• YMCA Level 2 Award in Engaging Inactive People in Physical Activity to Create Long-Term Behaviour Change (603/7345/3)

    By completing this qualification, learners will meet industry requirements to engage the most inactive people in society and change their inactive behaviour, as set out within the CIMSPA professional standard.

    Price

    £30

    GLH

    46 hours

    TQT

    59 hours

    Endorsed by

    YMCA Level 2 Award in Engaging Inactive People in Physical Activity to Create Long-Term Behaviour Change

    Qualifications Type

    Population Specialism

    Qualification Number (QN)

    603/7345/3

    Availability

    Operational start date – 1 May 2021

    Operational end date –

    Certification end date –

    Latest version of qualification –

    Entry Requirements

    • Occupational qualification

    Assessments

    • Assessment workbook
    • Worksheet
    • Session overview and plan
    • Session observation and evaluation

    Endorsement

    Overview

    The purpose of this qualification is to enable qualified group exercise and/or fitness instructors to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours to work with inactive adults with no pre-existing health conditions.

    Completing this qualification will enable learners to plan and deliver physical activity programmes that engage and positively challenge inactive individuals to create long-term behaviours change.

    Qualification details

    Learners will cover:

    • Identifying how to promote healthy lifestyles.
    • Understanding the importance of healthy lifestyles in combatting mental and physical illness.
    • Identifying target groups likely to be inactive.
    • Combatting barriers to inactivity and nonparticipation in physical activity through application of behaviour change strategies.
    • The benefits of physical activity to society on a local and national level.
    • Awareness of initiatives aimed at increasing physical activity levels.
    • How to plan inclusive physical activity sessions for inactive people within communities.
    • How to collate and feedback to inform future programmes.
    • How to prepare, plan and deliver inclusive, safe and fun physical activity sessions for inactive people.
    • Identify individual client requirements for differentiation and adapt exercises accordingly.
    • Promote retention and behaviour change via appropriate communication skills and feedback to participants.

    To achieve this qualifications, learners must complete two mandatory units. There are 4 assessment tasks:

    • Assessment workbook
      • Lifestyle management and health awareness (K/616/7949)
    • Worksheet
    • Session overview and plan
    • Session observation and evaluation

    You can find further information on these assessments in the qualification syllabus and/or learner assessment record, which are available for centres to download from Y-Connect.

    Our Level 2 YMCA Level 2 Award in Engaging Inactive People in Physical Activity to Create Long-Term Behaviour Change (603/7345/3) can provide employment opportunities working with a wider range of clients.

    These qualifications can also lead to further training at the same or higher levels including:

    • YMCA Level 2 Award in Group Exercise Instructing (603/7151/1)
    • YMCA Level 2 Award in Delivering Chair-Based Exercise (600/5924/2)
    • YMCA Level 2 Award in Developing Sustainable Physical Activity Programmes within Community Settings (603/7343/X)
    • YMCA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (603/1902/1)
    • YMCA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (603/1903/3)
    • YMCA Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Pilates (Practitioner) (603/3855/6)
    • YMCA Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga (Practitioner) (603/3617/1) 
    UNUnit titleeLearningManual
    M/618/6440Working with inactive people✔️
    K/616/7949Lifestyle management and health awareness✔️✔️

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