Previously advertised as a Level 1 Trainer
The National Trainer Accreditation is the minimum expectation that senior trainers including domestic representative trainers will acquire. This accreditation requires the completion of all of the First Aid Officer requirements, and in addition for the candidate to complete modules relating specifically to the preparation and development of players to a high standard. The modules to attain the national trainer accreditation are: Anatomy and Physiology which is a programme requiring the application of this area of information to maximising performance, identifying injury and guiding rehabilitation. The second module required to be completed is Training and Conditioning which focuses on the science of training, and how to apply this knowledge to the practical requirements of your team. The module aims to arm the candidate with the ability to consider any situation whether a technique or skill area, or a component of performance that requires attention and develop training methods to address the need.
Modules required to gain this accreditation:
- Module One – Fundamentals
- Module Two – LeagueSmart
- Module Three – Sports Strapping
- Module Four – Anatomy and Physiology
- Module Five – Traning and Conditioning
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RECOGNISED PRIOR LEARNING
Applications for recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be made where the criteria of the module has been met by the candidate. See the application form for RPL.
All module requirements must be completed for accreditation to be awarded.
Deduction from course costs can be made where an application for RPL has been received and accepted prior to the running of a course where additional modules are required to complete the requirements of an accreditation level.