Memberships

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The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) has been set up to help safeguard and to promote the health and interests of people who are using the services of exercise and fitness instructors, teachers and trainers. The Register uses a process of self-regulation that recognises industry-based qualifications, practical competency, and requires fitness professionals to work within a Code of Ethical Practice. Members of the Register are given a card and registration certificate to prove their qualification and membership. Also known as the Exercise Register it operates in the UK and across the world to recognise personal achievement and competencies of qualified fitness professionals.

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The NRPT is the UK’s leading on-line and offline directory providing information about qualified and insured UK personal trainers. We are the only referral company to be working with the new Government-backed Register of Exercise Professionals and we are the only directory that carefully vets it’s members and requires them to submit official documents to prove their qualifications and experience.

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Later Life Training Ltd aims to provide specialist, safe and effective exercise training for people working with vulnerable older populations eg – Falls Prevention. We also aim to provide training for chair based exercise leaders, senior peer activity motivators, and accessible information to older people and their carers to assist them in increasing participation in physical activity and tailored exercise

This training course aims to equip students with the appropriate knowledge and skills to prescribe and deliver safe and effective exercise for individuals with cardiac disease. This course is aimed at exercise professionals who are looking to develop their knowledge in cardiac disease and safe and effective exercise programming with this client group. The training course is well established and nationally recognised with over 1500 qualified students from the last 8 years. The course was developed in 1998 supported by the British Heart Foundation and is delivered by the British Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) which is an affiliated group of the British Cardiovascular Society. Strong links are formed between exercise professionals and clinical professionals within the field of cardiac rehabilitation to enable a high standard of care for the individual with cardiac disease.