Health & Fitness III 100 Hours Certificate Course
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Health & Fitness III 100 Hours Certificate Course
Health & Fitness III course online. Home Study. Refine your existing fitness and management skills! This distance learning course in fitness evaluation and management develops skills in analysis, evaluation, and consequential management of health and fitness characteristics for a specific individual.
Because this course deals with the intangible reasons that affect a person's motivation to stay fit and healthy, it is important that you complete Health & Fitness I and Health & Fitness II, before enrolling for this program. In addition, if you did not gain a first aid certificate whilst completing the previous programs, it is advisable to gain one either during or after completing this final one.
This course builds upon Health & Fitness I and II and looks at:
- How modern life affects health
- Using the health care system to help clients choose the right options
- Social considerations affecting someone's motivation to get fit and healthy
- Managing a person's well-being by utilising different approaches to health and fitness solutions
- Assessing someone's motor skills with the use of fitness tests
- Statistically evaluating a subject's test results
- Sports abilities and test results
This final in-depth course will not only provide you with information, it will also guide you through a series of set tasks that will improve your ability to be an excellent health and fitness professional. You can use the knowledge and skills you acquire in this excellent program, along with Health & Fitness I and II and a valid up-to-date first aid certificate, to help empower you to go into business for yourself as an independent health and fitness practitioner, or as an aid to enhancing your career prospects within the Health and Fitness Industry.
Learning Goals: Health & Fitness III BRE301
- Explain health risk factors in modern society.
- Analyse the health care system, to determine preferred options for different individuals.
- Determine social factors which may effect the status of health and fitness.
- Evaluate different individual approaches to managing health and fitness, including both services and facilities.
- Compare different fitness tests for different motor abilities.
- Demonstrate statistical techniques used to analyse fitness test results.
- Use fitness tests to analyse different sports skills.
Lesson Structure: Health & Fitness III BRE301
There are 7 lessons:
1 Health Risk factors
Components of health
Wellness and quality of life
Health risk factors
Risk associated with a sedentary lifestyle
Cancer health risks
2 The Health Care System
Defining health care systems
Health care in Australia, USA, Europe, etc
The future of health care
Traditional Chinese medicine
3 Social Factors
Health hazards in modern society
Socio-economic status and health
General adaptation syndrome (GAS)
4 Managing Health and Fitness
Health and fitness management
Taking responsibility for your own health
Consuming a nutritionally balanced diet
Drinking pure water
Exercise, relaxation, mental attitude, etc
Trends, products and services
Reasons people do not maintain good health
5 Fitness Test Comparisons
Planes of the body
Directions of the body
Types of testing
Guidelines for testing
6 Analysis of Fitness Tests
Results and analysis
7 Analysis of Sports Skills
Fitness and sporting skills
Assessing physical skill
Techniques for observing and analysing
Characteristics of an effective coach or trainer
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.
Practicals: Health & Fitness III BRE301
- List sources of both physical and psychological health risk factors in modern society.
- Describe sources of health risk factors in modern society.
- Determine the effects of health risk factors in different case studies.
- Develop guidelines for minimising health risks in different situations including:
- a specified workplace situation
- a specified home situation
- List the components of the public health care system, including preventative and treatment services.
- Develop a scenario for an individual interested in taking up private health insurance.
- Compare private with public (government) health care systems, referring to quality of service, efficiencies and costs.
- There are many complaints about public and private health care systems. Explain the limitations of the pubic health care system for different individuals.
- Explain government initiatives in the area of preventative health care.
- Explain how the appraisal of people by society can influence levels of health and fitness.
- Describe two different examples of political decisions affecting the health and fitness status of a group of people.
- Describe different physiological effects which may indicate stress.
- Explain the effect of stress on health and fitness in a case study.
- List methods used to treat different specified health and fitness problems, other than diseases, including both preventative and curative approaches.
- Describe different methods which could be used to treat each of the following health and fitness problems:
- high blood pressure
- drug addiction
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- Compare different methods used to treat other health and fitness problems
- Recommend changes in lifestyle practices to improve health management for different case studies.
- Explain different tests used to evaluate strength, power and muscular endurance
- Explain different tests used to evaluate flexibility, agility and balance
- Explain different tests used to evaluate cardiovascular endurance
- Explain different tests used to evaluate general motor ability
- List the criteria used to select an appropriate test for testing motor abilities in one of the following sports:
- Football (rugby/union/touch/soccer)
- Discuss the value of statistics in assessing fitness test results.
- Explain descriptive statistical methods used in a fitness evaluation.
- Explain comparative statistical methods used in a fitness evaluation.
- Explain inferential statistical methods used in a fitness evaluation.
- Compile the results of a statistical analysis of a twelve month series of fitness tests and interpret the results in the form of either graphs, charts or tables.
- Submit resource file that you have commenced for the beginning of the course.
- Explain different tests used to evaluate individual-participant sports skills.
- Explain different tests used to evaluate dual-participant sports skills.
- Explain different tests used to evaluate multiple-participant sports skills.
- List the criteria used to select appropriate tests for athletes in different sports
- Explain in an illustrated summary (drawn or photograph), coaching principles for a sport skill of your choice.
- Write a report analysing the results of a series of fitness tests conducted to determine whether a person is fit to play a specified type of sport
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