Personal trainer education – English
This personal trainer course is for you who dreams of working full time or part time as a personal trainer. The course is a complete set of modules (EREPS 3 and 4) that will give you all the basic tools needed to succeed as a personal trainer. The course is focused on being a Personal Trainer. This means that there is no admission requirement since you’ll get it all during our course.
EREPS Level 3 – Fitness Instructor
As a fitness instructor you play in important role for the fitness center. You’ll have contact with a lot of members and you’ll usually be the one they will go to for advice to begin
with. Therefore, you have a great influence on the reputation of the center and the members experience of the center.In addition to the training part, this international certification also includes topics such as motivation, communication, service, ethics and the role of ambassador.
EREPS Level 4 – Personal trainer
As a personal trainer you offer a product from the top shelf in the fitness industry. You’ll dive into your customers’ personal goals and you are with them all the way. You ensure
they get the best quality and experience. As a personal trainer you get a lot of responsibility as you work in-depth with your clients around their goals. You tailor the processes to the individual which is why this is a course of great importance if you want to help others with their goals.
The fitness industry has seen an increased interest in personal trainer and thus a greater demand for personal trainers. If you want to read more about the possibilities after the course, we have gathered a few here
Admission Requirements: Training Experience
Number of lessons: 140 exams. Expect 5-6 hours of homework per week during the study period.
Exam structure: 2 multiple choice, one case and 2 practicals
– Customer service
– Role model and ambassador
– Training lessons and energy systems
– Basic strength training
– Programming and instruction
– Stress and depression
– Lifestyle factors
– Basic nutrition
– Screening and testing – muscular imbalances
– Test methodology
– Rehabilitation and sports performance
– Extended learning about the core
– Extended strength training
– Functional training
– Advanced programming and coaching
– Lifestyle factors and holistic approach
– Motivation and change processes
– Communication; including rhetoric, body language, voice and rhythm, etc.