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Diploma in Outdoor and Physical Education Studies Free Course

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  • Certification
  • Alison's free online Diploma in Outdoor and Physical Education Studies course gives you the opportunity to gain a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of key topics in outdoor adventure and physical education. The course covers topics such as coaching and training, physical fitness, outdoor activities and adventure. This Diploma is ideal for anyone interested in a career in outdoor activities, adventure activities, the health and fitness industry, or physical education and training, and will greatly enhance your career prospects.

  • Studying this course, you will learn about different types of adventure. You will be aware of the degree of difficulty, the risks involved and the skills required in each type of adventure. You will know the different characteristics that are involved in adventure and the various reasons that motivate people to participate in such adventures. You will learn of historical adventures. You will know the high, medium and low accessibility of different adventure sports and the factors that can affect accessibility. You will gain a good knowledge of safety in adventure. You will know the effect that locations and times can have in adventure activities. You will be aware of the equipment used, the environment, conservation, recreation and land management. You will gain a knowledge of the basic muscle physiology, muscle groups, the heart, energy systems, converting food to energy, principles of training and training methods. You will know the maximum oxygen uptake, acute responses, chronic training responses, fatigue and recovery. You will understand the core components of fitness, the role of a coach, coaching styles, coaching techniques, legal and illegal ergogenic aids. You will know sports psychology, the limits to performance and sporting injuries. You will be more aware of different groups in society, influences on physical education, intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness, socio-cultural considerations and participation factors.

  • All Alison courses are free to study. To successfully complete a course you must score 80% or higher in each course assessments. Upon successful completion of a course, you can choose to make your achievement formal by purchasing an official Alison Diploma, Certificate or PDF.

    Having an official Alison document is a great way to share your success. Plus it’s:

    • Ideal for including in CVs, job applications and portfolios
    • An indication of your ability to learn and achieve high results
    • An incentive to continue to empower yourself through learning
    • A tangible way of supporting the Alison mission to empower people everywhere through education.

