There are no course or knowledge Pre Requisites for this course. However all learners that study with PT National must be over 18 and complete our Pre-Screening Health Questionnaire and be committed to Live.Learn.Fitness.
Note: HLTAID003 Provide First Aid will be required to be completed prior to any workplace or clinic training, however PT National recommend it be obtained within the first ELM (Experiential Learner Module).
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid and HLTAID006 Provide Advanced First Aid are units of competency found within the SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness and the SIS50215 Diploma of Fitness that must be completed by the learner in order to be awarded either of these Qualifications. PT National recommend that these First Aid competencies be completed by the Learner before they commence their mandatory work placement hours.
PT National does not teach or assess the HLTAID003 or the HLTAID006 these units of competency are self-attained. PT National can assist the learner to find an external provider that can train and assess the unit, however, all fees charged for that service by the external provider will be payable by the learner directly through them.
Learn at your own pace!
You will have up to 12 months each qualification from the date of enrolment to complete your study.
- Australia's Fitness Ambassadors® uniform (enclosed with your enrolment starter pack)
- Online learning requirements and Assessment System requirements as per Learner Handbook
- Basic computer and internet researching skills
Learner's Drink Bottle and Bag, part of the enrolment pack
Mode of Learning
Online with one on one and small group mentoring support sessions
PT National provides our learners the opportunity to study independently, collaboratively and with guided facilitation. All theory and practical components of the units of work within our Experiential Learning Modules (ELMs) and Assessment Tasks are delivered via our custom-designed Learning Management System (LMS) online.
The Live.Learn.Fitness® Clinical Experience (work placement) is part of the learner’s course of practical training and will need to be organised and completed by the learner in their own time to work towards becoming a Personal Trainer. This includes the completion of the Live.Learn.Fitness® Logbook and guidance by a Fitness Professional who will become your mentor over the duration of the practicum.
PT National will offer learners the opportunity to interact with their assigned PT National educator at our Greater Western Sydney College campus or through our various modes of communication should you be located outside of Sydney.
PT National believe in teaching future fitness professionals in the same manner that the Fitness Industry trains their clients. To enable PT National to remain current and educate in an agile learning environment, learners have the ability to participate in one on one support and small group sessions at the learner’s request.
These sessions will be pre-booked by the learner by contacting their educator via email, phone or text to book in a session.
The sessions will address the learner’s questions on practical elements of the course or to allow learners to interact with their educators and use the time to go through queries pertaining to theory and assessments raised in the Experiential Learning Modules (ELMs).
Learners are provided the opportunity to complete practical elements of the assessment via live assessments with other learners and participants or via video mode.
Flexibility is paramount in our teaching and learning model to further your career within the fitness industry and we will support you to become a fitness partner through our ConnectED framework.