Fitness

The global fitness industry is worth over 75 billion dollars and continues to grow every year. Get your piece of the action with a quality qualification that allows you to register with Fitness Australia as a Personal Trainer, as well as to work in a variety of settings including gyms, fitness facilities, pools, community facilities and in outdoor environments.

Foundation skills and experiences include working in a range of exercise instruction situations, including group exercise, writing gym programs and supervising exercise environments. Advanced study allows students to perform a variety of activities independently in a fitness setting. You will gain experience within a range of exercise situations focusing on programming, exercise prescription and personal training.

Students benefit from CIT’s extensive on-site fitness training facilities including a state-of-the-art gym with modern equipment, as well as access to Canberra’s many public spaces including its expansive public parks – many of which allow you to train on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.

This program includes the following placement:

Certificate III: Unpaid, 20 hours/week (9 weeks) at the CIT Fit & Well gym
Certificate IV: Unpaid, 35 hours/week (9 weeks) at CIT Fit & Well gym, plus one-on-one training of gym clients

  • Course Details
    Course/s

    Certificate III in Fitness
    CRICOS: 091808F National ID: SIS30315


    Certificate IV in Fitness
    CRICOS: 091809E National ID: SIS40215

  • Course Duration
    Duration

    TOTAL CIT PACKAGE: 6 months
    Certificate III: 9 weeks Certificate IV: 9 weeks

  • Course Intake
    Intake

    Semester 2 (October) 2018

    Semester 1 (February and April) 2019

    Semester 2 (July and October) 2019

  • Course Campus
    Campus

    CIT Bruce

  • Course Fees
    Fees*

    Tuition Fees:

    2018*: Certificate III - $6,850 Certificate IV - $6,850

    2019*: Certificate III - $7,050 Certificate IV - $7,050

    Extra Fees:

    Certificate III:
    Material fees: $350
    Uniform: $50
    First Aid Training: $150 approx.

    Certificate IV:
    Material fees: $410
    Uniform: $35

  • *Please note - Course fees are listed in $AUD and are based on a semester rate. Total course cost will vary depending on semester start date. Small fee increases happen annually in line with CIT's fee pricing review. 2018 and 2019 fees subject to change.

  • Entry Requirements

    Academic requirements:

    • ACT Senior Secondary Certificate or equivalent


    Students over the age of 20 may be eligible for adult entry. Please refer to Entry Requirements for more information.

    English requirements:

  • Course Subjects - Certificate III

    Certificate III in Fitness
    CRICOS: 091808F | National ID: SIS30315
    Complete 16 subjects (9 Core and 7 Electives)


    Core - Complete all 9

    National ID
    Subject Name
    • SISFFIT001
      Provide health screening and fitness orientation
      CIT Code: SPRT361
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify client fitness requirements, administer a pre-exercise health screening questionnaire and advise clients of appropriate fitness programs, services and facilities. This involves using industry endorsed risk stratification procedures when determining the provision of suitable advice regarding services and referral requirements. This unit applies to fitness instructors who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT002
      Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populations
      CIT Code: SPRT870
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to recognise exercise considerations common to specific population groups. It requires the ability to understand anatomical and physiological considerations and apply that understanding to client exercise participation aimed at improving health-related components of fitness. This unit applies to fitness instructors working within the industry endorsed scope of practice when providing advice regarding fitness services and referral requirements for clients from the following specific population groups: children; women; older adults; clients with a disability; Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups. This unit does not apply to provision of exercise to higher risk specific population clients, or inappropriate exercise prescription for moderate risk clients. This unit applies to fitness instructors who typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation including working with children and/or vulnerable people checks, and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT003
      Instruct fitness programs
      CIT Code: SPRT871
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, knowledge and skills required to plan, instruct and evaluate a variety of fitness programs and circuit sessions aimed at the health-related components of fitness. It involves programming and instruction of cardiovascular, resistance and flexibility programs for low or moderate risk clients who have completed industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT004
      Incorporate anatomy and physiology principles into fitness programming
      CIT Code: SPRT872
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to incorporate an understanding of the human body structure and physiology into fitness instruction, programming and provision of fitness advice. This unit applies to fitness instructors who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT005
      Provide healthy eating information
      CIT Code: SPRT873
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to provide healthy eating information and support healthy attitudes to eating and body composition. This is undertaken in accordance with recommended guidelines within industry endorsed scope of practice. The scope of practice of a fitness instructor does not include: the provision of specific or individualised dietary analysis or advice, or information regarding: specific diets; fad diets; nutritional supplementation; sports foods; ergogenic aids; nutrition for exercise or sports performance; the provision of information or advice to people with medical conditions requiring specialised dietary advice, or to frail elderly people who are at risk of malnutrition; the provision of dietary information or advice for infants and toddlers. The fitness instructor must refer clients to an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Accredited Sports Dietitian, or General Practitioner as appropriate. This unit applies to fitness instructors who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT014
      Instruct exercise to older clients
      CIT Code: SPRT876
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, instruct and evaluate exercise for male clients aged forty five and over, and female clients aged fifty five and over. It requires the ability to provide instruction of exercise programs aimed at improving health and fitness for older clients, with consideration of aspects of healthy ageing. It also covers promotion of incidental physical activity to clients to minimise the risk of developing sedentary lifestyle behaviours. It involves using industry endorsed risk stratification procedures when determining the provision of suitable advice and referral requirements. This unit applies to fitness instructors who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISXCCS001
      Provide quality service
      CIT Code: SPRT723
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to address needs and expectations of clients and colleagues, promote programs, services and facilities, and respond to conflict and client complaints. This unit applies to individuals working in a range of customer service roles in the sport, fitness or recreation industries. This includes individuals working in gyms, aquatic centres, community centres or indoor activity centres, as well as to those working as instructors, trainers or guides and volunteers in indoor and outdoor settings. These individuals undertake work according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISXFAC001
      Maintain equipment for activities
      CIT Code: SPRT147
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to conduct routine maintenance and minor repairs on equipment. This unit applies to those who undertake equipment maintenance for a specific sport or activity, or general equipment maintenance as part of sport, fitness or recreation facility operations. These individuals work under supervision and according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISXIND001
      Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments
      CIT Code: SPRT816
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to work effectively in a sport, recreation or fitness environment. The unit requires the ability to use industry knowledge to support the completion of day-to-day work activities. This unit applies to key personnel working in customer service roles in gyms, aquatic centres, community centres or indoor activity centres. It also applies to individuals working as instructors, trainers or guides and volunteers in indoor and outdoor settings with a range of client groups. These individuals work under supervision and according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil


