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Level 3 Pre and Post Natal Exercise

Level 3 Pre and Post Natal Exercise

About

If your client is expecting or just had a baby, the physiological and anatomical changes that occur during pregnancy must be understood and taken into consideration in an exercise environment. A certificate in Pre and Post Natal Exercise is ideal for qualified Level 2 instructors that wish to broaden their skills and gain the expertise to deliver safe and effective fitness sessions for pre and post-natal women.

The course can be completed on a full-time basis over 2 days or choose our unique blended learning option. This totally flexible education experience allows you to tailor learning around your schedule, combining home study, online learning and practical workshops over a bespoke period of time.

On successful completion you will be eligible for Level 3 status on the Register of Exercise Professionals (REP’s) and achieve 20 REP’s CPD points.

NOTE! Students require a Level 2 qualification to attend this course. Our Fitness Instructor qualification may be a better option if you’re not Level 2 certified.
 

Content

  • Learn about the physiological, psychological and anatomical changes associated with pregnancy.
  • Gain an understanding of the various benefits of exercise, contraindications and safety considerations for pre and post-natal clients.
  • Apply this learning to pre/post natal exercise prescription taking into account their current activity and fitness levels.

Level 3 Pre and Post Natal Exercise

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How Much Will It Cost?

£295*

*Flexible payment options may be available upon request

When Can I Start?

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Blended learning available


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  • John Sutton

    I am lucky enough to have a career in professional sport, which has always been something I have loved doing. Throughout this time I have been subjected to and presented with many different training routines, which were always of interest to me with regards to why they were designed the way they were. Therefore, I decided to further my understanding and knowledge and be in a position to design programmes of my own by qualifying as a Personal Trainer.