Become a Pilates professional, working with individuals or groups – an Allied Health Professional who is equipped with the required skills, knowledge and experience to successfully work as a Pilates movement educator. Both the 52855WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology and the 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology courses will provide you with client assessment skills, exercise prescription and teaching techniques, as well as a solid understanding of anatomy, physiology and associated pathologies.
Which course is right for you?
Both courses equip you with the knowledge and skills to make informed assessments and design outstanding improvement strategies for low to moderate risk clients.
The 52728WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology is suited to students wanting to pursue a part-time or full time career as a Pilates Matwork Instructor, either within an existing Pilates Studio to work as part of an Allied Health team. The 52855WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology is the entry requirement for the 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology, which extends your experience and capability to work effectively with equipment and clients within a rehabilitation or fitness setting.
Graduates will have sophisticated skills in Pilates repertoire, teaching and assessment, problem solving and be able to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable situations. The Certificate IV course is a comprehensive course equipping the graduate with a solid understanding of Matwork and the Diploma course provides a solid understanding of small apparatus and equipment Pilates.
As a graduate of Tensegrity Training Pilates courses, you will enter the Pilates industry with exceptional skills to work in the fitness, health or community sectors. You will become a practitioner with a contemporary approach to the holistic delivery of Pilates drawn from a sound knowledge of the science of human movement, teaching methodology and didactics.
The Diploma Course
The Tensegrity Training 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology allows you to specialise in your area of interest and become an expert Pilates practitioner with a holistic approach to health and wellbeing.
This program equips graduates with the skills required to develop into an exceptional Pilates Professional!
The Tensegrity Training 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology includes a series of workshops and access to online essential knowledge to learn in detail the Pilates repertoire as well as modifications, progressions, teaching skills, cueing, program development and safety.
Our Diploma course will equip you with the skills and experience to successfully enter the workforce as a Pilates Instructor who is capable of making adaptions to meet special needs that arise in the health industry, including pregnancy, rehabilitation and movement therapy.
The 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology will provide you with exercise prescription and teaching techniques, movement analysis and postural assessment skills, as well as a solid understanding of anatomy and the human body. Our Pilates training will provide you with the ultimate base for a career in this exciting industry.
The Pilates industry has seen a solid growth in demand for quite some time and graduates of the Tensegrity Training Diploma can enter the Pilates industry as an individual practitioner or as a member of an allied health practice.
Graduates of the 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology are eligible for membership with the peak industry bodies for Pilates in Australia. Graduates may gain membership with the Pilates Alliance Australasia (PAA) and are also eligible for level 2 membership of the Australian Pilates Method Association Inc. (APMA).
This qualification is also recognised by ESSA and attracts 15 CPD points.
The Certificate IV Course
The 52855WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology covers the essential skills and knowledge for executing and instructing Pilates exercises and programs in a safe, effective and contemporary manner applying sound knowledge of the philosophical and mechanical Pilates principles, fundamental anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, Neuromuscular fundamentals Structural Kinesiology, as well as specific teaching methodology.
On completion of the Certificate IV you will be able to demonstrate a range of well-developed skills applicable in health and fitness settings.
Work at this level may be undertaken independently or under guidance and/or supervision.