Level 2 Award in Instructing Pad Work & Combat Training
Padwork is awesome. Fighting is a fundamental movement pattern in the realm of functional training and can be used as art of a holistic training programme to aid in fat loss programmes and fitness gains. We will teach you the science behind the training as well as how to apply it into programmes.
Learn the biomechanics of using Kickboxing & Mixed Martial Arts moves for your training, the benefits of this training over other systems, and the foundation strikes and drills. If you want to expand your Personal Training Sessions, Offer Specific Conditioning Programmes, Want to Deliver Group Sessions – then THIS COURSE WILL DELIVER.
This Level 2 Award (RQF) is aimed at those learners qualified with a level 2 fitness qualification looking to be able to extend their knowledge and understanding of kettlebell exercises. It provides learners with the knowledge of specific exercises, including the benefits and limitations.
Learner Entry Requirements
A learner must have previously completed a Level 2 Fitness Instructing qualification, other than this we do not set any other entry requirements for the qualification.
Entry is at the discretion of the centre however, learners should be at least 16 to undertake this qualification.
Learners wishing to progress from this qualification can undertake the following qualifications:
- Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training
- Level 3 National Award/Certificate/Diploma in Sport
- Level 3 NVQ in Instructing Physical Activity and Exercise
As you’ve noticed, there are a whole bunch of online lessons for you to complete BEFORE you get to the live workshop and assessment days.
This is a self paced course so you can learn around your current commitments and lifestyle. Please however, do the work. Please don’t attempt to book a live workshop without completing all lessons on this system beforehand. There is vital information about how to progress through the course and not miss anything that you’ll need on the live days. We hope to maximise practice time on the live days rather than talk through the theory that you learn at home.
Stuff to do before attending (yep, we use lay terms and say it how it is).
- Completion of ALL preceding online material
- Review of Manuals
- Completion of Theory Worksheets
The Live Day’s timetable looks like this:
10:00 Theory and overview
10:30 Practical Session 1
11:30 Comfort Break
11:45 Practical Session 2
13:15 Programme Design
14:00 Practical Session 3
17:00 Workbook Completion
17:30 Consolidation & Course Close