The College will provide you with an industry leading approach to your fitness education. All courses combine “hands-on” practical experience with a good grounding in the core fitness principles.
The fitness courses focus on preparing students with skills and knowledge to work in a fitness setting and become a Gym Instructor, Group Instructor or a Personal Trainer . After completion of the courses, students will be able to step into several interesting career pathways.
What qualifications can I get?
Our Certificate III in Fitness qualification (SIS30315) equips the student, once qualified, to become a Gym Instructor, Fitness Instructor and Group Fitness Instructor. > Learn more about the Certificate III in Fitness
Our Certificate IV in Fitness qualification (SIS40215) enables the student to be able to perform one-on-one Personal Training to clients of all ages (children below the age of 16 and older adults above the age of 55). > Learn more about the Certificate IV in Fitness
Can I study both qualifications at the same time?
To help them achieve this, these qualifications can be studied ‘back-to-back’, where the student can complete the combined courses to achieve both qualifications prior to commencing their career as a Personal Trainer.
Students will need to observe the entry requirements or pre-requisites for the Certificate IV in Fitness which is to have a current First Aid qualification and a current CPR Certificate, as well as the pre-requisite units of competency from the Certificate III in Fitness course.
National Recognition of Fitness Qualifications
The courses offered by the College are nationally recognised and widely regarded by employers in the fitness sector. There are two national fitness associations which recognise our qualifications and ensure a high standard of fitness professionals is maintained within the industry. These associations are:
Physical Activity Australia – click here
Fitness Australia – click here