AHE2006 - Exercise Interventions for Healthy Populations
|1.||Critically apply skills and knowledge acquired in clinical exercise studies to a professional setting involving exercise interventions with apparently healthy populations;|
|2.||Collect and interpret data discriminating between clinical and functional (eg exercise capacity) outcomes;|
|3.||Identify and critically review the ethical and legal responsibilities regarding the provision of clinical exercise services; and,|
|4.||Use evidence bases to construct a synthesis of different approaches in the design and provision of clinical exercise services for apparently healthy individuals/populations.|
|Test||Online theory quiz based on scope of practice and associated forms behind placement||10%|
|Examination||Theory Placement Readiness Exam (hurdle)||20%|
|Examination||Practical Placement Readiness Exam (hurdle)||20%|
|Portfolio||Placement record of engagement (min 80-140 hrs), training and reflective portfolio for 1 client regarding efficacy of 20-30 hrs of exercise training||50%|
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