BRITISH Military Fitness has launched a Level Four qualification in Strength and Conditioning.
The qualification has been written by BMF Academy tutors, Mark Wood and Andy Kay, and is aimed at fitness professionals who want to advance their career in the health and fitness industry.
Open to qualified professionals with a Level Three Diploma in Personal Training who want to take their career to the next level, the course covers areas including Olympic lifting, speed, agility and quickness, plyometrics and more.
The award will be available at the BMF Academy, which has locations in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh and is four months long, with practical sessions taking place over four weekends
Operations director at British Military Fitness Garry Kerr said: “We’re always looking at new ways to upskill our own staff at British Military Fitness, and this new qualification will offer not just our own instructors but other personal trainers and sport coaches in the sector the chance to take their training to another level, including the ability to train athletes and those looking to improve their sports performance.”
Go backPosted on 31st May 2016