    Electives - Complete 7

    • BSBRSK401
      Identify risk and apply risk management processes
      CIT Code: MGNT486
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to identify risks and to apply established risk management processes to a defined area of operations that are within the responsibilities and obligations of the role. It applies to individuals with a broad knowledge of risk analysis or project management who contribute well developed skills in creating solutions to unpredictable problems through analysis and evaluation of information from a variety of sources. They may have responsibility to provide guidance or to delegate aspects of these tasks to others. In this unit, risks applicable within own work responsibilities and area of operation, may include projects being undertaken individually or by a team, or operations within a section of the organisation.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT006
      Conduct fitness appraisals
      CIT Code: SPRT874
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan and conduct fitness appraisals, related to the health-related components of fitness. It requires the ability to determine positive behavioural change strategies in preparation for an exercise program and use fitness appraisal equipment according to manufacturer guidelines. This occurs after the completion of an industry endorsed risk stratification process and the subsequent referral of clients where required. This unit applies to fitness instructors who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT007
      Instruct group exercise sessions
      CIT Code: SPRT875
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, instruct, monitor and evaluate group exercise sessions, with or without music. It requires the ability to plan the selection, sequencing and progression of exercises and appropriate music to ensure safe participation in activities. This unit applies to fitness instructors who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISXCAI006
      Facilitate groups
      CIT Code: SPRT814
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to establish and facilitate the effective functioning of a group of people participating in an activity. This unit applies to individuals who work autonomously in a range of roles and settings in the sport, fitness or recreation industries. This includes program staff working in after-school or holiday-care programs, those assisting with coaching activities, or undertaking a support role in fitness activities, indoor and outdoor recreation activities such as camps and other guided activities. These individuals undertake work according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • HLTWHS001
      Participate in workplace health and safety
      CIT Code: WPHS101
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required for workers to participate in safe work practices to ensure their own health and safety, and that of others. The unit applies to all workers who require knowledge of workplace health and safety (WHS) to carry out their own work, either under direct supervision or with some individual responsibility.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • HLTAID003
      Provide first aid
      CIT Code: HESC497
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT011
      Instruct approved community fitness programs
      CIT Code: SPRT921
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to instruct an approved community fitness program designed to promote wellbeing and increase physical activity levels in community groups. Program evaluation is the responsibility of the approving authority. This unit applies to fitness and recreation program instructors who work with a range of clients in a variety of locations including aquatic, recreation, leisure, fitness, gym and community centres.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Course Subjects - Certificate IV

    Certificate IV in Fitness
    CRICOS: 091809E | National ID: SIS40215
    Complete 20 subjects (12 Core and 8 Electives)
    Subjects listed below from earlier courses automatically count towards this course


