HNC Fitness, Health and Exercise

Course Content

This course is suitable for a wide range of learners including school leavers, adult returners to education, individuals in employment who wish to enhance their career prospects and those wishing to start their own business. Units build underpinning knowledge and understanding of aspects required to practically gym instruct and work with groups. These aspects include: Health and Safety Management, Exercise Science Principles and Programming, Health Screening, Nutrition, Psychology and First Aid. There is an opportunity to gain additional fitness qualifications accredited by Active IQ.

Entry Requirements

Two appropriate Highers such as English, PE or a Science at C, equivalent academic achievement or successful progression from a relevant full-time sport course. Applications are also welcome from those holding alternative qualifications and/or relevant industry experience. Interview process: 1-1 interview, practical assessment, an extended writing task and a reference may be required. PVG Scheme Membership is a mandatory requirement for placement. 

Method of Assessment

Variety of assessments: practical performance, written assignments, presentations, portfolio, exams, placement & fitness session delivery. 

Future Prospects

The HNC will articulate directly into the HND in Fitness, Health and Exercise upon successful completion of 15 credits. Successful learners may gain employment within the Fitness, Health & Exercise industry. 

Course Overview
  • Study Type

    Part-Time Day

  • Campus

    Arbroath Campus

  • Start Date

    21 Sep 2020

  • SCQF Level

    7

  • Duration

    2 Years

  • Subject Area

    Sport & Fitness

  • Course Fee

    £740

  • Tuition fees may be paid for full-time students in Scotland subject to meeting residency requirements, applications should be made to the appropriate funding body. International Students please refer to our International fees page

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