This exciting foundation course is suitable for
leaders of group exercise in a community or church setting, plus new or inexperienced leaders - no previous exercise or instruction experience required.
You will build confidence and come away with practical ideas you can use in your sessions.
The course with Kris Tynan will cover exercise benefits, principles, planning, common health conditions, health and safety and communication.
This course will be two Saturday workshops plus some self-directed learning in between.
Dates: Saturday 7th and 14th April 2018.
Time: 10am to 4pm both days.
Location: North New Brighton Community Centre (88 Marine Parade, North New Brighton).
Cost: $50 per person. This includes a course folder and handouts.
Contact Active Canterbury Network Coordinator Nadine Milmine for more information or to register your interest (nadine.milmine[at]activecanterbury.org.nz or 0274 621 262).
Kris Tynan has over 30 years' experience in the fitness industry in both the UK and NZ. Initially she trained at Otago University (Dip PE) and has gained further training through ACSM, FAI (Functional Aging institute) among others.
Kris has presented at Filex (Australia), Business Grow and FitEx (NZ) and has consulted and run in-house workshops and seminars for a variety of organisations as well as being involved in various steering groups. She is the author of “The Interactive Instructor” and the LOAFFA resource for Leaders of Older Adult Exercise. She sits on the board of REPs and in 2012 she was awarded the Fitness NZ Award for Outstanding Contribution to the industry.
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