are seniors. As life expectancy increases over time, the role of fitness training to maintain or improve current functioning for those individuals aged over 60 years is increasing. Being able to provide specialised fitness for seniors will allow you to capture this much needed market. Through this online workshop, you will be able to incorporate fitness for seniors into your training programs and be taught everything from:

  • screening and risk evaluation
  • physiological changes with aging
  • program design
  • instructional styles and presentation skills
  • motivation techniques
  • and much much more!

By the end of this online course, you will have the confidence to include this specialised market segment into your fitness business.

Workshop details:

  • Delivery Method: Online
  • Prerequisites: Certificate III in Fitness
  • Date: You can start at anytime
  • Cost: $119
  • CEC Points: Four (4) Fitness Australia CEC’s
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What our students are saying about our Courses

I feel prepared to work in the industry as I have been given the opportunity to complete many clinics with a wide variety of clients. I enjoyed the flexibility offered and the knowledge of the trainers was outstanding.

Annabel

All the teachers were extremely helpful with everything and anything I needed help with, in or outside of the course criteria. Compared to a university teacher, they were present and very supportive through the entirety of the course.

Jacob

Being able to complete this course so close to home has helped not only for the future work possibilities but enable me not to miss out too much at home with my family while still studying.

Bronwyn