The course is designed with employability of the students in mind.
It offers the ability to join the REPS regulatory body.
The course offers the ability to apply for and demonstrate the appropriate
pre-requisite competencies to become a member of the UKSCA (United Kingdom
Strength and Conditioning Association).
The course can offer further qualifications in the form of Level 2 Fitness
Instruction (Gym); Level 3 Personal Training; Weightlifting, if not already
obtained through completion of the Fd Stength and Conditioning.
The range of vocational modules offering a vast array of skills and
competencies will enhance the student’s employability prospects. The Strength
and Conditioning (Applied Practitioner) module is a work-based module that
provides students with the opportunity to transfer their skills in to the
practical setting, thus enhancing and applying their work-based knowledge and
The college has invested in vocationally relevant equipment, which
compliments the course delivery and the student’s readiness for industry
The college has strong links with the recreational sports industry, where
previous students have successfully gained employment.