Instructor Course: Aberdeen, Scotland.
North East Scotland College, Aberdeen City Campus, Gallowgate, Aberdeen. AB25 1BN
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Why become a GameFit coach
Amateur sports clubs do not have the funds to employ a sports scientist so how do they ensure fitness training meets their team / athlete’s needs? Game metrics have changed considerably over the last decade however fitness training remains almost unchanged. GameFit looks at new training methods to improve fitness and ultimately sports performance.
ON THE DAY
You are required to arrive on time and dressed appropriately to participate in physical activity. You will be expected to demonstrate your skills and knowledge via a mixture of practical and theoretical application and assessment. This will be done individually, in pairs, in small groups, and in a larger class environment. If you have any questions or requirements prior to course day please do not hesitate to contact us.
As part of the training you will be expected to participate in a 20 minute, maximum intensity workout. If you have any concerns with regards to this please alert the tutor as soon as possible
Upon completion of the course there is an option to sign-up to the monthly membership for £8.99 per month; providing access to workout music, notes & videos as well as promotional / marketing material. When you sign up on the day of course completion you will receive two workouts for the price of one.
To enrol on the GameFIT® Coach Training Course you should be qualified to a minimum of Level 1 NGB or have at least 4 months coaching experience. Group fitness instructors who are qualified to a minimum of Level 2 Gym or ETM or equivalent , NQ, HNC HND or degree level in fitness or sport related courses may also enrol on a GameFIT® course.