Frequently Asked Questions
Is your training nationally accredited?
Yes, Both the 52728WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology and the 10596 NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology have national accreditation and are listed on the training.gov.au website as nationally recognised training.
Are your Short Courses accredited?
With our short courses you have the choice of undertaking optional assessment tasks to gain nationally accredited Units of Competency from either the 52728WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology, the 10596NATDiploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology. Additionally, many of our Short Courses are recognised by a range of professional associations as continuing education/professional development.
Are Tensegrity Training’s Certificate IV and Diploma Courses recognised by the Pilates industry?
Yes, both of the peak Pilates industry bodies recognise the quality of training provided through Tensegrity Training. We are an Education body with the Pilates Alliance Australasia (PAA), which means our courses meet the rigorous quality criteria of the PAA and our graduates can gain membership of the PAA. The Australian Pilates Method Association (APMA) also acknowledges graduates of Tensegrity Training and accepts them for membership of the APMA.
The Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology is recognised by Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) as a suitable qualification that attracts 15 continuing education points for their members who undertake the qualification.
What professional associations can I join once I have completed the 52728WACertificate IV Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology and /or the 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology?
You can join:
- International Institute of Complementary Therapies
- Pilates Alliance Australasia
- Australian Pilates Method Association
Who is the Advanced Clinical Training in Somatic Movement Therapy course suitable for?
This course is designed for Allied Health professionals choosing to integrate Somatic Movement Therapy within their existing practices. These professionals include: psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, creative arts therapists, exercise physiologists, physiotherapists, Pilates practitioners, remedial massage therapists, psychiatric and cancer care nurses.
What are the entry requirements for the Advanced Clinical Training in Somatic Movement Therapy course?
To undertake the Advanced Clinical Practice in Somatic Movement Therapy course you must hold at least a Diploma level Allied Health qualification and have two years experience in your chosen field.
Why should I study with Tensegrity Training?
At Tensegrity Training, you will learn from the industry’s most experienced and highly qualified facilitators, skilled in the delivery of the Tensegrity System of Movement Analysis™ and the Tensegrity System of Pilates Instruction™, both easy to learn systematic approaches to Pilates Instruction.
We pride ourselves on offering our training to small cohorts of students at a diverse range of regional and urban centres. We give our students 100% of our attention during the face to face training and access to the trainers via phone an email throughout the duration of the course. You will be made welcome and learn in a professional working studio environment with excellent access to your trainer and fellow students while you study with Tensegrity.
Tensegrity Training is recognised as a leader and innovator in the delivery of Pilates and Somatic Movement Therapy training in Australia and overseas.