Modules List( 47 )
  • Module 1: Adventure Activities
  • Meaning of adventure
    • The Meaning of Adventure
    • The meaning of adventure
    • Peak adventure
    • Misadventure and devastation and disaster
    • The Meaning of Adventure: Key elements
    • Exploration and experimentation
    • Aspects of confidence
    • Danger under control
    • Competence, degree of difficulty and risk
    • Rafting on the Snowy River
    • A high ropes course (Cathedral Ranges)
  • Characteristics of adventure
    • Charcteristics of Adventure: Safety
    • Charcteristics of Adventure: Women in Adventure Activities
    • Charcteristics of Adventure: Size of group
    • Charcteristics of Adventure
    • Charcteristics of Adventure: Cost
    • Charcteristics of Adventure
    • Charcteristics of Adventure: Physical and Emotional Safety
  • Motivation for adventure
    • Historical Adventurers and Motivation for Adventure
    • Motivation for Adventure: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards and Historical Adventurers
    • Motivation for Adventure: Contemporary Understandings
  • Examples of adventure
    • Historical adventurers
    • Historical examples of adventurers
    • Historical and contemporary images of adventure
  • Access to adventure
    • Access to adventure: factors that can affect accessibility
    • Access to adventure
    • Accessibility table
  • Safety in adventure
    • Safety and competence in adventure (knowledge and skills)
    • Where safety fits into adventure
    • The Safety and Competence Activity
    • Where safety fits in
    • Personal competence
    • Safety and competence in adventure: individual ladder of needs
  • Timing and location
    • Variety of locations
    • Timing and location
    • Location and effects table
    • Influences on the outcome of adventure activities
  • Different types of adventure
    • Comparison of different types of adventure
    • Adventure activities
  • Impact on the environment
    • The Natural Area Activities
    • Deterioration of the wilderness
    • Minimal impact on the environment
    • Outdoor adventure and impact on the environment
    • How society views the importance of wilderness and natural areas
    • Influences on outdoor adventure
  • The media
    • Influence on outdoor adventure: the media
    • Influence on outdoor adventure: media manipulation table
  • Grading and guidebooks
    • Grading and guidebooks
    • Grading systems
    • Grading for bushwalking
    • Grading for bike riding
  • Adventure as a commodity
    • Adventure as a commodity
    • Marketing and packaging adventure as a commodity
  • Equipment
    • Equipment table
    • Improvements in technology
    • Changes in equipment
  • Module 2: Land Use and Recreation
  • Ways of viewing the environment
    • Ways of viewing the environment
    • Ways of viewing the environment: indigenous people
    • Ways of viewing the environment: worth-ship, worship and kinship
    • Land as a commodity
    • Ways of viewing the environment: focus questions
  • Conservation
    • Conservation is management
    • World conservation
    • Development of interest groups and methods used to influence decisions
    • Resolving conflicts
  • Recreation and land management
    • Conflicts of interest: land use
    • Conflicts of interest: land use
    • The conflict over land
    • The importance of outdoor environments and the experiences they offer society: environmental issues
  • Case Study - The Australian Aborigines
    • Aboriginal perceptions of the land
    • Aboriginal People
    • Aboriginal ceremony
    • Landrights
    • The Aboriginal lifestyle
    • Aborigines and the land
    • Aboriginal perception of the land: focus questions
  • Module 3: Basic Physiology for Physical Education
  • Basic muscle physiology
    • Basic muscle physiology
    • Muscle architecture
    • Basic muscle physiology: interior components
    • The motor unit
    • Regulation of muscular force
    • Basic muscle physiology: firing pattern
  • Muscle groups
    • Joint actions
    • Major Muscle Groups and the Microscopic Structure of Muscle
    • Summary of muscles and their actions
    • Muscle fibre types
    • Muscle fibre types: features
    • Microscopic muscle structure
    • Sliding filament theory
    • Muscle fibre recruitment: muscular contraction
    • Types of muscle contractions
    • Agonists and antagonists
  • Information on the heart
    • The heart: what's in a name?
    • Where is the heart located?
    • How big is the heart?
    • What controls the heart rate?
  • Energy systems
    • Accumulation of Lactic Acid and the Anaerobic Threshold
    • Energy Systems and fitness components
    • Energy Systems
    • The need for ADP reconversion
    • Energy system characteristics
    • Energy system 1: ATP - PC system
    • Energy systems 2 and 3
    • Lactic acid system (LA system)
    • Aerobic energy system
    • Interplay between the systems
    • Links between aerobic and anaerobic systems
    • Heart rate
    • Use of energy systems: example
    • Comparing the three energy systems - a summary
    • Energy Systems
  • Converting food to energy
    • Hitting the wall
    • The conversion of food to energy
    • The conversion of food to energy: carbohydrates
    • Carbohydrate loading (legal ergonomic aid)
    • Carbohydrate loading continued
    • The conversion of food to energy: protein
    • The conversion of food to energy: fats
    • Advantages and disadvantages of fuel sources
  • Module 4: Training Methods
  • The principles of training
    • The principles of training
    • The overload principle
    • Overload: maintaining homeostasis
    • The overload principle: thresholds and diminishing returns
    • The principle of specificity
    • Is there ever a place for cross training?
    • The reversibility principle
    • The principle of individual differences
    • Different strokes for different folks
    • The bottom line
  • Training principles
    • Training principles
    • Training principles: intensity
    • Training principles: overload
    • Training principles: frequency
    • Training principles: duration
    • Training principles: variety
  • Training methods
    • Training Methods
    • Interval Training
    • Benefits of interval training
    • Continuous training
    • Fartlek Training (Speedplay)
    • Circuit training
    • Circuit training continued
    • Plyometrics
    • Plyometric Stress Index
    • Weight training
    • Weight training: guidelines
    • Training methods: flexibility
  • Maximal oxygen uptake
    • Maximal Oxygen Consumption - the VO2 Max.
    • VO2 max. defined
    • Why is his or hers bigger than mine?
    • Muscles and oxygen delivery
    • How is VO2 max. measured?
    • How is VO2 max. measured?
    • Measuring VO2 max.
    • Measuring VO2 max.
  • Acute responses
    • Summary of acute/short-term Responses
    • Acute (short term) and chronic (long term) responses: respiratory
    • Acute (short term) and chronic (long term) responses: cardiovascular responses
    • Acute (short term) and chronic (long term) responses: muscular
    • Student activity: short-term/acute responses
  • Chronic training responses
    • Summary: factors changed by exercise
    • Summary of long-term responses (chronic training responses)
    • Anaerobic Systems
    • Anaerobic Systems (continued)
    • Aerobic
    • At rest
    • Submaximal
    • Maximal changes
    • Student activity: long-term responses
  • Fatigue and recovery
    • Fatigue and recovery
    • Lactic acid accumulation
    • Oxygen debt
    • Glycogen restoration (muscle)
    • Lactic acid breakdown and removal
  • Module 5: Coaching and Fitness
  • The core components of fitness
    • The core components of fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance demands
    • The core components of fitness
    • The core components of fitness: muscular strength (MS)
    • The core components of fitness: muscular power (MP)
    • The core components of fitness: local muscular endurance (LME)
    • The core components of fitness: flexibility
