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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the long term career prospect after a Strength & Conditioning course?
    The natural progression is to become an accredited UKSCA coach.
    There are no clear salary guidelines, but it could be £40k - £100k+ within elite sports. Learn more about S&C salaries.
  • Are there any entry requirements for Strength & Conditioning Courses?
    No. There is no pre-requisite for an S&C Trainer, other than being 16 years old. Although there is no formal pre-requisite our UKSCA qualification is well suited to and recommended for people already working in a coaching/teaching capacity such as Personal Trainers, PE Teachers, Military PTIs, Sports Coach, and Physios.
  • Is the strength and conditioning course online?
    The Strength and Conditioning Course has a blended learning approach that includes both online and practical learning. This course is split into 4 days of face-to-face learning and 5 virtual seminars, the rest of the course is delivered through e-learning. Elements of the course are online through e-learning, this can be completed at your own pace from the comfort of your home.
  • How long does it take to complete the strength & conditioning course?
    The Level 3 Strength and Conditioning course can take between 3-4 months to complete, the course is broken down into 4 phases. Phase 1 
    • Strength and Conditioning Foundations 
    • Anatomy & Physiology and Virtual Workshop 1
    Phase 2 
    • S&C Techniques, Virtual Workshop 2, and 2-day practical workshop 1 
    • S&C Programming and Coaching, Virtual Workshop 3, 2-day practical workshop 2 and Behaviour Change for S&C Trainers 
    Phase 3 
    • Assessment guidance, Virtual Workshops 4 and 5, and 1-2-1 assessment
    Phase 4 
    • Digital portfolio
  • Is your strength and conditioning qualification internationally recognised?
    This Level 3 Strength and Conditioning qualification is recognised by the UKSCA as part of its accreditation pathway. The UKSCA endorsement is one which is recognised overseas as well as being recognised by CIMSPA.
  • Why choose this strength and conditioning course?
    This Strength and conditioning course is the only course that is in collaboration with the UKSCA therefore currently no other course is aligned to the UKSCA standards. Therefore means this course will provide you with a competitive advantage against other specialist personal trainers with the opportunity to progress on a direct pathway into Elite Sports. You will also gain beneficial practical experience from this course with a total of 32 learning hours being face-to-face teaching, this provides you with practical experience ready to go straight into working as a Strength and Conditioning assistant coach.
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