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Almost 65% of the Australian population is overweight and need your help!
Fitness Institute has been helping people lose weight and develop a healthy lifestyle since 2009. Obtaining a Certificate IV in Weight Management allows you to take an active role in the fight against the ever-growing statistic of overweight people around the world.
For many years, the weight loss industry has been unregulated. Now, with the development of this Nationally Recognised, Accredited Course, we are proud to offer those keen to help others achieve their healthy weight goals, a new career path!
Covering 11 topics and using evidence-based nutritional advice, meal plans, exercise recommendations and psychological considerations, completing this course qualifies you as a Weight Management Coach, Weight Loss Consultant or Health, Wellness and nutrition coach – a highly sought after qualification and service.
Also, you don’t have to be a Personal Trainer to do this course though, the only pre-requisites are listed in the entry requirements below. If you are a registered Personal Trainer with Fitness Australia, on completion you will be eligible for 15 CECs.
- Course Code – 10576NAT – Certificate IV in Weight Management
- Delivery – Online/External
- Course Duration – Up to 12 months
- Weight Loss Consultant
- Weight Management Consultant
- Motivational Weight Management Coach
- Wellness Coach
- Health Coach
Certificate 4 in Weight Management students must:
- Be over 18 years of age
- Have achieved a minimum year 10 level of education
- Have a minimum of three years employment or volunteer experience in working within a customer service environment
- Meet the requirement for working with adolescents (13-17) in the relevant Australian State / Territory
- OR the student has advised they do not intend to work with adolescents (13-17) but have been advised of the requirement should they choose to do so in future.
- Have the ability to use computers, to email, send and write word documents, scan files and to use a basic spreadsheet
- Have a high level of language, literacy and numeracy skills – sufficient to interpret research documents, prepare written reports and prepare a weight management plan including numeracy requirements for weights, measurements and times.