NHFA Course Enrolment

Enrolment – Step 1 of 4

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Combined SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness & SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness
SIS30315 Certificate III
in Fitness
SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness
(SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness is a prerequisite for this course)

Enrolment – Step 2 of 4

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Participant Handbook


Congratulations and welcome to National Health and Fitness Academy. We’re excited to kickstart your career into the fitness industry and help you gain your Fitness Qualifications.

There are so many awesome new opportunities in our amazing industry and there’s literally never been a better time to start. Our industry experienced Course Coaches are fully committed to providing you with the highest level of training and education to expand your knowledge and skills, including personal, practical and business skills. All the things that are required for you to become super successful in the fitness industry.

The participant handbook provides you with the necessary information you as a learner will need to know to make the most out of your learning experience.

Having read the Participant Handbook is a condition of your enrolment. You will also be emailed a copy of the handbook during your enrolment process.

Please read the following information and if you have any questions or concerns in regard to NHFA’s policies arising from this handbook, please don’t hesitate to contact us, either prior to your enrolment or once you have commenced your studies.

You can contact a member of our team at info@nationalhfa.com.au or on 1300 16 1013

On behalf of the whole NHFA Team we which you every success in your studies and look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.


RTO Code 31894


National Health and Fitness Academy is a well-established Registered Training Organisation that is dedicated to providing a high standard of training to meet the personal and career objectives of participants. Our Trainers are industry experienced professionals committed to remaining up to date with industry skills and knowledge to provide flexible and workplace relevant training.

Our commitment

To ensure that we provide training and assessment services that meet the needs of clients and industry, we employ sufficient suitably qualified and experienced Trainers, secure suitable facilities, ensure sufficient opportunities for learning in appropriate environments, with suitable resource and assessment that is fair and flexible.

Prior to commencement—should National Health and Fitness Academycancel training before it commences, Participants will be offered alternate dates (if the training is being rescheduled). If the training is not rescheduled or the dates offered do not suit the Participants all fees paid by Participants will be refunded in full within 14 days of the training being cancelled.

For training that has commenced—In the unlikely event that National Health and Fitness Academy is unable to deliver the training the Participant will be offered the option to enrol with another RTO and National Health and Fitness Academy will assist in both finding a suitable RTO and in the transition to the new RTO.

Our service commitment:

  • Your questions are important to us. Please be aware that our Trainers are working with other
    Participants as well as yourself. We are committed to returning your calls and emails but we ask that
    you allow us five (5) working days to respond.
  • Assessment feedback will be given within 14 working days of our receiving the assessment in the office
    (not from the day it is posted).
  • Statements of Attainment/Qualifications are issued within 30 calendar days of your completion.
  • Please advise us as soon as possible if you would like to withdraw or cancel your enrolment for any
    reason. This enables us to issue your Statement of Attainment for units completed.

Unique Student Identifier

A USI is required at the time of enrolment. As this is a national requirement, in order to enrol in a course in recognised training (Vocational Education and Training) a student is required to obtain a USI. We are unable accept enrolments without this number or notification of an exemption.

The purpose of the USI is to enable the collection and storage of your records of participation in vocational education and training on a central database. Allowing you easy access to your records.

In the event that you are unable or unwilling to get a USI please visit the following website for further information on what to do to be able to participate in training.
For more information and to apply for you USI or an exemption go to: apply for you USI go to: http://usi.gov.au/Training-Organisations/Pages/how-students-create-usis.aspx

Access and Equity Policy:

Based on the Access and Equity Policy for the Vocational Education and Training System National Health and
Fitness Academy will deliver training that is:

  • Equitable for all people through the fair allocation of resources and involvement in Vocational
    Education and Training
  • Providing equal opportunity for all Participants
  • Providing access for all to appropriate quality Vocational Education and Training programs and services
  • Providing support services which enhance achievement of positive outcomes

Expectations of Participants:

