INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF KINESIS COURSE 902/3K

National Diploma – Kinesiology inclu. National Fitness Certification
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE
A Career in Kinesiology; Practice as a Personal Trainer, Fitness Instructor,
Group Trainer, or Kinesiologist, incl. a Pilates Teaching Component
VENUE Sandton Campus E-mail info@www.collegeofkinesis.com
Phone 0212880072 Office Hours MONDAY – FRIDAYS 09:00 – 16:00
NQF LEVEL LEVEL 5

 

This class is designated for the person who is passionated for fitness and who is engaged in constructing a career in the fitness manifacturing. Why not begin your career as a Kinesiologist – study Kinesis at the International College of Kinesis, for National Diplomas in Fitness and Kinesiology. Indispensable prerequisite to visit this class are: a Grade 12 certificate, Be engaged in some kind of fitness occupation, be healthy and capable to participate in some physical occupation.

COURSE NATURE:
A three year course.  New students should register for 901 or 902 as first year during 2009.  Second/Third year students should arrange a meeting with Course Leader to argue the structure, costs and time-tables.

TIME PERIOD:
February to December

COURSE COST:
R17500 per year. For time-table kindly come in contact with us –  info@www.collegeofkinesis.com.
Kindly note charges are matter to alter without announcement.

QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED:
National Certificate in Fitness ( inclusively of Pilates as a teaching constituent)
Perform in the industry as a Personal Trainer and/or Group Trainer educating different course formats to music.
ICK’s National Diploma – Kinesiology
Practice as a Kinesiologist

REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERVIEW/ENTRANCE TO COURSE:
Grade 12 qualification
Good health and physically condition
Practice experience and/or sports interests
Currently taking part in different exercise programs
Have some knowledge in pharmacy, to know more about this sphere you may on Canadian Health&Care Mall

PROCESS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE: 

EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:  

The developing procedure is unbroken and contains a complex of learning results. It is significant that the student finishes an outcome which has a relation to the result of a studying procedure, a procedure of compilation that makes a student operate in represented contexts to proven standards. The interpretation of this procedure is in the student package.

COURSE SCHEDULE: Each course direction will offer:

FUNDAMENTAL LEARNING CORE LEARNING ELECTIVE LEARNING
Implies that studying which arranges the foundation or basis demanded to complete the studying, coaching or further education inquired in receiving a qualification. Implies that mandatory studying inquired in situations context specifically valid to the peculiar qualification Implies a choice of supplementary credits at the level of the NQF specified, from which aselection may be done to assure that the purpose(s) of the qualification is reached
The three categories will be at the same levels and therefore of the same degrees of complicacy in each of the categories.

A qualification is to be created of a certain number of credits. SAQA tells of one credit being the approximate equivalent of the hours of studying. For the whole qualification, the credits are the complete amount of credits that a student via the UNIT STANDARDS reaches.

FUNDAMENTAL LEARNING CORE LEARNING ELECTIVE LEARNING
The profession of Health and Exercise Management Wellness, Fitness and Lifestyle Management Structural Bodywork:
An Overview
What is structural bodywork
Human Maps
The techniques of structural bodywork
The connective tissue network
The oscillatory properties of the fascial network
The muscular system
Common postural dysfunctions
Practicum: assessment , technique and strategy in structural bodywork
Balancing structure
Health Benefits and recommended amount of physical activity Components of a Program and Program Variables Neuromuscular Therapy
Integrated Functional anatomy
Muscles, Fascia and Kinetic Chain
Trigger Points
Kinetic chain anatomy and Pa tient assessment
Activating the community Metabolic Fitness Training and Energy Costs of Physical Activities Deep Tissue Massage
General theories
Reading the body
Refining your touch
Pa in
Direction of strokes
Stroke strategies
General Techniques
Specific Techniques
Your role in looking out for the health of your clients
Therapeutic strategies for addressing common complaints and injuries
Planning your session
Practice Business Skills
The health and fitness Industry Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning of the total body
Mobility, Stability and Flexibility for total muscular Fitness
Introduction to Craniosacral therapy
Why craniosacral
The fluid medium: CSF
The craniosacral membrane system
The craniosacral skeleton
Craniosacral rhythmic impulse
History of craniosacral concept
Stress storage in the membrane system
Reciprocal tension
The nature of palpation
Fundamental principles
Unwinding
Dural Tube
The diaphragms
Cranial Adjusting
The ten step protocol
Introduction to health and fitness management Anatomy Kinesiology Muscle Testing and Energy Balancing for health and well-being
Polarity Therapy
Front of the house management Physiology Mind and Body Connection:
Greatest Laws of life
A common Purpose
Whole Mind Integration
Commitment and responsibility
Love and Possession
Cause and Effect
The ties that Bind
Faith and Prayer
Energy
Back of the house management Kinesiology and biomechanics Mind and Body Connection:
Listen to your physical Body
Disease and Accidents
Food for Thought
The ideal weight
Sexuality
Physical Essentials
Physical Activity, Fitness and Health Health Screening, Client interviewing and required evaluation and testing Mind and Body Connection:
Listen to your mental body
The value systems
The ego
False Masters
Mental Essentials
Aerobic Fitness Exercise Prescription; Program Design and Management Mind and Body Connection:
Listen to your emotional Body
Emotional Expression
Fear and Guilt
Emotional Essentials
Muscular Fitness including body conditioning, flexibility and ball programs Principles of Injury Prevention and Treatment Mind and Body Connection
Spirituality
Harmony and Balance
Activity and weight control Principles of Nutrition and Management of
Body Composition
Introduction to NLP
Main Ideas of NLP
How we use our senses internally to think
States of mind
Thinking in terms of systems
How language sets limits on our experience
NLP patterns
NLP in therapy and personal change
Thinking strategies
Performance in Work and sport Weight management
Vitality and longevity Stress management
Wellness for life Substance use and abuse
Exercise Leadership Exercise and Children
Behavior Modification Exercise and Older Adults
Exercise and Obesity
Exercise and Diabetes
Exercise and Coronary Heart Disease
Exercise, Asthma, and Pulmonary Disease
Exercise and Women’s Health
Movement Fusion program including: step, aerobics, spinning, yoga and pilates matwork
Music Training