Polepeople's 'Teaching Beginners Pole Fitness' Instructor course, is a 2 day intensive course which is accredited by SkillsActive and awards 16 REPs points.
The Polepeople ‘Teaching Pole To Beginners’ Instructor Course, is a 2 day Intensive Course designed to equip exercise and fitness professionals with the knowledge and skill to use Beginners Pole Fitness with clients. It awards 16 REPs CPD points for members of REPs. It maps to Level 2 of National Occupational Standards.
SAT 21st - SUN 22nd OCTOBER 2017
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
POLEPEOPLE DANCE STUDIO - TEMPLETON HOUSE, 33-34 CHISWELL STREET, EC1Y 4SF
improve knowledge of background, history and reasons for pole fitness
understand the exercise benefits of pole dance fitness
master beginner pole fitness techniques and teaching points
master over 15 pole fitness spins and poses
learn how to warm up for and cool down from pole fitness
understand the health and safety considerations involved in the teaching of pole fitness
understand and be able to practice group teaching techniques
learn and compile individual moves into basic routines
Welcome and Intro to ‘Teaching Beginner Pole Fitness’
Learn easy Pole Fitness moves and orientation
Learn medium Pole Fitness moves
Pole Fitness warm up and cool down theory
Learn hard Pole Fitness moves
Anatomy and Physiology of Pole Fitness
Pole Equipment Safety and Maintenance
Accidents and Emergencies
Pole Fitness Routines
Pole Fitness Routines
Gaining Feedback and Evaluation
Teaching Pole Fitness
The moves are the step and hook, turns, back slide, back slide with leg kick, the fireman jump, the fireman spin, the corkscrew, the knee hook spin, the knee spin with swan variation, the sunwheel, the cartwheel kick, the backwards knee-hook, the swan, climbing the pole and ways of coming down the pole after climbing.
The assessment is a 20 minute practical split into two parts: * In part one you’ll be asked to demonstrate 6 pole moves which will be randomly selected by the assessors. You will need to perform the moves with correct technique and grace. The course manual has a check list of the points you’ll be marked on. * In part two you’ll be asked to teach three pole moves to a small group of students. You will be able to prepare in advance for this part of the assessment. Again, the manual has a full list of criteria.
For more information and to reserve your place on the course, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 247 6693. Advance booking is essential. A £100 deposit is required to reserve your place. The full balance is then due 2 weeks before your course starts. Payment can be taken by card over the phone or via BACS transfer. Please note that pregnant women are not advised to take the course.