Exercise to Music – Passport to Level 2 Certificate

The course consists of the following six units:

  1. Anatomy and physiology for exercise
  2. Principles of exercise, fitness and health
  3. Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment
  4. Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity
  5. Planning group exercise to music session
  6. Instructing group exercise to music

Entry Requirements: None

Assignments: There are a number of worksheets with various tasks:

  1. Level 2 Combined Units
    a. Anatomy and Physiology worksheet
    b. Lifestyle Management and Health Awareness worksheet
    c. Providing a Positive Customer Experience – worksheet
  2. Planning Exercise to Music
    a. Plan and Deliver Group Exercise to Music worksheet
    b. Principles of Planning and Delivering Group Exercise worksheet
    c. Group Exercise to Music Lesson Plan 
  3. Delivering Exercise to Music
    a. Exercise to Music Practical Assessment (conversion course)

Exams: Yes – Multiple choice questions exam

Prison Support Requirements: Support submitting assignments, organizing and invigilating exams in prison. If possible, support completion of practical part in a local HFE Centre. Please see the nearest HFE centre from your establishment if you are on ROTL.

CAT D Prisons and Nearest HFE Centre:

Ford (Sussex) – Worthing: (13 miles)

Kirkham (Lancashire) – Preston (8 miles)

North Sea Camp (South Lincolnshire) – Nottingham (64 miles)

Standford Hill (Kent) – Greater London (50 miles)

Springhill (Buckinhamshire) – Greater London (58 miles)

Leyhill (Gloucestershire) – Bath (30 miles)

Hatfield (South Yorkshire) – Doncaster (12 miles)

Thorn Cross (Cheshire) – Warrington (7 miles)

Prescoed (South Wales) – Cardiff (25 miles)

N.B. The practical part must be completed with two years from the completion of the theoretical part. 

Tutor Support: Yes

What’s Next? HFE offer a range of Level 3 theory courses, including: Nutrition for Physical Activity.  

Find Out More: From HFE directly here.

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