Deliver pre-choreographed or prescribed group exercise to music

This unit, SISFFIT010 Deliver pre-choreographed or prescribed exercise to music, describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to instruct pre-choreographed or prescribed group exercise to music classes according to the training guidelines provided by the program developer. Program evaluation remains the responsibility of the approving authority. This unit applies to group exercise leaders working in a variety of locations who are required to use appropriately licensed music. This unit applies to group exercise leaders working in a variety of locations and with a range of clients in diverse environments including aquatic, recreation, leisure, fitness, gym and community centres. These individuals typically work independently with some level of autonomy in a controlled environment. Work is performed according to relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

The elements and performance criteria for this unit are:

1 Prepare for group exercise to music class delivery.
1.1 Confirm licensing and provider requirements of the program.
1.2 Confirm facility and resource requirements for program delivery.
1.3 Confirm access to venue or facility meets needs and requirements of clients.
1.4 Determine exercise repertoire or choreography, using appropriate movement terminology and application of relevant anatomical and physiological principles.
1.5 Access, select and sequence music according to training guidelines.
1.6 Prepare movement sequences and choreography.

2 Conduct pre-choreographed group exercise to music.
2.1 Confirm availability of area, assemble resources and prepare environment appropriately.
2.2 Check equipment for maintenance requirements according to program guidelines, as required.
2.3 Confirm capacity to independently participate in session and modify as required to suit specific needs.
2.4 Provide clear instructions according to program requirements using effective communication and instructional principles.
2.5 Demonstrate exercises, techniques and equipment, and monitor participation and performance of each participant.
2.6 Modify activity, as required to cater for a multi-level group according to program guidelines.
2.7 Respond to participants experiencing difficulties and answer questions as required.
2.8 Encourage group cohesion and manage conflicts as they arise.

3 Evaluate session.
3.1 Seek and acknowledge feedback from participants.
3.2 Evaluate participant response and feedback.
3.3 Evaluate own performance and identify areas needing improvement.
3.4 Update session documentation.
3.5 Maintain records of sessions according to program guidelines.

Purchase the Materials which include:

  • Assessor Guide / Benchmarks (42 pages);
  • Learners Assessment Workbook (35 pages);
  • Supplementary Notes (34 pages);
  • Powerpoint Slides (118);
  • RPL Kit (Assessor & Participant);
  • Third Party Report; and,
  • Assessment Matrix.

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