AIQ Level 4 
Certificate in Strength and Conditioning

Why should I take this course?

The AIQ Level 4 Certificate in Strength and Conditioning is the certificate you need to be recognised by CIMSPA as a Level 4 Trainer with a specialism in Sports Performance.
This course is built by FASTER so you know that we have focussed on how we can best deliver the information in way that will allow you to be the best you can for your clients.  On top of this, we have added in lectures and content to make sure you can stay at the top of the industry and the forefront of the research. You will be joining a group of trainers that work as a community to support each other, and have jobs with athletes in and out of professional sports.  Including Academy Development Managers through to consultants to high level sports performance Athletes and Bodies.

All of the modules are taught to AIQ standards, and we have a system of standards measured by both AIQ and our own appointed outside assessor, to support our tutors who will work 1-1 with you to help you not only pass, but come out the other end of the course confident and ready to work with your new client base.

The course is taught and assessed online, we have pre-made content which is updated regularly, as well as having links to allow you to easily book 1-1 zoom or phone calls to get you through any individual sticking points you might reach.  You start the courses as soon as you sign up, no waiting, and when you have finished, you will still have access to the course notes for the rest of the time we run this or an equivalent course. 
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John Hardy Msc

Football is a game that he didn't play to a high standard, although he was a Division 4 Mansfield Sunday League leading goal scorer in 1992, he career was cut short by a lack of talent. By the age of 17, John had completed his first year as a sports coach and had just passed his FA Preliminary coaching badge. This started his passion for coaching, which lead to an obsession with movement and exercise planning.Although he firmly believes in Science driving answers, and that you are as good as the research you put into the job, it is also important in the S&C community that you can back this up with qualifications and experience.John has worked with GB Netballers, Premiership Footballers, other Professional Footballers, National Canoe Polo Players, Olympic Triathletes,  Professional Rugby Players and more as well as having his Football Performance course be referenced positively at a national soccer convention in the US. In a massive call to authority (see the course content), he has also trained up to MSc level in Sports Science with an emphasis on Injury and Performance, to compliment his Degree in Coaching and Fitness. He attended GAIN (Vern Gambetta's internship), GIFT and also qualified with the NASM on their Performance Enhancement Specialist and Sports Performance Specialist as well as completing his NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.