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A qualified Strength and Conditioning coach provides invaluable guidance for the improvement of physical fitness attributes which underpin sports performance.
Scientific approaches allow the S&C coach to successfully analyse the needs of the athlete via a systematic overview of sporting demands and existing athlete biomotor abilities. Effective planning and programming can then be implemented to help athletes peak for key tournaments and competitions, whilst training load is strategically monitored and recovery optimised.
Written by one of the UK’s leading S&C coaches, this course shows you how to implement theory into practice.
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The content of our Strength and Conditioning Coach course includes:
The Strength and Conditioning course is supported by a Distance Study option.
Enrolling will give you access to the online theory, assessment briefs and documentation, as well as the Learner Success team.
Home study plus a portfolio & practical assessment.
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Our Strength and Conditioning course has been developed by industry leaders and innovators James Wild and Richard Scrivener. The’ve been designed from the ground up, providing the most in depth, up-to-date and forward-thinking Level 4 S&C training available.
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.
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You will achieve the relevant Level 4 Strength and Conditioning qualification upon successful completion of our Strength and Conditioning Coach course, the certificate for which will be issued by the awarding organisation.
This Strength and Conditioning course is also recognised by CIMSPA as non-endordsed CPD, and meets the criteria for official American College of Sports Medicine Approved Provider status◊.
You need to hold a Level 3 personal training qualification.
A basic level of English and Maths will be necessary to understand the course content.
Our Strength and Conditioning course requires physical exertion, therefore an appropriate degree of physical fitness is necessary. Relevant personal experience of the subject is helpful. For example, prior participation in conducting personal training/sports coaching sessions will be helpful.
Our committed Success Coaches on the Learner Success team are here to support you as you work toward your goal of becoming a Strength & Conditioning Coach.
If you enrol in our strength and conditioning course, you will have access to our Learner Success team. The team is available to answer any queries you may have about the course or its logistics. They are available via phone, email, and our online Helpdesk at your convenience.
You may rest assured knowing that every member of the team is a qualified strength and conditioning coach with extensive experience in the field. They are not only well-versed in the material to guide you through the course, but also have the practical expertise to offer insight into how to excel in your role as a Strength & Conditioning Coach.
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