Study Dilemmas – Where to find the right information
Do you find yourself asking: “Where do I find the right content?”
Happy to tell you, you’re not alone – and we are here to help. Along with the provided Powerpoint presentation and your textbook, you will find a complete Referral List of links in the Introduction to each section of the course.These links have been meticulously chosen to provide you with the information to confidently complete the course content.
Norton, K., & Norton, L. (2011). Pre-Exercise Screening: Guide to the Australian adult pre-exercise screening system.
As Fitness Australia is a governing body for our industry, you will also find plenty of content available on their website. However, part of the reason we are “Internationally-recognised” is that we like students to look further abroad at what else is happening in the industry around the world, and what others are having success with.
A great example of this is when you reach your strength and conditioning components and you need to complete a screening for a client that is different to what you would have seen in the health and wellness industry to date.
Functional Movement is one of the leading sites for information on what is happening in the world of Functional Movement, Strength and Conditioning. This site will help you greatly throughout the course.
At the end of the day you need to remember you are studying, and by its definition that means “Application of the mind to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or reflection”.
At the end of the day you need to remember that you are studying, and by its definition that means “Application of the mind to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or reflection”.