Aqua Instructor

Practice water-based training

Short Contact
Duration
4 DAYS
Course Fee
R4,000.00

R4,000.00

Credits
12 CPD points
Internationally Recognised
Internationally
Recognised

Practice water-based training!

Campuses
Where to study this course
JOHANNESBURG | CAPE TOWN | DURBAN | STELLENBOSCH | PORT ELIZABETH
Course Requirements
Course Requirements
No previous qualifications or requirements are needed
Payment Terms
Payment Terms

2 Month Payment Terms

• Course fee: R4,000 (Deposit R2,000 + 1 x Monthly Instalments of R2,000)

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Aqua aerobics benefits anyone looking for a different way of exercising. It’s fun, burns calories, relieves stress, improves cardiovascular fitness, and endurance without the use of equipment. Water based exercise classes provide less joint stress not only for healthy individuals, but also for those special populations affected by medical conditions such as arthritis, neck and back problems, strokes and obesity. This type of aerobics may also be more acceptable for the self-conscious overweight exerciser. Become a more versatile trainer by learning how to design and deliver safe, effective and innovative water-based training sessions in a gym or health club environment. This course Includes:
  • Contact course with online assignment submission
  • Learner guide
  • Hard copy manuals – Anatomy and Physiology, Aqua Instructor
  • Additional online resources videos
  • Online Tutor support
Study Mode Offered: SHORT CONTACT COURSE This course is completed via contact workshops and submitting all assignments using the HFPA Online Learning Platform. This course is available in the following regions: JOHANNESBURG | CAPE TOWN | DURBAN | PORT ELIZABETH | NELSPRUIT | POTCHEFSTROOM

COURSE COMMENCEMENT DATES 2022

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Chapter 1: Homeostasis
  • Chapter 2: Anatomical Terms
  • Chapter 3: Organ Systems
  • Chapter 4: Skeletal System
  • Chapter 5: The Muscular System
  • Chapter 6: The Cardiovascular & Circulatory System
  • Chapter 7: The Respiratory System
  • Chapter 8: The Nervous System
  • Chapter 9: The Endocrine System
  • Chapter 10: Energy Systems
  • Chapter 11: Adaptations To Physiological Systems With Exercise
  • Chapter 12: Principles Of Exercise, Fitness & Health
  • Chapter 13: Principles Of Training
  • Chapter 14: Cardiovascular Fitness
  • Chapter 15: Muscular Strength & Endurance
  • Chapter 16: Warm-Up & Stretching
  • Chapter 17: Motor Fitness
  • Chapter 18: Safety 112
  • Chapter 19: Communication
  • Chapter 20: Customer Service
  • Chapter 21: Introduction To Nutrition
  • Chapter 22: Role Players In The Fitness Industry
AQUA INSTRUCTOR Chapter 1: The Aquatic Environment
  • Physiology of Water Immersion
  • Water and it’s Properties
  • Pool Considerations
Chapter 2: Aquatic Equipment
  • Categories of Equipment
  • Choosing Equipment
Chapter 3: Benefits of Aquatic Exercise Chapter 4: Aquatic Exercise Program Design Chapter 5: Instructing an Aqua Class Chpater 6: Special Populations
  • Elderly
  • Obese
  • Pre- Post- Natal
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Metabolic Disorders
  • Immunological Disorders
  • Incorporate aqua aerobics as part of your service offering
  • Work with special populations including pregnant clients and the elderly (gentle on the joints)