  • To avoid any confusion in the future, the following expectations of behaviour are provided. Compliance with these expectations is required by all Participants. Failure to do so may result in cancellation of your enrolment.
  • Abide by Copyright and Plagiarism laws and legislation.
  • Comply with workplace health and safety regulations at all times.
  • Comply with anti-discrimination legislation at all times. This includes but is not limited to equal opportunity, racial vilification and disability discrimination.
  • Comply with workplace harassment, victimisation and bullying regulations at all times.
  • Ensure that behaviour is of a level acceptable to the workplace at all times.
  • Complete training and assessment activities within agreed timeframes.
  •  Communicate any difficulties with completion of activities or assessment with your Trainer.
  • Inform your Trainer in advance of any intended absences.
  • Inform your Trainer immediately should you be unable to attend due to illness or other reasons.
  • Inform your Trainer if you have a medical condition that may affect your participation or affect those with whom you may be training.
  • To fully benefit from your course, a 100% commitment is required to attend all training on the timetable and scheduled times
  • You must attend all 100% of the training according to the timetabled dates and scheduled times.
  • Notify the trainer of any absences as soon as is practical.
  • Follow the instructions of the Trainer/Assessor at all times.
  • Treat Course Coaches and fellow students with respect.
  • Will complete the course within the allocated time frame with honesty and integrity
  • Will follow and abide by the requirements within the Student Participant Handbook

Participant Support:

National Health and Fitness Academy is dedicated to providing a high standard of service to Participants. Participants can contact their Trainer by phone or email office hours. We endeavour to respond to Participants as quickly as possible, but Participants are reminded that our Trainers do have other Participants and classes to attend to. We will provide feedback on Assessments within 14 working days.

Should Participants require further support National Health and Fitness Academy can assist in identifying the appropriate support service as well as organising access to such services. Services referred to may include but
are not limited to language, literacy and numeracy, counselling, etc. It should be noted that such services may attract an additional fee to be paid to the service provider. Such fees are the responsibility of the Participant.

Fees and Charges:

Refund Policy

Non-refundable deposit- Any deposit made to the National Health and fitness academy to enrol or to hold a position in any course is non-refundable or transferable.
Refund Policy- All withdrawals must be in writing and emailed to info@nationalhfa.com.au. A full refund will be given to a student who withdraws their enrolment within 7 days of the time that the National Health and Fitness Academy enrolment form is completed. After this ‘cooling-off’ period, students will be liable for a $1200 cancelation fee if withdrawing prior to the commencement of the course. Student withdrawal on or after the commencement date of the course will be liable for the full course fees as per their enrolment form with the National Health and Fitness Academy. In the circumstances where a student has entered into a student payment plan, completion of all payments entered into under the plan will remain the obligation of the student or account holder on the enrolment form. If these payments are not paid it may result in the account taken to debt collection and legal action may be taken.

NHFA reserves the right to vary fees without notice prior to enrolment. All fees owing must be paid in full before the qualification or statement of attainment will be issued.

Payment Plan Option

Students who have selected the Payment Plan option agree to continuously pay the agreed weekly/fortnightly amount until the total debt is paid in full. The Payment Plan option occurs small additional fees associated with the direct debit company (Debit Success). These additional fees may vary depending on the length of your direct debit contract. These fees will apply regardless of whether you pay your contact out early or the time period within your contract.

You may increase your direct debit payments anytime, however you may not reduce to below the minimum weekly/fortnightly amount within your payment plan contract. Lump sum payments can be made at any time in addition to your weekly/fortnightly payments. Students can contact Debit Success directly when changes need to be made. Dishonour fees will apply to late payments. All participants are given two (2) resubmissions to be reassessed without further payment required. On the occasion where participants are unable to demonstrate competency after two (2) re-assessment attempts they should speak to their trainer about further opportunities to complete the qualification. Any further
submissions will incur a charge of $350 per attempt.

Full payment of fees is required prior to issuance of the Statement of Attainment or Certificate/s.

Participants who successfully complete the requirements prior to the planned finished date can receive their Statement of Attainment/Certificate on completion, as long as all course fees are paid in full. If fees have not been fully paid Statement of Attainment /Certificate may not be issued until all outstanding fees have been fully paid.

