Health, Exercise & Fitness - QLS Level 3 Course

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Self-Study Time:Approximately 120 Hours (Self-Study)
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Course Description

The Health, Exercise & Fitness - QLS Level 3 Course is designed to equip you with the theoretical knowledge to begin or develop a career in the health, exercise and fitness industry. It also provides all the information and resources needed to educate people on how in lead healthier lifestyles.

The health and fitness industry is becoming increasingly more important and dominant in today’s society. There will always be a demand for jobs and careers in this industry as people strive to lead healthier, active lifestyles.

The need to be fit and healthy is an essential commodity of life. People are constantly looking for ideas and solutions on how to lose weight, how to exercise safely and what exercise to do. This course offers you the chance to understand what you can and ultimately need to do in order to lead a healthier lifestyle. It gives you the theoretical knowledge and offers practical ideas on how to set about shaping yours and others lifestyles in order to increase health and fitness.

On successful completion of this course students will receive a QLS Level 3 Certificate of Achievement from ABC Awards and Certa Awards.

The Health, Exercise & Fitness - QLS Level 3 Course includes the following units:
The following topics are covered: What is Health?; Physical, Social and Mental Health; What is Exercise?; Types of Exercise – Sports Continuum; The Sports Continuum; What is Fitness?; Health Benefits of taking Part in regular Exercise; 10 Reasons to get More Active; Health Related Components of Fitness; Skill Related Components of Fitness; and Comparison of Health and Skill Related Fitness.
The following topics are covered: Definition of the Components of Fitness; Detained Analysis of each Component; Why do we want to Test our Fitness?; Measuring the Components of Fitness – Examples of Fitness Tests; and Components of Fitness needed for Different Sporting Activities.
The following topics are covered: How does the Body Generate Energy for Exercise?; The Creatine Phosphate System; The Lactic Acid System and Oxygen Dept; The Aerobic System; Analysis of Different Training Zones; Principles of SPORT; FITT Principles; Methods of Training (Continuous, Fartlek, Interval, Weight Training, Plymetrics, Flexibility Training and Circuit Training); and Examples of Training Sessions for each Training Method.
The following topics are covered: Physiological and Psychological Benefits of Warming Up; Cool Down – Reasons why it is Important; Phases of a Warm Up:- Body Temperature Raising, Stretching and Skill Development; Planning a Training Programme; Applying the Sport and Fitt Principles of Training; Periodisation - Off Season, Pre Season, Peak Season and Transitional Period; Planning a Training Session (Warm Up, Main Activity and Cool Down); and Examples of Training Programmes and Sessions.
The following topics are covered: Factors affecting Sporting Performance (Age, Gender, Personality, Lifestyle, Environment, Injury, Illness, Diet, Body Type and Drugs); Social Drugs:- How Smoking and Alcohol Affect Sporting Performance; Other Social Drugs and their Effect on Sporting Performance; Types of Performance Enhancing Drugs; Examples and Effects of Performance Enhancing Drugs and Blood Doping.
The following topics are covered: How to Prevent Injury (Safe Environment, Clothing and Equipment, Fair Competition, Obey the Rules and Warm Up and Cool down); What Causes Sports Injuries?; Accidental Injuries, Overuse Injuries, Chronic Injuries; Examples of Sports Injuries (Soft Tissue Injuries, Skin injuries and Hard Tissue Injuries) Injuries, Symptoms and Treatment; RICE Procedure; More Serious Injuries; Assessing the Casualty’s Condition – DRACB; How to Treat an Unconscious Casualty; Emergency Action Plan; and Other Conditions that can Influence Sports Performance.
The following topics are covered: A Balanced Diet; The Essential Groups of Nutrients; Macronutrients and Micronutrients; Diet and Exercise; The Importance of each Nutrient for Exercise; Energy and Diet (Metabolic Rate and Physical Activity Level); Energy in Food; Energy Equations; The Athletes Diet (Day of Competition, After the Event and Glycogen Loading); Common Eating Disorders; Healthy Eating; Food Pyramids; and Examples of Diets.
