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REPS Diploma In Personal Training

The Diploma in Personal Training course is the core of becoming a REPS recognised Personal Trainer. With a combination of theoretical, practical and vocational education sessions. We aim to educate and careful construct each student with the correct skills and tools to enter the industry with confidence. 

You will learn the principles of exercise science, biomechanics of how the human body takes part within activity. Planning & designing a progressive 6 week exercise programme in which you will showcase your design within your practical assessment. Throughout the course you will learn key skills that will help you portray a professional image whilst on the gym floor.

The DPT is Internationally recognised by REPS India (Member of International Confederation of Registers for Exercise Professionals: ICREPS) and is also aligned to Indias NSQF Level 4 in which awards the certification from the Sports, Physical Education, Fitness and Leisure Skills Council (SPEFL-SC). This enables you to use your Personal Training Qualification in other countries which are also REPS recognised (Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, UAE, UK, USA)


  1. Client Journey:
  2. Promoting Physical Activity
  3. Client Consultation
  4. SMART Goals
  5. Health Screening Assessment
  6. Lifestyle
  7. Apply principles of anatomy and physiology in a fitness context:
  8. The Body Systems
  9. Skeletal System
  10. Function of Joints
  11. The Spine
  12. Cardiovascular System
  13. Respiratory System
  14. Muscular System
  15. Nervous System
  16. Digestive System
  17. Carrying Out Fitness Assessments
  18. Collecting information
  19. PAR-Q
  20. Assessing Posture
  21. Fitness Testing
  1. Nutrition
  2. Food Groups
  3. Supplements
  4. Promote healthy eating and physical activity
  5. Health & Safety
  6. Risk Assessments
  7. Promote health and safety in a fitness environment
  8. Hazards
  9. Health & Safety policies and procedures
  10. Customer Service
  11. Expectations
  12. Personal Presentation
  13. Communication
  14. Complaints
  15. Components of Fitness
  16. Principles of Training
  17. Cardiovascular Fitness
  18. Muscular Strength / Endurance
  19. Flexibility
  20. Motor Skills
  1. Exercise Programme & Design
  2. Designing a training programme and the importance
  3. Apply the principles of exercise science to programme design
  4. Manage, review, adapt and evaluate personal training programmes.
  6. Warm Up
  7. Main session
  8. Methods of training
  9. Cool Down
  10. Special Population
  11. Prenatal Women
  12. Postnatal Women
  13. Older Adults
  14. Disabled People
  15. Young People
  16. CPR/AED
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