Course Transfer Policy

In extenuating circumstances the National Health and Fitness Academy management team may approve for a course transfer. If an application is approved, an administration fee may apply. Any funds paid by a student under the plan (including deposits and all other fees paid) are not transferable to any other person or entity including deceased or bankrupt estates.

Cancellation Policy

In extenuating circumstances, students many apply for a Cancellation in writing to dave@nationahfa.com.au. Approvals are at the sole discretion of the National Health and Fitness Academy Director.

  1. Course work progression – participants are required to notify National Health and Fitness Academy as soon as it is practical of any event or any difficulties impacting the progress of their training and completion of their unit of competence, and if necessary, apply for an extension.
  2. Participants who withdraw or fail to continue their studies will be responsible for the full fee cost. If you need to defer form the course and want to return at a later date you must speak to the Course Coordinator and arrangement deferment. Students who fail to attend without deferring will need to re enrol and pay full course fees should they wish to commence in a future course.

Competency Based Training and Assessment:

Participants enrolled in training which will lead to either a Statement of Attainment or Certificate are required to complete Assessments to demonstrate competency. Competency based assessment is the process of gathering evidence to confirm that Participants can perform required skills and knowledge.

Assessments undertaken may include:

  • Written/oral Assessments
  • Practical demonstrations
  • Completion of case studies and similar activities
  • Development of a portfolio
  • Work samples
  • Third party reports

Participants will be given feedback on all Assessment Activities. Competency based assessment does not use a marking scale rather the Participant is deemed “competent” or “not yet competent”.

Please make sure that you attach an Assessment Coversheet to all Assessments. These are provided by National Health and Fitness Academy and must be signed by you. Please always include the question/task you are addressing.

Credit Transfer:

You may be eligible for a Credit Transfer if you have previously undertaken training through a Registered Training Organisation. Credit Transfer may be granted for one or more units or a full Certificate level. Three (3) major factors need to be considered:

  1. How current the Qualification/Statement of Attainment is
  2. Mapping to the current training and
  3. If the training was undertaken with a Registered Training Organisation.

If you think you may be eligible for a Credit Transfer you will need to provide the following:

  • The original Statement of Attainment and/or Certificate for your Trainer to sight
  • A copy of the Statement of Attainment and/or Certificate
  • Or a certified copy of your signed Statement of Attainment and/or Certificate by a Justice of the Peace (JP)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):

RPL is the process of formal recognition for skills and knowledge gained through previous learning such as:

  • Life experiences
  • Previous formal learning
  • Employment
  • Recreational or personal interests

You may be eligible for RPL for part or all of your intended study, based on your previous experiences and learning. For more information regarding RPL and how to apply, please discuss this with your Trainer.

Access to Participant Records:

Participants may wish to access their records to check on work completed, progress or for other reasons. Please contact a member of our team at info@nationalhfa.com.au to organise a time to view your training records. Other parties will not be permitted to access Participant files without written consent from the Participant.

Release of Contact Details and Information:

To ensure that Registered Training Organisations meet the national standards and offer quality training to Participants, ASQA conducts regular audits. The audit process involves a review of a training organisation’s Policies, Procedures, Record keeping and practices. On occasions ASQA may contact past and present training Participants to conduct an interview to confirm that the organisation is complying with its obligations and providing a service which meets the needs of Participants and industry.

Upon request National Health and Fitness Academy is required to supply the following information to ASQA:

  • Contact details including address, telephone numbers and email address

For audit purposes and in the event of a complaint or appeal, ASQA may request to view Participant files. The purpose of this is to ensure compliance with regulations and standards.

Change of Personal Details:

Should you change any of your personal details please advise via email at info@nationalhfa.com.au Such details include, address, surname, contact telephone number etc.

Complaints and Appeals

National Health and Fitness Academy is dedicated to providing a high standard of service. Should a participant have a complaint or wish to appeal an assessment result, they are encouraged to do so by using the following processes:


Complaints are the expression of the dissatisfaction with the quality or any aspect of the business operations and service, including nuisances, discrimination or similar against another person, inclusive of Participants, Staff and Contractors.

