complete a series of activities and assessments. Once all assessments and activities have been completed satisfactorily, you will then be awarded your certificate. The good news is, there is no final exam. Modules
Unit 1: Exercise and Lifestyle Psychology
: social, economic and psychological
Food habits, attitudes and behaviours
Supporting specific dietary goals
Improving the overall balance of a meal
At the end of this course successful learners will receive a level 3 NCFE Award certificate of achievement...
be applied in the real worldIf you'd like to embark upon one of the many careers this course can lead to such as a sport and exercise scientists or a psychologist, the home study Level 3 Psychology Diploma Course is the ideal distance learning training course for you.HOME STUDY SUPPORT ...
in order to enhance sporting performance.
Sports Science considers a range of different disciplines and includes areas such as: 1) Biomechanics 2) Anatomy and Physiology 3) Psychology 4) Sports Nutrition 5)  ...
awareness of their physical and psychological self in order to transmit positivism through body movements.Of course the Alexander Technique can help many physical conditions such as back pain, stress and sleep disorders. In addition it can be used to help musicians, sports men and women, and a whole range...
and sessions will be included.This course will also look at factors that affect sporting performance both physiology and psychologically. These factors will determine how improved fitness levels and healthier lifestyles are achieved.One unit will focus on the impact of diet and nutrition on health...
If you have an undergraduate degree in psychology, you can benefit from this flexible online Masters degree, which is your first step in becoming a Health Psychologist.
Our online MSc Health Psychology degree covers the theoretical and professional issues in health psychology and provides...
just as important as psychological and physical preparation.
Those therapists involved in sports nutrition may find our sportsnutrition training course a valuable aid in clarifying and summarising a number of issues. The role of each nutrient group will be covered and its appropriate inclusion...
Lesson 2: Sports development: coaching in context
Lesson 3: Coaching knowledge and learning to coach
Lesson 4: The coaching process
Lesson 5: Coaching pedagogy
Lesson 6: Sociology for coaches
Lesson 7: Anatomy and physiology for coaches
Lesson 8: Psychology for coaches
Lesson 9: Understanding...
and other commitments*.
It will provide you with a grounding in the core areas of psychology, enabling you to move into more specialised postgraduate training, such as health psychology or sportspsychology.
One step closer to a career in Psychology
By completing the full MSc or PG Diploma, you...
in the study of Sports Science
Module 2: Essential anatomy and physiology part I
Module 3: Essential anatomy and physiology part II
Module 4: Essential anatomy and physiology part III
Module 5: Introduction to sportspsychology
Module 6: Cognitive approaches in psychology
Whether you wish to embark upon a career in sportspsychology or are simply interested in the subject, the distance learning sportspsychology course will provide all the training necessary.The home study sportspsychology course provides training in the fundamentals of sportspsychology through...
development both physically and psychologically, parent-child relationships and how children learn and shape behaviour through different forms of communication.Unlike adult coaching techniques, when working with children one has to employ flexible methods, and these may be through creative mediums...
On completion of your course, you will receive the dual award:
Award 1 is issued by Stonebridge...
will have the opportunity to learn about anatomy and physiology, sportspsychology, performance dynamics, sports nutrition, sports coaching, and much more.
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Award 1 is issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges: SportsPsychology Diploma
Award 2 is issued by our Awarding Body: Level 3 SportsPsychology Award
At the end of this course successful learners will also receive a Level 3 NCFE Award Certificate of Achievement. Our course has been...
Sportsmen and women are no longer leaving anything to chance in the preparation for and duration of competition. Good, sound nutritional advice is now being sought by those who are very serious about competing and planning for an event is now becoming just as important as psychological...
Unit 4: Promoting health
Unit 5: Anatomy and physiology in health and disease part 1
Unit 6: Anatomy and physiology in health and disease part 2
Unit 7: Body chemistry and organisation
Unit 8: Pathology, immunology and epidemiology
Unit 9: Digestion, nutrition and the psychology...
such investigations one step further - helping the aspiring athlete and the motivational coach find a formula that works for them, ensuring that success will ultimately mean failure for their competitors!On completion of your course, you will receive these qualifications:Qualification: SportsPsychology...
categories of eating disorder, that is, anorexia, bulimia and compulsive eating. These three, according to most of the experts on the subject of eating disorders, rather than just being a problem with food and body image, are an outward expression of psychological conflict.You may not be able...
people achieve success in a wide range of fields such as sport, education, management and therapy. In 1974 its developers proposed that NLP would provide users with the tools to analyse, incorporate or modify any sequence of behaviour they observed in another human being. These NLP tools involve...
carb cave-man style dietDesign a weight loss dietLesson 5: The importance of exercise in weight loss By the end of lesson 5, you should be able to:Describe the benefits of exerciseUnderstand some of the psychological issues that can affect our ability to maintain a healthy weightLesson 6: A guide...
can do and how to do it. Guidance will be given on how to plan training programmes and sessions effectively. Practical examples of training programmes and sessions will be included. This course will also look at factors that affect sporting performance both physiology and psychologically...
number of persons whose psychological disorder causes only mild or intermittent disturbance to their lives often presents a dilemma for doctors and psychiatric services that are overstretched in dealing with the more serious depressions and psychoses. Such minor disorders, if unchecked over a long...
of the personal fitness trainer
The benefits of having a personal trainer
Psychology of fitness & the client
Writing training programmes
Sales & marketing
Contracts with the client