Level 3 Nutrition for Physical Activity

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Course Specifics

Category:
Sport
Level:
Level 3
Audience:
Adults/Part-time
Attendance:
Short course
Duration:
5 weeks
Interview Required:
Yes
Starts:
23 April 2018
End:
25 May 2018
Age 16-18 Cost:
290.0
Age 19 or Over:
290.0
Funding Assisted:
No
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Course overview

Nutrition forms a very important part in maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle. You will cover:

  • The principles of nutrition to a physical activity programme
  • Collecting, analysing and utilising nutritional information
  • The principles of nutritional goal setting with clients
  • Providing nutritional advice in line with nationally recommended best practice

Methods of assessment

Assessment methods include a multiple choice theory paper, e-assessment and coursework.

Who is this course for?

This course aims to provide you with the skills, knowledge and competence needed to support clients with nutritional planning as part of their exercise regime. There are no official entry requirements but it is recommended that you hold YMCA Awards Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing or equivalent.

Entry qualifications

There are no official entry requirements but it is recommended that you hold YMCA Awards Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing or equivalent.

What other experience will I gain?

If you're interested in finding out more about all of the facilities, activities and experience this course offers call Adam on 01246 500 500 ext: 1956
or email: milnera@chesterfield.ac.uk

Where will this lead?

This qualification is designed for those who want to build upon existing knowledge and skills relating to nutrition and physical activity. It may be used as Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for Fitness Instructors and may be used as a progression route into Level 3 Personal Training qualifications.

What are my career options?

What Ofsted say

...enthusiastic teachers use their skills and expertise to plan exciting and challenging activities that stimulate learning and meet individual needs. (Ofsted 2013)

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