Stability Ball Trainer Cert./CEU Workshop
ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer CertificationCost: $159.00 + FREE shipping on materials (*Please Note: A Stability Ball is necessary for this course.)
Since its inception in the 1960s, the stability ball has quickly become one of the most dynamic and versatile pieces of equipment available today. Stability balls are used almost every where you look from health and fitness centers, yoga, plilates and group fitness studios to PT, OT, Chiro, and LMT offices. There seems to be no end in sight to the disciplines that have benefited clients through the proper usage of this amazingly simple piece of equipment.
During the ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification one day workshop, you will learn the wide array of benefits that stability ball training can offer to your clients/patients including core strength, posture, balance, body awareness, flexibility and even cardiovascular fitness. The ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification is the most comprehensive workshop available to-date. Topics include everything from ball sizing, inflating and neutral alignment on the ball to training for dozens of exercises that you can then take and apply to your clients/patients fitness or rehab programing.
This class is open to both fitness, health/wellness and medical professionals.
The ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification combines educational lectures with a large emphasis on practical application, demonstration and students hands-on participation. The workshop is comprehensive and provides a forum to learn and review the core competencies included in the ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification text and the ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification Exam. Please Note: Medical Professional do not have to complete and or PASS the exam in order to obtain CE credits for license renewal.Once we receive your registration, your study materials will be shipped. Space is limited and the sooner you register, the more study time you will have prior to the class.
An ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification can help Personal Trainers, Group Fitness, Yoga, and Pilates instructors to OT/COTAs, PT/PTAs, ATCs, DCs/CAs and LMTs expand their career through:
- Increased marketability with a fast-growing interest associated with this unique and versatile tool.
- Expanding your knowledge as a fitness/medical professional.
- Gaining the skills necessary to incorporate the stability ball into group and/or individual rehab/fitness settings.
- Learning new ways of utilizing the stability ball for both rehab and fitness patients/clients.
- Increased confidence with the prescription of stability ball exercises.
- Adding new ways of generating revenue by incorporating the stability ball into specialized group classes or boot-camps.
- Igniting new ways to engage your patients/clients.
- Giving you the edge on the competition with tools that can diversify you from others in your field.
ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification core concepts include:
- Stability Ball Basics
- Sizing, Care, & Storage
- Flexibility Exercises
- Cardiovascular Exercises
- Abdominal/Core Exercises
- Upper Body Strengthening
- Lower Body Strengthening
- Protocols of Rehab/Fitness Considerations
- Principles of introducing the stability ball into the treatment/fitness program
- Written and Practical Exams (Please Note: Medical Professional do not have to complete and or PASS the exam in order to obtain CE credits for license renewal.)
Certificate awarded upon successful completion of all requirements.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR STIBILITY BALL TRAINER CERTIFICATION?
ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification:
Please Note: Medical Professional do not have to complete and or PASS the exam in order to obtain CE credits for license renewal.
Investment is $159, which includes your course materials, 1-DAY LIVE workshop, written and practical exam fees. The ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification examination has two components: a written examination consisting of 25 multiple-choice questions and a practical examination consisting of 6 PASS or FAIL objectives. Each component is designed to test the knowledge and skills of the candidate and their ability to enter the industry as an ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certificate holder. Both the written and practical examinations will be scored at the ISFTA Headquarters. The successful candidate must correctly answer 80% of the questions on the written examination. The practical examination is evaluated on your ability to accurately demonstrate all of the 6 ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certification objectives.
ISFTA CEU Approvals: CPT-4 ISFTA CEU’s/GXI-4 ISFTA CEU’s
Medical Professionals: Click Here For State Specific Course Approvals & CE Credit Values.
When should I expect my results?
Within 12-14 business days from the submission of your examinations you will receive your results. Both the written and practical examination results are reported as PASS or FAIL. In order to obtain your certification, you MUST obtain a passing score on both the written and practical examinations. Telephone inquiries regarding your results are not permitted.
Retest Policies & Procedures:
In the event that you do not pass either the written or the practical examination, you do have options. You may retake the exam at ANY regularly scheduled ISFTA Stability Ball Trainer Certificationin your area. If you choose this option you have the choice to attend the whole seminar again or to just sit for the examination. Either way, you must call ISFTA Headquarters at least 48 hours prior to the workshop to let us know you will be taking the exam and to pay your retest fee. The ISFTA retest fee is $99
NOTE: YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL COURSEWORK AND TESTING WITHIN 3 MONTHS. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL REQUIRE YOU TO SUBMIT A NEW REGISTRATION!!!