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You are an active, energetic person and you think that a career in the fitness industry may be just up your alley. Well, what exactly does a fitness trainer do and what job opportunities exist? Once trained, a fitness professional is able to screen and assess individualsto determine both their needs and capabilities; he or she can prescribe and deliver personalized exercise programs which include cardiovascular conditioning, resistance training, andflexibility; and they are able to liaise with other health and medical professionals to deliver the most effectivefitnessand healthprograms, particularly for the higher risk clients.

In general fitness professionals instruct individuals or groups at a Fitness Centre or Gym, or perhaps in a park, on a beach or on a cruise ship.They may also find work in workplace programs, community and aquatic centres, school based programs and sports clubs.

The minimum requirement to become a fitness professional is Certificate III in fitness, but that is only the beginning. Here at Studynow, you will find advanced courses leading to fitness centre management positions, courses in Nutritional Science or Leisure Facility Management, aerobics, aromatherapy and nutrition. The more courses you have taken, the greater the number of opportunities to find a position that suits your life-style: casual, part time or full-time work in a variety of settings such as fitness centres, personal training studios, or outdoor programs.

Below are some of the Fitness Courses

available throughout Australian by Australian Leading Health and Fitness Colleges:

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