International curriculum guidelines for preparing physical activity instructors of older adults

The American Senior Fitness Association is proud to have been one of the original coalition members that developed the American National Standards for Preparing Senior Fitness Instructors* and to be a recognized supporting organization of the following international guidelines.

Susie Dinan worked alongside other contibutors to produce these guidelines. Click here to view the guidelines.

National Occupational Standards for Instructing Physical Activity and Exercise Level 3

SkillsActive, the Sector Skills Council for Active Leisure and Learning – which includes Physical Activity and Exercise – is anxious to ensure that the Assessment Guidance and Evidence Requirements for these new NVQs and SVQs is uniform. Therefore it has co-ordinated work across the awarding bodies, with appropriate inputs from industry experts, to provide Assessment…

PSI – Endorsed Training by Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

The CSP has developed criteria for the endorsement of post-qualifying learning opportunities for physiotherapists which are aimed at different types of programmes. The CSP has a valuable role to play in standard-setting, quality assurance and quality enhancement in the post-qualifying arena and is keen to work collaboratively with HEIs and other providers of learning opportunities…

REPS – Register of Exercise Professionals

The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) has been set up to help safeguard and to promote the health and interests of people who are using the services of exercise and fitness instructors, teachers and trainers. The Register uses a process of self-regulation that recognises industry-based qualifications, practical competency, and requires exercise professionals to work within…