The following are examples of issues for which Participants may lodge a complaint:

  •  enrolment
  • training delivery
  • training and/or assessment, including Recognition of Prior Learning
  • any other activities associated with the delivery of training and assessment services
  • issues such as discrimination, sexual harassment, participant amenities, etc.

First instance: Participants are encouraged to speak immediately with their Trainer. If the Participant is not comfortable addressing the issue with the Trainer they are encouraged to follow the second step of the complaints process.

Second instance: If the issue is not resolved the Participant is encouraged to either speak to or contact in writing the Director.

Third instance: If the matter is still not resolved an independent third party will be requested to assist with resolution. Third parties may include relevant training

Outcomes of complaints will be provided to the Participant in writing within fifteen (15) working days of the decision. If at any time responding to the complaint is going to take more than 60 days the complainant will be advised in writing and informed as to when they can expect a response.

In the event that a complaint has been lodged an Incident/Complaint Form must be completed and forwarded to the Director immediately, even if the situation has been resolved to the satisfaction of all parties. Fourth instance: If the Participant is not satisfied with the outcome of this procedure they should be advised of their right to contact the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) by completing the complaints form at;


Appeals are the expression of the dissatisfaction of an assessment result. This would occur when a Participant has been deemed not yet competent and does not agree with this decision.

There are various grounds for lodging an assessment appeal. These include, but are not limited to:

  • not being fully informed of the assessment process
  • Participant’s needs not taken into consideration
  • the assessment process is different to that outlined by the Trainer/Assessor
  • assessment process not based on Training Package/Unit of Competence requirements
  • an inappropriate method used to assess the Training Package/Unit of Competence
  • alleged bias of the Trainer/Assessor
  • alleged incompetence of the Trainer/Assessor
  • faulty or inappropriate equipment or facilities

Step 1
The Participant appealing an assessment outcome and/or the assessment process discusses their issue with the Trainer/Assessor involved. (This step must commence within ten (10) working days of the assessment outcome being advised).

Step 2
If still not satisfied, the Participant must complete the Assessment Appeals Form – Part A and forward to the Director. (This should occur within five (5) working days of Step 1)

Step 3
The assessment is to be reviewed by a different Assessor and the results of the review summarised on the Assessment Appeals Form. The Participant is to be advised of the appeals outcome within ten (10) working days. (This should occur within ten 10 working days of Step 2)

Step 4
If still not satisfied with the outcome of the appeal the Participant’s appeal is to be reviewed by the Director. The Director will send an acknowledgement letter to the Participant, record the receipt of the Assessment Appeals Form, then review. The Director if necessary will convene a review panel to thoroughly examine the appeal. (The Participant is to be advised of the outcome within ten (10) working days). If at any time responding to the appeal is going to take more than 60 days the appellant will be advised in writing and informed as to when they can expect a response.

Step 5
If the Participant is not satisfied with the outcome of this procedure they should be advised of their right to contact the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) by completing the complaints form at; http://www.asqa.gov.au/complaints/making-a-complaint.html


All Participants will receive their Assessment feedback and result 14 working days of submission. On completion of a Qualification or Unit of Competence, National Health and Fitness Academy will issue Statements of Attainment/ Certificates within thirty (30) calendar days.

Please note: If you require a Statement of Attainment to be issued during your enrolment, you will need to notify the National Health and Fitness Academy office. You will then receive a Tax Invoice for $95. This must be paid prior to receiving your Statement of Attainment and can be paid via Direct Debit, Credit Card or cheque.

What if I need my Certificate or Statement of Attainment to be re-issued?

In the event of a lost or damaged Certificate or Statement of Attainment, please complete the Change of Enrolment Information Form to request re-issuance of a Certificate or Statement of Attainment and return with payment of $95 (including GST).


Your feedback is particularly important to our commitment to ongoing improvement. Throughout your training you will be asked to provide your thoughts and comments on the training received. National Health and Fitness Academy encourages all Participants to make contact should they wish to provide feedback or comments on any aspect of the service they have received.

