Sports & Fitness Courses
|Diploma of Nutrition and Dietetics for Personal Trainers||13 week|
|Certificate III in Fitness||5 weeks||Certificate IV in Fitness||5 weeks||Diploma of Fitness||39 weeks||Diploma of Sport Development||39 weeks||Certificate III & Certificate IV in Fitness Combo Pack||10 weeks|
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Have a need for speed?
An entry-level course can see you start work as a qualified personal trainer or fitness instructor within six weeks.
Want more business with your fitness?
A Certificate IV level course will give you the edge to run your own fitness business as well as conduct more complex sports and fitness training.
Interested in going pro?
A Graduate Diploma course will land you at the beginning of a career in sports administration or management.
Mad about sports? Want to get paid for staying fit? Sports and fitness is the exciting sector of the health and wellbeing industry, which is experiencing high growth off the back of a more health conscious society. If you're passion about health and fitness and are interested in a sociable role with plenty of flexibility, we have a Sports & Fitness course for you, why not start a Sports and Fitness Course today!
- An entry-level Sports and Fitness course is enough to place you in a personal trainer role, while a Graduate Diploma can kick-start your sports administration career.
- From a fitness instructor to sports team manager, coach to gym manager, a qualification can take you into a number of sports and fitness occupations.
- Find out if you're suited to a career in sports and fitness, talk to a CoursesNow consultant about your options.
Start as a personal trainer and work your way up, or study sports administration and aim for roles in management. There is a course and a role to suit anyone passionate about sport and fitness, as well as complementary areas in health and wellbeing including nutrition, psychology, sports science, education and business.
Students will acquire relevant knowledge in nutrition, anatomy and physiology, as well as cover the safety and first aid required of a fitness instructor. Higher-level Sports & Fitness courses will also include business skills, law and ethics subjects.
Graduates can expect to complete their Sports & Fitness course and secure a job during a period of strong growth for the sports and fitness industry, riding society's wave of popularity towards a healthier lifestyle.
All Sports and fitness courses with Courses now meet the membership eligibility requirements for Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER), but students will need a degree level qualification to join the Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) as a full member. There are also other professional associations for more specific sports and fitness areas.