    • The core components of fitness: agility
    • The core components of fitness: speed
    • The core components of fitness: anaerobic power
    • The core components of fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance
    • The core components of fitness: coordination
    • The core components of fitness: balance
    • The core components of fitness: reaction time
  • Assessment of fitness
    • Fitness tests
    • List of fitness tests
  • The role of the coach
    • The role of the coach in improving performance
    • The role of the coach in improving performance: fundamental attributes and skills
    • The stereotypical coach
    • The role of the coach in improving performance: the importance of feedback
  • Coaching styles
    • Coaching styles
    • Coaching styles: authoritarian
    • Coaching styles: personable
    • Coaching styles: casual
  • Coaching techniques
    • Coaching applications
    • Coaching from the beginner to the skilled athlete - cognitive
    • Coaching from the beginner to the skilled athlete: associative stage
    • Coaching from the beginner to the skilled athlete: autonomous stage
  • Module 6: Improving Physical Fitness
  • Legal ergogenic aids
    • Ergogenic aids - legal
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: nutrition
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: creatine
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: sodium bicarbonate
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: colostrum
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: HMB
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: re-hydration
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: carbohydrate loading
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: altitude training
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: massage
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: alchohol and smoking
    • Ergogenic aids - legal: mental rehearsal/visualisation
  • Illegal ergogenic aids
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal: amphetamines and ephedrine
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal: beta-blockers
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal: caffeine
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal: anabolic steroids
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal: narcotics - analgesics
    • Ergogenic aids - illegal: growth hormone
    • Ergogenic aids - blood doping and EPO
    • Ergogenic aids - tranquillisers
  • Sports psychology
    • Sports psychology
  • Limits to performance
    • Anatomical and physiological differences affecting performance
    • Limits to performance: socio-cultural factors
    • Biological and socio-cultural factors affecting performance
    • Factors affecting performance
  • Sporting injuries
    • Common sports injuries
    • Injury prevention
    • Assessment of injuries
    • Managment of soft tissue injury
    • Concussion
    • Heat stress
    • Summary of sports injuries/research topics
    • Common sports injuries sample questions
  • Module 7: Physical Activity and Society
  • Different groups within society
    • Recreation and physical activity for different groups within society
    • Promoting involvement in physical activity: children
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: teenages/adulthood
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: the elderly
  • Influences on physical education
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: positive and negative influential factors
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: positive and negative influential factors - cost and time
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: positive and negative influential factors - education/ethnicity and race
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: positive and negative influential factors - gender
  • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity summary
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: gender
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: age
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: children/adolescents
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: adults
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: elderly
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: family
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: culture
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: peers and school
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: work
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: socio-economic status
    • Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes - the media
    • Media plays a role in the development and running of sports
    • Sports participation categories
    • Sports coverage
  • Socio-cultural considerations
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - gender
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - ethnicity
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - geographical location
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - income and socio-economic status
    • Participating in sport: - socio-cultural factors - age
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - disability
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - family influences
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - peers
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - work/occupation
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - school/other institutional influences (clubs)
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - time available
    • Participating in sport: socio-cultural factors - politics
    • Participation in sport: socio-cultural factors - environment, climate and access
    • Participation in sport: the role of the coach
    • The media
  • Motivational factors
    • Motivational factors
  • Participation rates
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: role models
    • Role models
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: lack of media
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: violence
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: sport and the media in general
    • Promoting involvment in physical activity: sponsorship
  • Fact or fiction activity
    • Key points
    • Preparing a participation rates report
    • Developing a research question
    • Sample report
    • Styles of questions
    • Planning and conducting your survey or interview
    • Introductory activity
    • Classifying information
    • Making conclusions about research
  • Assessment
  • Assessment
    • Diploma in Outdoor and Physical Education Studies Assessment
Topics List ( 11 )
Meaning of adventure
Meaning of adventure This free online course is an introduction to the meaning of adventure and covers topics such as exploration, experimentation and competence in adventure . The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Characteristics of adventure
Characteristics of adventure This free online course reviews the characteristics of adventure such as the size of groups, women and adventure, safety issues and cost. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Motivation for adventure
Motivation for adventure This free online course discusses what motivates people for adventure, and looks at contemporary understandings of this issue. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Examples of adventure
Examples of adventure This free online course reviews historical and contemporary examples of adventures and adventurers. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Access to adventure
Access to adventure This free online course reviews access to adventure and factors that can affect accessibility. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Safety in adventure
Safety in adventure This free online course covers issues around safety and competence in adventure. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Timing and location
