Domain - Fitness Industry Education

Domain - Fitness Industry Education

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Level 3

Explain the purpose and structure of a fitness enterprise

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7038 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify reasons customers may use a fitness enterprise; identify the products and services fitness enterprises offer to achieve their purposes; identify roles within the fitness industry and how each contributes to the purposes of the fitness enterprise.

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Skills Active Aotearoa Limited - Fitness Advisory Group Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Advise individual clients on health, fitness, exercise and lifestyle

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7042 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to: apply counselling and motivational principles to advising individual clients on health, fitness, exercise, and lifestyle balance; deal with common objections and barriers to exercise adherence; maintain a professional relationship with fitness clients; and recognise the limitations of the fitness instructor's role and refer to other health and/or fitness professionals. This unit standard is designed for fitness instructors and personal trainers who will, with little supervision, work primarily with individual clients.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 69 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

Skills Active Aotearoa Limited - Fitness Advisory Group Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Level 4

Identify components and analyse structure of the fitness industry
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

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7039 Unit Standard 3 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify and explain key components of the fitness industry; analyse services and products delivered by the industry to its clients; and analyse relationships between the fitness industry and industries providing services and products associated with fitness. This unit standard is designed for people who will manage fitness programme areas, fitness facilities, and fitness enterprises.

Standard-setting body:

Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Analyse ethical principles and practice in the fitness industry
This standard is expiring. The last date for assessment to take place is 31 December 2020.

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7040 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify and describe fitness industry and employer codes of ethics and of ethical practice; analyse the application of codes to routine interactions with clients, work colleagues, and other health and/or fitness professionals; and apply ethical principles to making decisions in the workplace. This unit standard is designed for all staff in contact with clients in fitness facilities.

Standard-setting body:

Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Analyse contemporary issues in the fitness industry
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7041 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to: analyse equity and employment issues in the fitness industry; analyse the interaction between fitness, health, and performance; analyse the effects of media advertising and ideal body images on attitudes to fitness and exercise; analyse the impact of drug use and abuse on the fitness industry and its clients; and analyse issues relating to competing public and private sector involvement in the fitness industry. This unit standard is designed for people with supervisory and management responsibilities in fitness facilities who are expected to analyse issues facing the New Zealand fitness industry from their own perspective and appreciate the perspectives of groups with different interests.

Standard-setting body:

Skills Active Aotearoa Limited

Data as at 26 October 2020