    Core - Complete all 12 subjects

    National ID
    Subject Name
    • SISFFIT013
      Instruct exercise to young people aged 13 to 17 years
      CIT Code: SPRT877
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, instruct and evaluate exercise for young people aged thirteen to seventeen years. It requires the ability to supervise young people using fitness facilities and relevant equipment to promote functional capacity and fitness. It involves using industry endorsed risk management protocols when determining the provision of suitable exercise services. This may include guidance from relevant medical or allied health professionals. This unit applies to personal trainers who work in a variety of fitness locations such as fitness, leisure and community centres. These individuals typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation including working with children or vulnerable people checks, and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT015
      Collaborate with medical and allied health professionals in a fitness context
      CIT Code: SPRT878
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify situations and conditions requiring guidance from, or the need to work with, medical or allied health professionals. This unit requires the ability to undertake referrals, and interpret and implement instructions from medical or allied health professionals to ensure appropriate exercise planning and delivery within industry endorsed scope of practice. This unit applies to personal trainers who require guidance from an appropriate medical or allied health professional following industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification, or resulting from professional judgement. These individuals typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT016
      Provide motivation to positively influence exercise behaviour
      CIT Code: SPRT879
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to promote exercise and incorporate behaviour change strategies into fitness instruction, programming and provision of fitness advice. This unit applies to personal trainers who work in controlled and uncontrolled environments. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT017
      Instruct long-term exercise programs
      CIT Code: SPRT880
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, knowledge and skills required to plan, instruct and evaluate long-term exercise programs for clients. It requires the ability to apply the principles of training and program design to achieve goals in relation to health and skill-related components of fitness. It applies to the use of a variety of training techniques and cardiovascular, free weights and contemporary training equipment, in client programs. This unit does not cover exercise prescription or instruction of uncontrolled movements. The personal trainer must only implement instruction and monitoring of power exercises that are controlled and only in situations where the client is prepared. This unit does not apply to the use of Olympic lifts. This unit applies to personal trainers who work in controlled and uncontrolled environments. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT018
      Promote functional movement capacity
      CIT Code: SPRT881
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to assess client movement and exercise capacity and develop an appropriate exercise program. It requires the use of functional movement knowledge in day-to-day professional practice to encourage healthy posture, effective movement patterns and safe exercise technique for clients. This unit applies to personal trainers who offer exercise programs to improve functional movement for general populations, including older adults and young people. These clients are those with no unstable health conditions, pain or injury as identified through industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification protocols. This unit does not apply to the provision of postural assessment, advice or treatment for an injury, disease or condition. The personal trainer is expected to refer clients requiring guidance, advice or treatment to an appropriate allied health professional. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT019
      Incorporate exercise science principles into fitness programming
      CIT Code: SPRT420
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to incorporate an understanding of exercise science principles into fitness instruction, programming and provision of fitness advice. This unit applies to the use of physiological and mechanical principles in training to improve the health- and skill-related components of fitness of clients who have recently completed industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification procedures. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT020
      Instruct exercise programs for body composition goals
      CIT Code: SPRT882
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to design exercise plans and programs to change and maintain desired and realistic body composition of clients. It applies to exercise programs aimed at health-related components of fitness, with particular attention to body composition. This unit does not directly apply to provision of healthy eating information regarding body composition goals, however it does cover the calculation of energy expenditure to enable planning and instruction of appropriate programs to achieve identified goals. This unit applies to the planning of programs for clients who have completed industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification procedures. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT021
      Instruct personal training programs
      CIT Code: SPRT735
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, instruct and evaluate personal training programs for a variety of clients in both controlled and uncontrolled environments. It requires the ability to plan individualised programs for clients who have completed industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification procedures. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT023
      Instruct group personal training programs
      CIT Code: SPRT883
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, instruct and evaluate group personal training programs for a variety of clients in both controlled and uncontrolled environments. It requires the ability to plan individualised programs for clients who have completed industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification procedures. It requires the ability to instruct personal training sessions and programs to a group of people, whilst taking into account individual goals, programming requirements, personality and fitness level. The personal trainer ensures that the supervision ratio to client adheres to organisation policies and procedures. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT025
      Recognise the dangers of providing nutrition advice to clients
      CIT Code: SPRT885
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify when the provision of nutritional advice is beyond the scope of practice of a personal trainer. It requires the ability to recognise the dangers of providing nutrition advice in a fitness setting and when a client requires referral to an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Accredited Sports Dietitian or General Practitioner. This unit covers recognition of appropriate information sources to apply to the provision of food advice, and when the provision of such advice is unethical and beyond the scope of practice. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT026
      Support healthy eating through the Eat for Health Program
      CIT Code: SPRT886
      Description: This unit requires the ability to provide healthy eating information and assist clients within industry endorsed scope of practice following completion of industry endorsed pre-exercise screening. The scope of practice of a personal trainer does not include: the provision of specific or individualised dietary analysis or advice, or information regarding: specific diets; fad diets; nutritional supplementation; sports foods; ergogenic aids; nutrition for exercise or sports performance; the provision of information or advice to people with medical conditions requiring specialised dietary advice, or to frail elderly people who are at risk of malnutrition; the provision of dietary information or advice for infants and toddlers. The personal trainer must refer clients to an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Accredited Sports Dietitian, or General Practitioner as appropriate. This unit applies to personal trainers who typically work autonomously in controlled and uncontrolled fitness environments. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISXRES001
      Conduct sustainable work practices in open spaces
      CIT Code: SPRT893
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan and conduct work in open spaces while upholding sustainable practices. This unit requires the ability to conduct research of the current land condition, capability, uses and practices, and develop and implement strategies to achieve sustainable practices for outdoor programs and activities. This unit applies to operation or program managers who are responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating sport, recreation or fitness programs and activities across a range of activity areas. They work autonomously with responsibility for management of resources and upholding of sustainable work practices
      Prerequisites: Nil


