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Programming personal training with clients VTCT is the specialist awarding body for the Hairdressing Beauty Therapy Complementary Therapy and Sport and Active Leisure sectors with over 45 years of experience VTCT is an awarding body regulated by national organisations including Ofqual SQA DCELLS and CCEA VTCT is a registered charity investing in education and skills but also giving to

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VTCT is the specialist awarding body for the Hairdressing Beauty Therapy. Complementary Therapy and Sport and Active Leisure sectors with over 45. years of experience, VTCT is an awarding body regulated by national organisations including. Ofqual SQA DCELLS and CCEA, VTCT is a registered charity investing in education and skills but also giving to. good causes in the area of facial disfigurement,Statement of unit achievement. By signing this statement of unit achievement you are confirming that all learning outcomes assessment. criteria and range statements have been achieved under specified conditions and that the evidence. gathered is authentic, This statement of unit achievement table must be completed prior to claiming certification. Assessor IV signature,Unit code Date achieved Learner signature.
initials if sampled,Assessor tracking table, All assessors using this Record of Assessment book must complete this table This is required for. verification purposes,Assessors Assessor number,Assessor name Assessor signature. initials optional,Programming personal training,with clients. It is the aim of this unit to develop the knowledge. understanding and skills that you need to design manage. and adapt a personal training programme with apparently. healthy adults of all ages,UV30540 v6,Credit value. Observation s,External paper s,Programming personal training.
with clients,Learning outcomes Evidence requirements. On completion of this unit you will 1 Environment,Evidence for this unit must be gathered in a. 1 Be able to collect information about clients,real or realistic working environment. 2 Be able to agree goals with clients,2 Simulation. 3 Be able to plan a personal training Simulation is not allowed in this unit. programme with clients,3 Observation outcomes, 4 Be able to manage a personal training Competent performance of Observation.
programme outcomes must be demonstrated to your,assessor on at least one occasion. 5 Be able to review progress with clients, 6 Be able to adapt a personal training All ranges must be competently. programme with clients demonstrated, 7 Understand how to prepare personal 5 Knowledge outcomes. training programmes There must be evidence that you possess. 8 Understand the importance of long term all the knowledge and understanding. behaviour change for personal training listed in the Knowledge section of this. unit This evidence may include projects, 9 Understand the principles of collecting assignments case studies reflective. information to plan a personal training accounts oral written questioning and or. programme other forms of evidence, 10 Understand how to screen clients prior to a 6 Tutor Assessor guidance.
personal training programme You will be guided by your tutor assessor. 11 Understand how to identify personal training on how to achieve learning outcomes and. goals with clients ranges in this unit All outcomes and ranges. must be achieved,12 Understand how to plan a personal training. programme with clients 7 External paper,There is no external paper requirement for. 13 Understand how to adapt a personal this unit,training programme with clients. 8 Personal training programme,You must produce a 12 week minimum. personal training programme This must be,evidenced in your portfolio.
Achieving observations,Achieving observation outcomes Achieving range. Your assessor will observe your performance The range section indicates what must. of practical tasks The minimum number be covered Ranges should be practically. of observations required is indicated in the demonstrated as part of an observation All. evidence requirements section of this unit ranges must be covered. Criteria may not always naturally occur during Your assessor will document the portfolio. a practical observation In such instances reference once a range has been competently. you will be required to produce other forms of achieved. evidence or asked questions to demonstrate,your competence in this area Your assessor will. document the criteria that have been achieved,through oral questioning. Your assessor will sign off an outcome when all,criteria have been competently achieved. Twelve week personal training programme, A 12 week personal training programme must be produced to achieve this unit.
