At FIAFitnation, you’re never on your own. Our professional career consultants will work with you to determine the best study pathway to achieve your dream career.
The opportunity to study at FIAFitnation is open to everyone, no matter what your background, level of education (for most qualifications*) or ethnicity and we encourage people from diverse backgrounds or with disabilities. See our Disability and Special Needs Policy to apply for admission.
Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) are core skills required within Vocational Education and Training. The term LLN refers to five core skills; learning, reading, writing, oral communication and numeracy. These five core skills have been identified by the Australian Core Skills Framework (ASCF) as the essential skills for individuals to hold to participate effectively in society including the workplace and education sector.
As stated it is essential that VET students have the LLN skills sufficient to successfully participate in training and assessment in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. It is also essential that students have sufficient LLN skills see at the completion of their training and assessment to work successfully in the chosen vocation. For further information see our Language, Literacy and Numeracy Policy.
Please note: Domestic applicants aged under 18 years at the time of application must turn 18 in their first enrolled trimester of study or within 6 months of acceptance into the course. Prospective students under the age of 18 must have their enrolment paper work witnessed by a parent or guardian. Please refer to our Admissions Policy for further details regarding entry requirements.
Let’s get started with this quick guide to our entry requirements.
For entry into our Certificate III courses, you need to:
For entry into our Certificate IV courses, you need to:
Fitness industry experience is recommended before starting this course.
You will need a current Certificate IV in Fitness OR the following units of competency.
For entry into this program you need to:
You will need a current Certificate IV in Fitness. You will also need a desire to help your clients achieve the best possible fitness results through nutritional and dietary advice that complements their training programs.
*Some qualifications have pre-requisite levels of education and literacy and numeracy
This page was last updated on: Tuesday 27 June 2017
Conduct screenings of new members/clients and assess their fitness. Teach the correct exercise technique for all aspects of fitness and use an array of exercise equipment to achieve results.
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Conduct fitness assessment and implement specific training programs. Plan and deliver exercise and sports conditioning programs in a clinical setting working with allied health professionals with clients who have special needs.
Provide dietary and nutritional advice to clients to complement training programs.
Provide advice for corporate health, special needs training, fitness writing and event presentation.
Provide dietary advice and prescribe nutritional supplements to assist in the treatment of a broad range of health conditions.
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You can self enrol into any of our nationally recognised fitness courses or our suite of professional development CEC & PDP courses.