This course will aim to provide you with the knowledge to design and deliver safe and effective flexibility programmes and sessions for your pole and aerial students. You can expect to cover benefits and risks, factors controlling flexibility, methods of training, the science behind flexibility, finishing with exactly what you need to be flexible for pole and aerial fitness including everything from specific warm ups, to targeted moves to stretch sequences and class plans.
The course assessment includes multiple choice quizzes at the end of each unit along with a short video (approximately 10 minutes) to demonstrate your practical and teaching technique to your online mentor, for which you will receive feedback. You will be required to teach a minimum of one student for the practical assessment.
Number of Hours:
Online training: 10-20 hours
Learning tasks/assessment prep: 2-4 hours
Recommended practice: 20-40 hours (individual technique, attending classes, workshops, CPD, teaching and spotting practice, shadowing, co-teaching, working with a mentor and lesson observations)
Cost of Course: £155 (payment due on booking)
Pre-Requisites: Recommended for existing Instructors of Pole and Aerial Fitness, or those with equivalent fitness certifications.
Assessment: Assessment for this course is via an online, multiple choice test.
*PLEASE NOTE* You will have a year from the purchase date of your course to complete both your course and your assessment.