International Institute for Sports Science and Fitness
IIFT is a registered non-profit educational institution offering opportunities to non-tertiary-registered as well as graduate and post-graduate students. Furthermore IIFT, as an internationally accredited body, affords students at tertiary institutions the opportunity to obtain more international professional qualifications, with the possibility of job opportunities and registration abroad.
Advanced Certificate in Fitness Conditioning Coach, NQF Level 6
Specialization in a specific field of coaching and conditioning.
IIFT-CEU's will be awarded to advance the specific fields. This is the most advanced Fitness, Sports Conditioning course in the country (34 sports federations in co-operation with the University of Pretoria);
Higher Certificate in Personal Fitness Trainer, NQF Level 5
Specialization in specific fields in short courses for advance knowledge: IIFT-CEU's will be awarded;
Higher Certificate in Group Fitness Trainer, NQF Level 5
Advance Short Course specialization in specific fields; Pilates and Yoga etc.
Certificate Fitness Instructor, Short Course
Opportunities for specific field specialization with the evaluation of CEU's for RPL for level 5;
Students can write the International Exercise examination and RPL will be given for a higher certificate with a pass mark of 70%.
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