The following topics are covered: Outline of the Different Body Systems; The Human Skeleton and Major Bones; Functions of the Skeleton (Support, Protection, Movement, Blood Production and Mineral Storage); Ossification; Cartilage; Types of Bone; The Skeletal Frames:- Axial and Appendicular; Exercise and the Bones; Definitions of Fixed, Slightly Movable and Synovial Joints; A Typical Synovial Joint Structure; Movement Patterns at Synovial Joints; and How can Exercise Help Improve the Skeletal System.
The following topics are covered: Functions of Muscles; Types of Muscle Tissue; Skeletal Muscles – Structure and Functions; Muscular Contractions (Isotonic, Isometric and Isokinetic); How Muscles are Attached to Bones; Muscle Fibres (Slow and Fast Twitch); Characteristics of Muscle Fibres and Exercises they Relate to; Major Muscles in the Human Body (Location and Function); Exercises to Strengthen the Muscles; and Benefits of Warming Up the Muscles.
The following topics are covered: What Parts of the Body Make Up the Cardiovascular System; Functions of the Cardiovascular System; The Double Pumping Action of the Heart; Pulmonary Circulation; Systemic Circulation; Structure of the Heart; Blood Flow Through the Heart; How does the Heart Pump Blood; Blood Vessels:- Arteries, veins and Capillaries; The Heart and Exercise; Heart Rate – Measuring the Pulse; What Happens to our Cardiovascular System when we Exercise; Long Term Effects of Training on the Cardiovascular System; Components and Functions of Blood; The Blood and Exercise; Blood Pressure – Measuring Blood Pressure; and Factors Affecting Blood Pressure.
The following topics are covered: Structure of the Respiratory System; How Air Passes Through the Body; Pulmonary Ventilation; The Mechanics of Breathing; Inspiration and Expiration; How do we get the Oxygen to the Working Muscles?; External Respiration; Internal Respiration; Capacity for Exchanging Gases; and What Happens to the Respiratory System as we Exercise?
The following topics are covered: What is Digestion?; Energy Molecules in Food; Chemical Digestion; Physical Digestion; The Digestive Process; Parts of the Digestive System and their Functions; What is an Enzyme; Food Enzymes; Digestive Enzymes; and The Digestive System and Exercise.
The following topics are covered: Basic Functions of the Nervous System; Parts of the Nervous System; The Central Nervous System – Parts of the Brain; The Spinal Cord; The Peripheral Nervous System:- Sympathetic and Autonomic Nervous Systems; Reflex Actions and Conditioned Reflexes; Receptor Organs; and The Nervous System and Sport.
The following topics are covered: Hormones – What are they?; Hormone Producing Organs and Body Parts; and The Endocrine System and Exercise.
The following topics are covered: Defining Anxiety - Cognitive and Somatic; Types of Anxiety; Anxiety and Sport; Stress; What Causes Stress?; Symptoms of Stress; Stress Management and Stress Management Technique.
Prerequistes

There are no particular entry requirements for this course, so students can sign up providing they are comfortable studying at a Level 3 standard.

Course Duration & Online Support

You can start this course at any time, and you would be registered for a one-year period. You also have access to a personal tutor who can be contacted by email. Your tutor is available to assist with any queries and to mark your assignments for the Awarding Body.

As the course is self-study, you can complete it as quickly as you like. Support extensions are available if students do not complete the course within the one-year period.

Assessment

You will be assessed on TMAs (Tutor Marked Assignments). Most TMAs consists of short paragraph answers, although some TMAs may have a specific word count. The main criteria to pass as assignment is to prove to the tutor that you have fully understood the question and have answered it sufficiently.

If the assignment is not of the required level or needs an amendment it will be detailed in your tutor feedback so you can make any required changes. The course tutor will be happy to give guidance as to how you might improve you answers. Your work can be sent back to your course tutor by email or by post.

About ABC Awards & Certa Awards Certification

At the end of this course, successful learners will receive a QLS Level 3 Certificate of Achievement from ABC Awards and Certa Awards.

This course has been endorsed by ABC Awards and Certa Awards for its high-quality. The Quality Licence Scheme, endorses high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.

You can find more information on level descriptors from our Certification Overview Page.

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