Your assessor will complete the table below when when the 12 week personal training programme. has been completed and is documented in your portfolio of evidence. Date achieved Assessor initials,Observations,Be able to collect information about clients. a Establish a rapport with the client,b Explain own role and responsibilities to. c Collect the information needed to plan a,programme using appropriate methods to. include physical fitness assessments,d Show sensitivity and empathy to clients and. the information they provide,e Record the information using appropriate.
formats in a way that will aid analysis,f Treat confidential information correctly. May be assessed through oral questioning,Observation 1 Optional Optional. Date achieved,Criteria questioned orally,Portfolio reference. Assessor initials,Learner signature,Be able to agree goals with clients. a Work with clients to agree short medium,and long term goals appropriate to their.
b Ensure the goals are,specific measurable achievable realistic. and time bound,consistent with industry good practice. c Agree with clients their needs and,readiness to participate. May be assessed through oral questioning,Observation 1 Optional Optional. Date achieved,Criteria questioned orally,Portfolio reference.
Assessor initials,Learner signature, Be able to plan a personal training programme with clients. a Agree the demands of the programme with,b Agree a timetable of sessions with clients. c Agree appropriate evaluation methods and,review dates. d Agree how to maintain contact with the,client between sessions. May be assessed through oral questioning,Observation 1 Optional Optional.
Date achieved,Criteria questioned orally,Portfolio reference. Assessor initials,Learner signature,Be able to manage a personal training programme. a Monitor effective integration of all,programme exercises physical activities. and sessions,b Provide alternatives to the programmed. exercises physical activities if clients cannot,take part as planned.
c Monitor clients progress using appropriate,May be assessed through oral questioning. Observation 1 Optional Optional,Date achieved,Criteria questioned orally. Portfolio reference,Assessor initials,Learner signature. Be able to review progress with clients,a Explain the purpose of review to clients. b Review short medium and long term,goals with clients at agreed points in.
the programme taking into account any,changes in circumstances. c Encourage clients to give their own views,on progress. d Use suitable methods of evaluation that will,help to review client progress against goals. and initial baseline data,e Give feedback to clients during their review. that is likely to strengthen their motivation,and adherence.
f Agree review outcomes with clients,g Keep an accurate record of reviews and. their outcome,May be assessed through oral questioning. Observation 1 Optional Optional,Date achieved,Criteria questioned orally. Portfolio reference,Assessor initials,Learner signature. Be able to adapt a personal training programme with clients. a Identify goals and exercises physical,activities that need to be redefined or.
b Agree adaptations progressions or,regressions to meet clients needs to. optimise achievement,c Identify and agree any changes to. resources and environments with the client,d Introduce adaptations in a way that is. appropriate to clients and their needs,e Record changes to programme plans to. take account of adaptations,f Monitor the effectiveness of adaptations.
and update the programme as necessary,May be assessed through oral questioning. Observation 1 Optional Optional,Date achieved,Criteria questioned orally. Portfolio reference,Assessor initials,Learner signature. 10 UV30540,You must practically demonstrate that you have. Planned for physical activity in a minimum of 2 environments. Portfolio reference, must include 1 not specifically designed for exercise.
Studio sport hall,Client s home or other enclosed space. Planned for the use of all equipment Portfolio reference. CV machines,Portable equipment,Fixed equipment resistance machines. Planned a progressive programme that includes all goals Portfolio reference. Short term goals,Medium term goals,Long term goals. It is strongly recommended that all range items are practically demonstrated Where this is not. possible other forms of evidence may be produced to demonstrate competence. UV30540 11,You must practically demonstrate that you have. Planned a progressive programme including all types of. Portfolio reference,exercises activities,Cardiovascular fitness.
Muscular fitness,Flexibility,Motor skills,Core stability. Planned for a minimum of 2 cardiovascular approaches to. Portfolio reference,Continuous, It is strongly recommended that all range items are practically demonstrated Where this is not. possible other forms of evidence may be produced to demonstrate competence. 12 UV30540,You must practically demonstrate that you have. Planned a minimum of 1 core stability exercise Portfolio reference. Stabilisation local,Mobilisation global, Integrated a minimum of 4 resistance systems in programmes Portfolio reference. Pyramid systems,Super setting,Giant sets,Forced repetitions.
Pre post exhaust,Negative eccentric training,Muscular strength endurance muscular fitness. It is strongly recommended that all range items are practically demonstrated Where this is not. possible other forms of evidence may be produced to demonstrate competence.

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