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  1. 1. Training Course Design Steve Nash Fitness World & Sports Club
  2. 2. 1 Colleen Purcell – HR Director Chris Colley – Club Manager Jason Hamdan – Training Manager Nina Kulkarni – Training Facilitator 2 3 4 Presented By:
  3. 3. Table of Contents: • Company Overview • Purpose of Training (Needs Analysis) • Training Evaluation & Evaluation Criteria • Program Outline • Training Design • Training Delivery • Lecture and Demo (Grapevine Dynamics) • Transfer of Training • Certificates
  4. 4. Acquired Fitness World Largest Fitness Club in BC 2007 2009 Today Company Overview Opened first location
  5. 5. Superior Quality Service Premium Services Specialty Classes Highly trained & educated Staff Add text 1 Add text 2 Add text 3 Add text 1 Add text 2 Add text 3 Organizational Strategy
  6. 6. Important Concern 1 2 3 4 Needs Analysis Performance Gap Training Program Needs Analysis
  7. 7. Learning Behaviour Results Why is it important? •Determine Needs •Improve Training •Achieve Results Training Evaluation Reaction
  8. 8. Training Objectives Contribute to Org Gross Income by 15% Retain qualified group fitness instructors by 15% Improve member retention by 15% Increase Class Participation by 20%
  9. 9. 1 Standardized classes for higher participation Provide instructors with better skills Encourage follow up, feedback & boost attendance 2 3 4 Training Design Objectives
  10. 10. Grapevine- Dynamics Communication Today’s Focus Different Topics Theory & Practical Quizzes Included Structured Schedule Friday- Sunday 2 Weekends 8 hours a day 6 day program 6 Days TrainingDesign
  11. 11. Training Delivery  Training the Trainer  Off the Job & Computer Based Training  Variety of Methods
  12. 12. 1 Active Practice 2 Conditions of Practice 3 Active Learning & Emotional Control 4 Error Management Training Model of Training Effectiveness
  13. 13. 1 Group Fitness & Cardio Energy Systems 5 Components of Aerobic Exercise 7 Elements of Communication Protocol 2 3 4 Lesson Plan Grapevine Dynamics
  14. 14. Develop a sense of responsibility toward maximizing the club’s revenue through member satisfaction and member referrals Improve group fitness leader’s communication, self-efficacy and awareness to participants’ fitness capacity and engagement in every cardio class Increase number of participants after practicing new skills and techniques within 3 months Business CourseObjectives
  15. 15. Heart Lungs Circulatory System Fitness 1 2 3 Group Fitness = Cardiorespiratory Fitness Fitness
  16. 16. 1 Aerobic 4 Energy 3 ATP 2 Anaerobic Energy Systems ATP: Adenosine Triphosphate
  17. 17. Target training HR Cardiorespiratory Physical Limitation Safety & Caution Training Guards Warm Up & Cool Down Musculoskeletal System Strength & Flexibility Intensify Progression Plan Frequency Intensity Type Time FITT Principle Aerobic Exercise
  18. 18. Intensity Level HR Transition 5 Elements Architecture Of Combos Art of Cueing Participant’s Adaptability Communication Protocol Participant Engagement Injury Prevention
  19. 19. 1 2 3 4 MET’s Talk Test RPE % of HR ReserveKarvonen Formula Predicted Max. heart rate- resting heart rate * desired intensity+ resting heart rate Intensity Level & Heart Rate
  20. 20. CUE VERBAL MUSIC 32 COUNTS NON VERBAL Cue with: •Body Language •Voice Tone •Hand Signal •Counting Public Speaking and Cueing Techniques
  21. 21. Strength Flexibility Cardio Warm Up & Cool Down Cardio Class •Warm Up & Cool Down •Cardio •Flexibility •Strength Transition with 5 Components
  22. 22. 3-4 Moves Build Up Repeaters Number of Moves Repeaters of 4, 8, 16, 32 pattern 32 Counts Difficulty Level Class Type Class Progression Number of Combos Architecture of Combos
  23. 23. 1 2 34 Perform Slowly Break Down Steps Provide BreaksEncourage & Smile Participants’ Adaptability Foster self-management of the exercise activities.
  24. 24. Participants’ Engagement E C A R Effective Lesson Plan Cool Transitioning Asking for Feedback Reaction Monitoring
  25. 25. Physical activity screening Injury History Avoid high risk exercises and routines Potential Risk Check for skin color or fatigue sings Progression Observe for body alignment Alignment 1 2 3 4 Legal Liabilities Best Practices Emergency Procedures InjuryPrevention
  26. 26. Mgmt. Role Trainers’ Role Trainees’ Role Transfer of Training
  27. 27. Link Procedures Generalization OnTheJobTransfer Learning Principles Ad text title Stimulus Variability General Principles Identical Elements
  28. 28. Coping Strategies Mgmt./Peer Support WIFMGoal Setting Supervisors Join Class Member Feedback Transfer Climate
  29. 29. Principles of Effective Communication Speak with clarity and conviction Recognize and take on opportunities Confidence, confidence, confidence Maximize all your interactions Don’t be dissuaded by failure Adopt an abundance mindset Enjoy the process, not the outcome
  30. 30. Mic Bells, Pouch Belts, Windscreens, iPod Mp3 cable, Gift Certificated, Cineplex Tickets Paid Training and workshops of several fitness topics Added Bonuses based on performance Hawaii Promotions: •Group Fitness Supervisor •Group Fitness Trainer •Club Assistant Manager Free Items On Going Training Bonuses Hawaii Trip Rewards
  31. 31. MASTER CLASS Demo on Choreography Trainees Participation- 3.5 minutes MASTER CLASS
  32. 32. Q A Evaluation Forms THANK YOU Certificates
  • jhoseantony

    Oct. 1, 2019

Training Design and Delivery for Group Fitness Instructors (Steve Nash Fitness World). Group Project

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