Timing and location This free online course discusses timing and location of adventure activities. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Different types of adventure
Different types of adventure This free online course introduces different types of adventure activities. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Impact on the environment
Impact on the environment This free online course reviews the impact adventure activities can have on the environment, the wilderness and natural areas. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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The media
The media This free online course covers the role of the media in adventure activities. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Grading and guidebooks
Grading and guidebooks This free online course discusses grading and guidebooks for adventure activities such as biking and bushwalking. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Adventure as a commodity
Adventure as a commodity This free online course discusses how to market and package adventure as a commodity. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Equipment
Equipment This free online course looks at the type of equipment used in adventure and the recent changes in technology. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Ways of viewing the environment
Ways of viewing the environment This free online course discusses ways of viewing the environment and covers worth-ship, worship, and kinship and reviews land as a commodity. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Conservation
Conservation This free online course looks at topics related to conservation such as the development of interest groups and how to influence descisions related to conservation matters. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Recreation and land management
Recreation and land management This free online course discusses the importance of the environment and the conflict between land development and conservation. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Case Study - The Australian Aborigines
Case Study - The Australian Aborigines This free online course is an introduction to the Aboriginal peoples of Australia and their customs, traditions, way of life and connection to the land. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Basic muscle physiology
Basic muscle physiology This free online course is a review of basic muscle physiology and looks at topics such as the motor unit and the regulation of muscular force. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Muscle groups
Muscle groups This free online course is a review of the major muscles in the body, the types of muscles and their microscopic structure, and how muscles contract. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Information on the heart
Information on the heart This free online course is an introduction to the heart and looks at the location of the heart, the size of the heart and what regulates the activity of the heart. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Energy systems
Energy systems This free online course is a review of the energy systems in the body such as the aerobic system, the anaerobic system and the lactic acid system. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Converting food to energy
Converting food to energy This free online course is a review of how food is converted into energy, and looks at the conversion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy for exercise. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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The principles of training
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Training principles
Training principles This free online course is an introduction to training principles such as intensity, overload, duration and variety. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.  
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Training methods
Training methods This free online course is a review of training methods such as circuit training, Fartlek training, interval training and plyometrics. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Maximal oxygen uptake
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Acute responses
Acute responses This free online course is an introduction to acute responses of the respiratory, muscular and cardiovascular systems to exercise. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Chronic training responses
Chronic training responses This free online course is an introduction to chronic responses to exercise and reviews aerobic and anaerobic respiration. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Fatigue and recovery
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The core components of fitness
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Assessment of fitness
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The role of the coach
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Coaching styles
Coaching styles This free online course is a review of coaching styles such as the authoritarian style, the personable style or the casual style. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Coaching techniques
Coaching techniques This free online course is an introduction to coaching techniques and covers stages such as the cognitive stage, the associative stage and the autonomous stage. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Legal ergogenic aids
Legal ergogenic aids This free online course is an introduction to legal ergogenic aids such as nutrition, carbohydrate loading and altitude training. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Illegal ergogenic aids
Illegal ergogenic aids This free online course is a review of illegal ergogenic aids atheltes might use such as amphetamines, beta-blockers, anabolic steroids and blood doping using EPO. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Sports psychology
Sports psychology This free online course is a review of sports psychology and how it can influence athletes. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Limits to performance
Limits to performance This free online course reviews factors that can limit performance such as anatomical and physiological factors or socio-cultural factors. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Sporting injuries
Sporting injuries This free online course discusses sports injuries and reviews the assessment, management and prevention of injuries. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Different groups within society
Different groups within society This free online course is discusses the role pyhsical activity plays in the lives of different groups within society such as children, teenagers, adults and the elderly. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Influences on physical education
Influences on physical education This free online course is a review of positive and negative influences on physical education such as cost, time, education and ethnicity. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Motivational factors
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Participation rates
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Fact or fiction activity
Fact or fiction activity This free online course is a review of how to plan and carry out a survey or interview that examines the participation rates in physical activity. The Contents tab displays all the lessons and topics of the course. Each time you click the Contents tab, you will come to this page. A green tick indicates those lessons and topics you have completed, so you can easily see your progress.
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Assessment
Assessment Score 80% or more in the assessment and you can obtain a Diploma parchment for this course.
Course Features
  • Duration

    6-10 Hours

  • Publisher

    XSIQ

  • Video

    No

  • Audio

    No

  • Assessment

    Yes

  • Certification

    Yes

  • Price

    Free

  • Reward

    250 Pts

  • Responsive

    No

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