AHE2006 - Exercise Interventions for Healthy Populations
|1.||Apply discipline-specific knowledge and skills in to order to provide safe and effective exercise-related interventions for apparently health client groups;|
|2.||Critically review the ethical and legal responsibilities of the Codes of Professional Practice in accordance with ESSA and use ethical reasoning to identify, solve problems and recommend professional practice improvements;|
|3.||Gather and examine data with the intention of differentiating between functional or clinical outcomes;|
|4.||Prescribe an exercise protocol that has been devised through the analysis of physical assessment data in understanding an individual's goal and motivations and evaluate its effectiveness; and,|
|5.||Integrate knowledge already acquired from studies in exercise science, sport science and human performance to demonstrate appropriate behaviour as an entry level practitioner.|
|Test||Test conducted online to determine understanding of scope of practice and associated forms behind placement.||10%|
|Test||Theory test to determine competency for placement||20%|
|Test||Practical test to determine competency for placement||20%|
|Portfolio||140 hour placement record of engagement, training and reflective portfolio for a single client regarding efficacy of 20-30 hours of exercise training||50%|
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