    Electives - Complete 8 subjects

    • BSBSLS408
      Present, secure and support sales solutions
      CIT Code: SELL124
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to present sales solutions that respond to specific buying needs of a client, and to use sales processes associated with securing prospect commitment to proceed with a sale. It also includes attending to post-sales activities that build and strengthen the partnership between a salesperson and client, and enhance the likelihood of future sales. It applies to individuals working in sales-related positions in a small, medium or large enterprise, in a wide variety of industries, who may provide sales solutions individually, or provide advice and support on aspects of sales solutions to support a sales team.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • BSBSMB403
      Market the small business
      CIT Code: MGNT352
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to monitor and improve business performance via a clear strategy complementing the business plan. It applies to individuals who operate a small business independently or within a larger organisation. Individuals in this role analyse and interpret market data and are proficient communicators.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • BSBSMB404
      Undertake small business planning
      CIT Code: MGNT356
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to research and develop an integrated business plan for achieving business goals and objectives. It applies to individuals who operate a small business that operates independently, or as part of a larger organisation. Individuals in this role interpret business information and numerical data competently and are skilled communicators.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • BSBSMB405
      Monitor and manage small business operations
      CIT Code: MGNT348
      Description: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to implement a business plan and modify operations as required. It applies to individuals who operate a small business which stands alone, or is part of a department within a larger organisation. Individuals in this role are skilful communicators and interpret numerical data with ease.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISFFIT024
      Instruct endurance programs
      CIT Code: SPRT884
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, instruct and evaluate endurance training programs for clients who have completed industry endorsed pre-exercise screening and risk stratification procedures. It requires the ability to identify and analyse specific client needs, instruct specialised endurance tests, and organise and implement a range of endurance training methods to achieve identified goals. This unit does not cover the more complex methods of extensive speed training, power training, agility training or plyometric training. This unit applies to personal trainers who work in controlled and uncontrolled environments. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISSSTC301A
      Instruct strength and conditioning techniques
      CIT Code: SPRT794
      Description: Unit descriptor. This unit describes the performance outcomes, knowledge and skills required to use drills, exercises and activities to instruct strength and conditioning techniques to individual athletes or groups of athletes according to their sport-specific needs, or those undertaking fitness programs to achieve personal fitness goals.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISSSTC402A
      Develop strength and conditioning programs
      CIT Code: SPRT596
      Description: Unit descriptor. This unit describes the performance outcomes, knowledge and skills required to develop, implement and evaluate a strength and conditioning program. It focuses on the skills needed to develop a program which meets the needs of individual athletes or groups of athletes according to their sport-specific needs or those undertaking fitness programs to achieve personal fitness goals.
      Prerequisites: Nil
    • SISXCAI005
      Conduct individualised long term training programs
      CIT Code: SPRT813
      Description: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to apply sport or activity-specific knowledge to plan, implement and evaluate long-term training programs designed to develop individual sporting skills or physical capacity. This unit applies to sport, fitness or recreation professionals working with individuals, groups or teams. These individuals undertake work according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.
      Prerequisites: Nil
  • Job Opportunities

    Certificate IV:
    Once registered with Fitness Australia: Personal trainer, program coordinator, (depending on electives achieved) children's trainer, or older client trainer. Gym Instructor

  • Teaching Methods and Assessment

    Students will be given opportunities to work in the purpose built commercial facility Fit and Well at Bruce CIT campus. Students will gain experience and develop skills to industry standard with real people in a supportive learning environment. This involvement will provide students with the workplace skills to begin a career in the fitness industry. This program will require a workplace for the delivery of certain units pertaining to work undertaken in the fitness industry.

    Students will also participate in online learning including a range of eLearn activities such as quizzes, short answer questions, case studies, self-directed activities, theory and online discussions facilitated by a CIT teacher.

    Assessment is carried out through direct observation, a portfolio of work samples and evidence compiled by students, reports and presentations.