Monday, October 26, 2020

Online Aerobics Instructor Courses

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If you are a fitness buff, considering a career as an aerobics instructor is wise. However, you do need to be aware of the fact that a job as an aerobics instructor could only be considered part time work at best. Most aerobics instructors both know and can train additional forms of exercise and fitness, or they have other jobs. There are a select few who become personal trainers, as aerobics instructors, for spas or high end clients, and make what amounts to a fulltime income, while working only part time. In any event, if you are interested in this line of work, you will need aerobics instructor courses.

In order to be accepted into any program that offers aerobics instructor courses, you must have a high school diploma. From this point, you can get on-the-job training in some instances, or go through a college or trade school for training. Some schools are fitness or even aerobic specific, and do offer courses for future aerobics instructors.

Many states in the United States will require that you have certification before teaching aerobics classes. Regardless of what the state requires, most health spas, fitness centers, and even private clients will require that you have certification as an aerobics instructor prior to employment with them. Additionally, the credentialing organization, where you receive your certification, may require you to renew your certification every two years or so.

The potential salary for this line of work varies greatly, depending on the facility that you work in, the area where you work, and how many hours you are able to put in each week. Naturally, those who work at spas and for high end private clients tend to earn the highest salaries, but the average hourly salary for an aerobics instructor is about $12 per hour. The outlook in terms of employment is considered to be very good, but employment opportunities will always be better in major cities and metropolitan areas than in rural areas or smaller towns.

Online Aerobics Instructor Resources

Course Title: Personal Trainer
Company Name: Heritage Education
Location: Various States in the United States
Description: While this is a general personal trainer instruction program, aerobics is covered, and the certification will allow you to obtain employment as an aerobics instructor.
Resources: http://www.heritage-education.com/gpersonaltrainer5d.htm?gclid=CM_2jbOklKICFRTXnAodxl8EEA

Course Title: Group Fitness Certification
Company Name: National Association for Fitness Certification
Location: Online, United States
Description: Because aerobics is usually a group class, this is an excellent program which covers aerobics and step specifically, although other types of group fitness training can be selected as well.
Resources: http://www.nafctrainer.com/

Course Title: Aerobics Instructor & Personal Trainer
Company Name: International Fitness Association
Location: 12472 Lake Underhill Road, #341, Orlando, Florida, United States
Description: The International Fitness Association provides free courses for aerobic instructors, but no hands-on or on-the-job training. You may take the certification exam, and you must pass with a score of at least 70%, after which you must pay for the certification.
Resources: http://www.ifafitness.com/

Course Title: Group Fitness Instructor Certification
Company Name: American Council on Exercise
Location: 4851 Paramount Drive, San Diego, California, United States
Description: The American Council on Exercise offers certification exams, and certification through this organization is widely accepted. The organization does not, however, offer training, and you must meet the eligibility requirements for certification.
Resources: http://www.acefitness.org/getcertified/certification_gfi.aspx

Course Title: Group Exercise Certification
Company Name: National Exercise Teachers Association
Location: 5955 Golden Valley Road, Suite 240, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Description: The National Exercise Teachers Association offers two options for certification. The first is to attend a one day workshop, in which instruction is actually offered. The second option is just to take the certification examination, without instruction.
Resources: http://www.ndeita.com/

Jonathan
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