- All QPEC workshops, certifications, and online courses are registered with Fitness Australia to offer continuing education credits (CECs). We offer you the highest quality fitness education from top Australian and international presenters.
- Note: Fitness Australia Exercise Professionals are required to engage in ongoing development and obtain 20 CEC’s over two years in order to re-register with Fitness Australia.
Take your cycling classes to the next level. Learn effective coaching communication and training skills as well as interval and endurance training formats for your classes. Learn about intensity and heart rate zones and integrate real cycling more into your classes (Must have some form of cycling certification as a pre-requisite!).
Are you looking to increase your client’s fitness level & add some variety? Then this deep water session is for you! Using buoyancy belts and principles of resistance, power, speed and floatation, we apply this to various skills from sports such as martial arts, basketball and football in a session guaranteed to give you a great workout and take home value!
Take the versatility of the BOSU Balance Trainer to a whole new level with this ultimate cross-training workshop. Learn a unique system for incorporating elements of strength, cardio, core, balance and agility into one full body workout and brand new exercises that use minimal equipment, minimal space, but give MAXIMUM results! BOSU Xplode is suitable for one on one or group training and available as a face to face workshop or an online study course.
Chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure are escalating at unprecedented rates in Australia and every other industrialised nation in the world! “Diabesity” is a new term which refers to the inextricable link between obesity and diabetes. This up to date seminar merges the latest scientific information. Expand your client base (and income potential) to include people with obesity and diabetes.
Join Lisa Westlake as you learn to develop a sound understanding of the physiological and emotional changes that occur during pregnancy and early motherhood. Become aware of what is safe and why we need to modify exercises. Discuss possible pregnancy related conditions and identify appropriate exercise modifications. Know when, and for whom, exercise is contraindicated as well as learn when to refer for further assessment.
Running is a fundamental activity of everyday life, functional movement and sport. Very few people on this planet can run well and not be in pain or do some damage to their body, and this is due to each person’s unique body profile. Join David Bivck (Physiotherapists to the stars) to show you how you can help your clients to move injury free and effectively.
Up to 40% of your clients will have knee problems at any one time with the most common being patella tracking problems. In this workshop, participants will learn vital screening tools, advanced anatomical function, biomechanics and corrective exercises.
People require balance most in unpredictable environments such as catching a ball surfing, playing tennis or jumping. Balance can be trained and transfers to most sports and daily activities. Learn how to integrate whole body movement with unstable surfaces into every aspect of your training session from your warm up to your cool down
This workshop is presented by Adam Floyd and is vital to anyone working in the rehabilitation, gym or personal training environment – the shoulder is one of the most commonly injured joints in the body! The exercises you prescribe to your clients can be harmful. Learn to be more specific than “if it hurts, don’t do it”.
The foam roller is one of the most powerful tools in the industry that has been totally overlooked by most fitness professionals. Learn from Ian O’Dwyer how to instantly change the feel of your client. Enhance their movement and recovery as well as improve vitality, effectiveness and efficiency.