Relevant legislation – to be complied with:

Work Health and Safety Act 2011
The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 provides a framework for managing health and safety risks in Australian workplaces. The objective of the Act is to prevent fatalities, injuries and illness caused by a workplace, by workplace activities or by a specified high risk plant – this is achieved by preventing or minimising exposure to risk. All organisations must comply with this Act, regardless of the types of services and/or products they provide or sell.

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Industrial Relations Act 1988

The principal objective of the Industrial Relations Act 1988 is the provision of a framework for industrial relations that supports economic prosperity and social justice.

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Privacy Act 1988
The Privacy Act 1988 makes provisions to protect the privacy of individuals, and for related purposes. It should be noted, however, that the Federal Privacy Act does not regulate state or territory agencies (except for the ACT).
For information on privacy regulations in other states and territories, visit the http://www.privacy.gov.au.

Copyright Act 1968
The Copyright Act 1968 is an Act relating to Copyright and the protection of certain performances, and for other purposes. For more information regarding the Copyright Act 1968, go to

National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011

This Act was introduced in 2011 to establish a consistent registration and accreditation framework for Vocational Education and Training, by applying nationally agreed standards.

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Equal Opportunity

  • New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act 1977
  •  Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991
  • South Australia Equal Opportunity Act 1984
  • Victoria Equal Opportunity Act 2010
  •  Western Australia Equal Opportunity Act 1984

The objectives of Equal Opportunity legislation are to encourage the identification and elimination of discrimination, sexual harassment and victimisation and their causes, and to promote and facilitate the progressive realisation of equality.

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Australian Consumer Law (ACL) 2011
Australian Consumer Law (ACL) 2011 aims to provide an equitable, competitive, informed and safe market place. It makes provisions in respect to certain unfair or undesirable trade practices, and aims at regulating the supply of goods and services.

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Competition and Consumer Act (CCA) 2010
The object of the Competition and Consumer Act (CCA) 2010 is to enhance the welfare of Australians through the promotion of competition and fair trading, and through a provision for consumer protection.

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Children, Youth and Families Legislation

  • New South Wales Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998
  •  Queensland Child Protection Act 1999
  • South Australia Children’s Protection Act 1993
  • Victoria Children, Youth and Families Act 2005
  • Western Australia Children and Community Services Act 2004

The objectives of the Children, Youth and Families
legislations is:

  •  to provide for community services to support children and families
  • to provide for the protection of children
  • to make provision in relation to children who have been charged with, or who have been found guilty of, offences

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Student Expectations

The National Healthand Fitness Academy
Certificate III & IV Program

Our Goal here at the National Health and Fitness Academy is to produce trainers of the highest standard. We hold ourselves to the highest standards and go above and beyond to produce what we believe are the most outstanding trainers in the industry. To help our students get to that standard we have worked extremely hard on putting the most specific structured course possible. We can educate you to give you all the knowledge skills and tools to become super successful but at the end of the day it's really up to you. We want everyone in our course to be motivated, enthusiastic and driven and to have an "I'll do what ever it takes attitude." You are enrolling in two nationally recognised qualifications, this means that there's plenty ahead of you in both theory and practical.

We've found that some of the most physically talented students don't always make the best trainers. It's more often than not, the one's that have the best attitudes and that are most dedicated to becoming a "Master of their trade." This list is for all our students to understand what is expected within our program. You'll also know that everyone else in the class has seen this and will also be held to the highest standard so that we all support and inspire each other along the way. These are our non-­‐negotiable standards, which we ask you to commit and comply with, to be accepted into our specialised Certificate III & IV in fitness personal training program.

Energy and Positive Attitude: This is the number one requirement for you to work in the fitness industry. We offer a positive environment and you will find it tough to be successful in personal training if you do not possess a positive attitude and Energy. No one likes any one that is negative or takes more than they give. I simply do not recommend negative people to any potential employers. We understand that you may be coming in after working a full day and your energy levels may be low, however we ask you to find that extra energy for each class as you will need to when training clients late in the day.

Full Attendance: You are expected to attend and participate in every session unless organised at enrollment. This is a 100% face-­‐to-­‐face course and you're required to attend every session of the program.

Punctuality: You must arrive 5-­‐10 minutes early for all of your sessions so you are ready to start on time. Your punctuality is a non-­‐negotiable standard as a Fitness Professional.

