The Certificate III & IV in Fitness (SIS30315 & SIS40215) is an all-in-one package course that provides everything you need to start your career as a personal trainer.
Get a hands-on learning experience and help people achieve their fitness goals when you get qualified with a SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness with AIPT.
The SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness is a comprehensive entry-level course designed for those with no prior qualifications in fitness who wish to start a career in the industry.
This SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness course will qualify you to work as a registered personal trainer and set you up for a career in the fitness industry. Blended study options available.
The SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness is the minimum educational requirement for becoming a personal trainer in Australia, incorporating the skills and knowledge you need to work in the fitness industry and/or run your own personal training business.
Completing the Complete Personal Trainer (SIS40215 + entry requirements) via the Face-to-Face On-Campus delivery option will equip you with the skills to work with a number of fitness centres such as Goodlife Health Clubs, Genesis Fitness Clubs or Fitness First.
The Complete Personal Trainer (SIS40215) and Diploma of Business (BSB50215) from the Australian Institute of Personal Trainers is a dual qualification that equips students with the necessary fitness training and business skills to start their own personal training business.
This holistic SIS40215/10967NAT Complete Personal Trainer Program and Diploma of Nutrition qualification package from the Australian Institute of Personal Trainers is a great way to start a successful career in personal health and fitness.
The PT Direct Pathway (SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness and Prerequisite Units) is a fast-tracked course that bundles every unit you'll need to complete to become a qualified personal trainer in Australia.
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Personal Trainers work with individuals or small groups of people, to assess and improve their clients’ health and physical fitness. Trainers measure each person’s fitness level, strengths and weaknesses, discuss the client’s desired outcomes and then design an exercise program to suit the individual goals outlined.
Each person’s health and fitness levels may vary greatly, so a Personal Trainer must tailor each workout session accordingly. Clients' goals may include muscle toning, losing weight, increasing flexibility, strength or speed, improving endurance, or overall health management.Personal Trainers motivate their clients by setting achievable targets, providing feedback and encouragement, monitoring progress, and revising programs where needed in order for the client to reach their ultimate goal.
A Personal Trainer can also provide information and advice on beneficial dietary practices, helping clients to develop nutrition plans to support their exercise program and in some cases referring or working with a nutritionist or dietician.