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The outline of the revised Level 3 standards on the Register of Exercise Professionals is becoming clearer with some important changes from the old standards.

In future, all advanced instructors will have to complete the core competency units to be fully qualified at level 3 and these will also form the N/SVQ.

Having successfully completed this, an advanced instructor may consider a number of options for progression – but still at level 3.

This will involve unit certification to work as a fitness manager or personal trainer, in specialist subject areas, with special population groups and in the context of low-risk referred populations.

There is a lot of detailed work to be completed, and both the Register and Skillsactive are keen to make sure there is wide consultation across the industry.

Also at level 3, but through an entirely different route, people with qualifications in Yoga, Pilates, Keep Fit, Fitness League, etc. will also be at level 3 in the category of exercise and movement.

Medium and high risk referred populations will form part of the new level 4 qualification which is still being mapped-out.

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The outline of the revised Level 3 standards on the Register of Exercise Professionals is becoming clearer with some important changes from the old standards.
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