You must hold a Level 3 Certificate or Diploma in Personal Training to enrol on the Level 4 Strength & Conditioning Coach Certificate.
Once you have completed the online theory via the TRAINFITNESS Virtual Learning Environment and mobile app, you’ll attend a week-long clinic (Monday to Friday) on which our Strength & Conditioning experts will take you through the practical elements of the course. After the clinic, you will submit your practical assessment by video and your case study in your Learner Achievement Portfolio.
Our Strength & Conditioning course is recognised by and or meets the standards set by leading organisations around the world.
“TRAINFITNESS have been training people for 16 years so I knew I would be in good hands. Studying full-time meant having face-to-face instruction from my tutors, which I found helpful. It was great knowing the learner support team was there seven days a week if I needed it. I definitely recommend TRAINFITNESS personal training courses!”
“It was incredible. The mix of the theory and practical was perfect. The support was amazing.”
“We were looking for a high quality personal training course. TRAINFITNESS offered everything we needed. We now have the qualification to develop our career in fitness further including running our own boot camps across Europe and offering online workouts for our social media followers.”
“It was so nice to be in an environment with like-minded people that have similar goals and values to my own. I learnt a lot from my tutor but also from the other students. Everyone had such a diverse way and views and I loved learning how other people enjoyed training.”
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James currently holds a dual role as the Technical Lead for Performance at Surrey Sports Park and Teaching Fellow at the University of Surrey.
As a consultant James is responsible for overseeing the performance support team for the England Women’s Lacrosse national squad and he leads the speed programme at Harlequins Rugby Club, implementing speed training systems and speed-relevant strength diagnostic tests.
He has also provided similar support to professional football teams and some of the fastest athletes in the UK. James is a book author and is currently undertaking a PhD investigating the biomechanics and motor control of team sport athletes during initial sprint acceleration.
Richard has a 1st Class Honors Degree in Sports Science and a Master’s Degree in High Performance Physiology. He’s a certified strength and conditioning coach and a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association.