Presentation: Dress and present yourself as a fitness professional. From day one, session one, you must be presented professionally as a fitness professional would. You will receive your NHFA polo, which is to be worn to every theory session and either a singlet or training shirt for our practical sessions. Employers need to know that you can consistently wear a uniform.

People Skills: Treat your classmates with respect. As PT's , your people skills & your genuine interest in other people is essential. The most successful personal trainers are those that have the ability to make other people feel special, important & leave better for seeing you!

Be Respectful: We respect each other here & have an environment where everyone feels as though they can learn & grow and to feel comfortable to ask questions and be themselves.

Have a desire to learn everyday: Have an open mind and be open to new concepts and ideas. Be open minded for new information, strategies techniques and ways training.

Mission Booklet: Each week we have prepared a number of what we like to call "missions" to compete each week of the course. We believe that these missions, tasks, or challenges are vital in helping you become an outstanding trainer.

Assignments: We have three different assignments, and because this is a nationally recognised course with two qualifications attached, the assignments are long and it takes time and dedication. You will have the opportunity to complete these at your own pace but please understand that we cannot issue qualifications until these assignments are 100% complete and you have been deemed competent.

Mobile Phones and Laptops: We do not have phones and laptops in class. You can take as many notes as you like however we do not use either of these in class.

Your Investment in your Program and / or your Student Loan: Once you have been accepted into the Program, because you have the right attitude and a serious commitment to your fitness course, we will do whatever it takes to get you into the program, whether your budget is big or small.

If you need a student loan, we will tailor a plan to suit your budget, taking into account the amount and time frame you need. This means you now have integrity, values and a financial commitment to complete your student loan, in full and on time. If at anytime throughout the program your loan falls behind you may be asked to leave the program until you have caught up. To be fully qualified as a personal trainer, your student loan must be up-­‐to-­‐date and paid in full before we can release the certificates.

I understand that Dave and the National Health and Fitness Academy are fully committed to helping me become successful, and I am committed to my program and I want to become as successful as possible in my Personal Training career!! I have read and understand all of the Non-­‐Negotiable Standards.

I understand that I will be asked to leave the class and/or the Program if I lower these standards in any way.

I, certify that I have read and understood the contents of the NHFA Participant Handbook.

I verify that NHFA staff have discussed the grievance procedures as well as other processes and answered any questions to my satisfaction.

I agree to abide by the principles and procedures of NHFA.

I give permission for the training representative whose signature appears below to discuss my training program, development and evidence with appropriate personnel involved in the assessing.

I have read and understand the Student Expectations document.

Participant’s Signature - please sign your name here by using your mouse or mobile device touch screen:
(Please ensure your signature matches your identification, which will be uploaded in the next step)

Enrolment – Step 3 of 4

NHFA Enrolment Form

Personal Details

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Street Address (Address will be suggested while you're typing)
  • State
  • Postcode
  • Mobile
  • Date of Birth
  • Email Address
  • Enter your 10 character Unique Student Identification Number (USI) If you are unsure of your usi https://www.usi.gov.au/faqs/find-your-usi
  • Workplace
  • Gender
  • Country of Birth
  • City / Town of Birth
  • Are you An Australian Citizen
  • Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin
  • Do you speak a language other than English at home? If more than one
  • If Yes, please specify (Optional)
  • How well do you speak English
  • Shirt Size
  • Emergency Contact Details

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Mobile
  • Relationship
  • Workplace
  • Course Details

  • Of the following categories, which BEST describes your main reason for undertaking this course?
  • What are you most looking forward to learning while attending the course?
  • What are your career ambitions and outcomes once completing the course?
  • Statistical Details

  • How did you first hear about NHFA?
  • If you answered 'Referral' or 'Other' please specify:
  • What is your highest COMPLETED School level?
  • In which year did you complete your last year of highschool?
  • Are you still enrolled into Secondary Education?
  • Have you SUCCESSFULLY completed any of the qualifications below? Please check those that are applicable.

