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'The course was really worthwhile; fascinating, informative, very well presented, excellent study material. I found the course challenging and that is how it should be. I would thoroughly recommend it.'
'The course was very worthwhile. I know a lot now that I didn't know before, and I'm looking forward to putting it into practice.'
How to apply
You must enclose a copy of the certificate issued by the awarding body whose training is recognised as meeting the standards for Level 3 in Exercise and Fitness and hold an Exercise Referral qualification. If you are in any doubt about whether your training matches these standards you should contact the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) www.exerciseregister.org / 020 7632 2022
In general a relevant degree combined with evidence of extensive instructor experience is also accepted. In this case you will be required to produce evidence of the syllabus/modules relating to the theory and application of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology along with details of the assessment process.
You should have gained at least 150 hours of teaching adults land-based exercise within the last 2 years and have at least 6 months experience since your exercise qualification.
Phase III Endorsement
For details of your nearest cardiac rehabilitation programme please visit www.cardiac-rehabilitation.net
You will be asked to have your application endorsed by one of your local Phase III professionals. If accepted on the course you will be expected to visit at least four cardiac rehabilitation sessions and, on completion of the course, will be asked to submit one written case study as part of the course assessment.
In order to apply for one of our BACPR Exercise Instructor training courses please submit the following: