Sunday, 26 June 2011

Health & Safety Compliant - Pole Instructor Training

Pole Instructor Training, REP’s Accreditations and Qualifications Level 3 predominately focuses on the Health & Safety of Pole Instructors and their participants

Industry Leaders Pole Passion set to revolutionise the Pole Fitness industry once more, Global Leaders in Teacher Training announce a further submission to REP’s, specifically focusing on the safety on and around the vertical bar.
Pole Passion currently supports and inspires International world champions and national leaders with the annual World Pole Dance championships and advising on pole safety to hundreds of companies through their government approved courses which have been educating the pole fitness and dance industry since 2003.

REP’s Accredited Advanced Teaching Training Techniques - Level 3 is a bespoke course complying specifically with current Health and Safety regulations for professional pole instructors who are teaching or even the casual instructor who occasionally teaches, as it is a very important issue and element of pole instructor training and one with serious consequences if it is not taught right.
Specifically designed for the safety of fitness and dance participants and their instructors incorporating up to date and revolutionary equipment and mats
Insurance companies have welcomed this news.

‘Level 3 has been designed, focusing specifically on Pole Safety, incorporating spotting techniques, drilling techniques for additional strength building on and off the pole and safety elements complying with Duty of Care and all current insurance requirements under the Health and Safety at Work Act for all professional instructors,’ comments the course author and owner/founder of Pole Passion Ltd - Kay Penney

Prerequisites for level 3 are Rep’s accredited level 1 & 2 Pole Instructor training certifications
Call 0871 318 3838 for more information and booking

POLE INSTRUCTOR REP's accredited level 3 (8 Rep’s points pending) One Day certification and course - Theory to include

Who should be inverting
Spotting techniques
Injury prevention
Anatomy of an invert
Safe Instructing techniques
Body positioning
Hand grips
Drills and simple strength tests
Stretching for progression
Core moves 80% of moves must be accomplished by the instructor
Basic inverts below with variations
Inverted crucifix
Inverted slide down landing
Inverted spin landing
Thigh hold
Knee release
Ankle release
Inverted V
Inverted handstand
Inverted thigh hold
Outside leg hand - Gemini
Inside leg hand - Scorpio
Flatline Scorpio

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