  • Employment - of the following categories, which BEST describes your current employment status?
  • If you have a disability, impairment or long-term condition, please select those that apply.
  • If not listed, please enter condition (optional)
  • Screening

    This screening tool does not provide advice on a particular matter, nor does it substitute for advice from an appropriately qualified medical professional. No warranty of safety should result from its use. The screening system in no way guarantees against injury or death. No responsibility or liability whatsoever can be accepted by the National Health and Fitness Academy for any loss, damage or injury that may arise from any person acting on any statement or information contained in this tool. AIM: to identify those individuals with a known disease, or signs or symptoms of disease, who may be at a higher risk of an adverse event during physical activity/exercise. This stage is self-administered and self-evaluated.

  • Has your doctor ever told you that you have a heart condition, or have you ever suffered any cardiovascular or Cardiopulmonary challenges including Heart conditions or High/Low blood pressure?
  • Do you ever experience unexplained pains in your chest at rest or during physical activity/exercise?
  • Do you ever feel faint or have spells of dizziness during physical activity/exercise that causes you to lose balance?
  • Have you had an asthma attack requiring immediate medical attention at any time over the last 12 months?
  • If you have diabetes (type I or type II) have you had trouble controlling your blood glucose in the last 3 months?
  • Do you have any diagnosed muscle, bone or joint problems that you have been told could be made worse by participating in physical activity/exercise?
  • Do you have any other medical condition(s) that may make it dangerous for you to participate in physical activity/exercise?
  • Are you pregnant or have you given birth within the last 12 months?
  • Do you experience chest discomfort or unreasonable breathlessness with physical activity?
  • Do you Experience dizziness, fainting or blackouts?
  • Do you smoke cigarettes on a daily or weekly basis or have you quit smoking in the last 6 months?
  • Do you Take prescription medications, pills, tablets or prescription supplements?
  • Have you been told that you have high cholesterol?
  • Have you spent time in hospital (including day admission) for any medical condition/illness/injury during the last 12 months?
  • Do you have any notable posture abnormalities?
  • Do you have any physical or mental conditions that may limit your activity or cause you harm when participating in an exercise program or that may be notable in any way?
  • Please upload Proof of ID (Drivers Licence, Passport or Student ID). 5mb size limit. Acceptable file types: Gif, PNG, JPG, JPEG, PDF.
  • Agreement

    Agreement for Participating in the National Health and Fitness Academy Certificate III and IV Personal Training Program. I acknowledge that it is a condition of participating in this activity that I do so at my own risk. I accept all risks and hereby indemnify and release the trainer, their agents, affiliates, employees, members, sponsors, promoters and any person or body directly and indirectly associated with the Trainer, against all liability (including liability for their negligence and the negligence of others) claims, demands, and proceeding arising out of or connected with my participation in this Activity. This release and indemnity continues forever and binds my heirs, successors, executors, personal representatives and assigns. I acknowledge that participating in this activity may involve a risk of serious injury or even death from various causes including over exertion, dehydration, equipment failure and accidents with equipment and surroundings. I recognize the difficulties associated with the Activity and attest I am physically fit to participate safely in the Activity and that a qualified medical practitioner has not advised me otherwise. I understand the demanding physical nature of this Activity. I am not aware of any medical condition, injury or impairment that will be detrimental to my health if I participate in this Activity. In the event that I become aware of any medical condition, injury or impairment that may be detrimental to my health if I participate in this activity my Trainer will be immediately informed. By continuing to participate in this activity, I accept the risks despite these conditions and am still, and will always be under the terms of this agreement. I certify that I am 18 years or older and have read this document and fully understand it. As a parent or guardian of the participant (a) I agree to the above for myself and on behalf of the participant and (b) I indemnify and will keep indemnified any person or body directly or indirectly associated with the conduct of the activity on the terms referred to.

  • Declaration

  • I declare that I give permission for National Health and Fitness Academy to disclose my contact details to Australian Skills Quality Authority if requested for quality assurance purposes.
  • Applicant Signature:
  • Gaurdian Details

    This section is only for participants under the age of 18 years old.

  • Gardian Name
  • Relationship to Student
  • Contact Number
  • Gaurdian Signature:
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