Exercise & Cancer Survivorship

Use exercise to help cancer survivors with recovery

Online
Duration
No Time Limit
Course Fee
R2,000.00
Credits
11 CEC Points
Internationally Recognised
Internationally
Recognised

Use exercise to help cancer survivors with recovery

Where to Study
Campuses and Support Centres are located in the following regions
JOHANNESBURG | CAPE TOWN | DURBAN | PORT ELIZABETH | NELSPRUIT | POTCHEFSTROOM
Course Requirements
Course Requirements
You must hold a personal trainer or exercise science qualification to do this course
Payment Terms
Payment Terms

Upfront Payment

• Course fee: R2,000

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This course offered in association with the American Academy of Health and Fitness, assists health and fitness professionals in using exercise to help cancer survivors with recovery and rehabilitation. Using evidence-based research, it provides a firm overview of how to deal with these patients mentally and physically, in order to reduce the risk of recurrence and guide them on a path to better health. Shortly after registration with HFPA for a course from the American Academy of Health and Fitness (AAHF) you will receive an email from AAHF notifying you of a new account established for you on the AAHF website. You should follow the instructions in the email and log into that account to find your course materials and online test information. You should also expect other emails from AAHF.
Successful candidates will receive an American Academy of Health and fitness certificate and 11 CEC points This course is approved for the following CECs/CEUs:
BCRPA 11.0 BOC Category A 6.25 CPTN 7.0
HFPA 11.0 ISSA 13.0 KIPS 1.3
NAFC 1.1 NASM 1.3 NETA 11.0
NFPT 1.0 NSCA 1.1 PTAG 12.0
SFA 1.1 WITS 11.0 YMCA 13.0
The American Academy of Health and Fitness (BOC AP#: P3645) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 6.25 Category A hours/CEUs.
  • Expand your scope to prescribe training to people who are survivors of cancer