The focus of this course is on advanced understanding of exercise prescription, delivery and testing among apparently healthy and sporting populations. It covers the areas of exercise science, functional anatomy and motor learning, including strength and conditioning, agility training and skill development. This course offers a mixture of traditional and interactive/ hands-on approaches to learning and teaching.
Skills and techniques performed by Accredited Exercise Scientists & Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AES & AEP’s) in the sector of apparently healthy and elite populations will be developed in this course. Students will also complete 40 hours of Exercise Science clinical practicum hours throughout this course. This practicum experience is developed under the supervision of AES’s, AEP’s or other suitably qualified health professionals.
This course is restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 3871.
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