SISXCAI010

This unit, SISXCAI010 Develop strength and conditioning programs, describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to develop, implement and evaluate strength and conditioning programs. It focuses on the skills needed to develop programs to meet the needs of participants undertaking fitness programs to achieve personal fitness goals.

NOTE: You can purchase this in a cluster with SISXCAI009 Instruct strength and conditioning programs. Contact us for more information. 

Element and Performance Criteria:

1.    Identify the needs of participants.
1.1 Analyze the strength and conditioning needs of activities.
1.2, Develop profiles for strength and conditioning program for participants using appropriate assessment measures.
1.3 Negotiate with participants and support staff to develop short, medium and long term objectives for strength and conditioning programs.
1.4 Identify career phase of participants and training phase of activities to be addressed in the program.

2.    Plan strength and conditioning training programs to meet identified needs.
2.1. Develop strategies to meet participant needs.
2.2. Select the core lifts and exercises to address participant needs.
2.3. Establish fixed points of strength and conditioning programs and identify and document training phases.
2.4. Apply exercise selection and exercise order to maximize conditioning outcomes throughout the strength and conditioning program.
2.5. Identify equipment and resource requirements for strength and conditioning program sessions.
2.6. Develop and document strength and conditioning program schedules to meet identified participant needs and objectives.
2.7. Select evaluation methods to monitor strength and conditioning program implementation.

3.    Implement strength and conditioning training program. 
3.1. Supervise strength and conditioning program.
3.2. Use strength and conditioning training methods to meet participant needs.
3.3. Observe sessions to see that exercises are conducted according to organizational policies and procedures and accepted best practice principles of strength and conditioning training.
3.4. Monitor sessions to ensure correct use of equipment during strength and conditioning sessions according to manufacturer specifications.
3.5. Establish ongoing liaison with support staff to ensure a consistent approach to the strength and conditioning programs.

4.    Evaluate strength and conditioning programs.
4.1. Evaluate strength and conditioning programs according to methods identified in strength and conditioning program plans.
4.2. Review participant training diaries to monitor progress.
4.3. Use assessment measures to assess participant progress.
4.4. Seek and receive feedback from participants and support staff.
4.5. Implement modifications to strength and conditioning programs to meet identified needs.

Materials include:

  • Supplementary Notes (23 pages)
  • Powerpoint Slides (141 slides);
  • Learner’s Assessment Workbook (40 pages);
  • Assessor Guide / Benchmarks (47 pages);
  • RPL Guides (Assessor and Participant);
  • Third Party Report; and,
  • Assessment Matrix

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