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PROSPECTUS

www.activeiq.co.uk


Welcome to Active IQ.

The UK’s leading awarding organisation for the physical activity sector. Active IQ has

been changing lives through education and physical activity for over 15 years and has a

national and international network of approved providers that deliver its qualifications.

Active IQ is recognised and regulated by Ofqual (England), Qualifications Wales and

CCEA (Northern Ireland) and we design qualifications that support clearly defined

career pathways for the active leisure sector. We pride ourselves on excellent customer

service and strive to provide high-quality teaching resources to enable providers to

offer a positive learning experience for learners to reach their full potential.

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We design, quality assure and award a diverse range of qualifications from Entry Level

through to Level 5 on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) in addition to a

broad suite of additional products and services, including eLearning, Apprenticeship

Packages, Professional Recognition, Professional Career Development, End-point

Assessment, Skills Hub and Talent Match.

Active IQ is more than just an awarding organisation.

Over time, we have developed a vast range of supporting educational resources

and services. The past 5 years, in particular, have seen Active IQ evolve its offer to

become an awarding organisation with a difference – with a diverse portfolio, which

includes: qualifications, educational resources, eLearning, eAssessment, Professional

Recognition, Professional Career Development, the Skills Hub and most recently Endpoint

Assessment.

Best wishes

Jenny Patrickson,

Managing Director

Active IQ wishes to emphasise that whilst every effort is

made to ensure accuracy, the material contained within this

document is subject to alteration or amendment in terms of

overall policy, financial or other constraints. Reproduction

of this publication is prohibited unless authorised by Active

IQ Ltd. No part of this document should be published

elsewhere or reproduced in any form without prior written

permission.

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About Active IQ

Active IQ is the UK’s leading awarding organisation for the active leisure, learning and wellbeing sector, and has

been at the forefront of designing qualifications that support clearly defined career pathways for over ten years.

With a mission to provide first-class qualifications, assessments, resources and services which are valued by

training providers, employers and learners, Active IQ offers innovative and dynamic accredited qualifications in a

variety of disciplines from Entry Level through to Level 5.

Active IQ’s qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework and align to the European Qualifications

Framework.

Why Active IQ?

Industry is constantly changing, as is the education landscape, so it’s vital to offer qualifications that meet the

needs of employers and consumers. Active IQ’s values (creative, efficient, agile, professional and supportive) allow

us to lead the way in health, wellness and physical activity education to champion the highest level of industry

standards. Active IQ’s respected qualifications link closely to the world of work with emphasis on essential practical,

technical and soft skills. Meaningful employer involvement occurs in the design, delivery and assessment of our

qualifications to ensure relevance and currency.

Lead the way

Looking to grow your centre? With over 500 approved centres across the UK and internationally, Active IQ can offer

pioneering resources for teaching, learning and assessment.

We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and strive to provide high quality resources for our qualifications

enabling Training Providers to give a positive learning experience. Becoming an approved centre will provide you

with an all-encompassing package for tutors, assessors and learners alike. You’ll have access to a strong support

team, comprehensive education manuals and the latest in eLearning technology.

We’re here to help

What is a regulated qualification?

Active IQ offers a wide range of regulated qualifications which means they are officially recognised by key stakeholders,

particularly government regulators (Ofqual, Qualifications Wales and CCEA). Ofqual, the Office of Qualifications and

Examinations Regulation, is a non-ministerial government department that regulates qualifications, exams and

tests in England; all regulated qualifications sit on its Register of Regulated Qualifications.

All recognised awarding organisations that offer regulated qualifications undergo rigorous compliance checks via a

series of audits, occasional thematic reviews (where specific elements of an awarding organisation’s function are

scrutinised) and the submission of an annual statement to Ofqual, Qualifications Wales and CCEA showing how they

have complied with all regulatory Conditions of Recognition.

Active IQ offers vocational qualifications from Entry Level through to Level 5. Qualifications are described by level

and size. Currently there are nine separate levels: Entry Level plus Levels 1-8 (these are aligned to the levels within

the European Qualifications Framework), and whilst this could be a way of deciding the ‘difficulty’ of a particular

qualification, each level has its own ‘descriptor’ that provides much more detail about the knowledge and skills

required at that level, i.e. what learners should know and be able to do upon completion of that qualification.

Active IQ qualifications are currently described as either an award, certificate or diploma and this is to give an

indication of size. The size of a qualification is determined by its Total Qualification Time (TQT), this is the number of

notional hours or an estimate of the total amount of time that could reasonably be expected for a learner to achieve

and demonstrate the level of attainment necessary to be awarded the qualification.

Total Qualification Time is comprised of:

a. The number of hours which an awarding organisation has assigned to a qualification for Guided Learning,

and

b. An estimate of the number of hours a learner is likely to spend in preparation, study or any other form of

participation in education or training, including assessment, which takes place as directed by – but not

under the immediate guidance or supervision of – a lecturer, supervisor, tutor or other appropriate provider

of education or training.

About Active IQ

If you would like assistance with planning and selecting qualifications, or if you wish to become an approved Active

IQ centre, contact us today.

Online: www.activeiq.co.uk

Call: +44 (0)845 688 1278 or +44 (0)1480 467950

Guided Learning Hours (GLH) describe the learner’s activities that are taught or instructed by – or otherwise

participating in education or training under the immediate guidance or supervision of – a lecturer, supervisor, tutor

or other appropriate provider of education or training.

Remember, it is not the size of qualification that indicates its difficulty, but the level.

Email: enquiries@activeiq.co.uk

For further information regarding our regulated qualifications, please contact: info@activeiq.co.uk

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Resources, eLearning and

eAssessment

Active IQ offers unrivalled learning resources and eLearning to assist its approved centres with qualification delivery.

Active IQ prides itself on providing the best eLearning, hard copy manuals, free electronic lecture packs and

electronic resources to support all qualifications.

The resources are mapped to nationally accredited qualifications and are written by industry experts with a reputation

for excellence. Each year, Active IQ strives to develop new products and resources to both meet customers’ needs

and exceed expectations.

Learner and tutor resources are provided in a number of different ways:

• Learner manuals – A large suite of learner manuals are available. These resources are produced to high

standards in terms of content and presentation. Manuals are thoughtfully designed to ensure that learners

engage effectively with their learning.

• Tutor resources – A comprehensive range of lecture packs has been developed for centres to assist their

tutors with the delivery of Active IQ qualifications. Each lecture pack is Ofsted compliant and includes a

scheme of work, session plans and PowerPoint slides.

• eLearning – Active IQ offers a comprehensive eLearning platform that gives learners the opportunity to study

remotely whilst allowing tutors to see at a glance how their studies are progressing. The platform is a highly

interactive learning tool and is designed to fully engage learners and enliven the learning process. In this way,

Active IQ hopes to fully support and nurture learners and the lifelong learning process. The eLearning platform

can also be branded to match a centre’s name and colours.

• eAssessment – Active IQ offers eAssessment through our partner supplier Cirrus Assessments for all external

assessments (theory exams) as well as a number of internal assessments. eAssessment offers a secure,

convenient and timely alternative to paper-based exams and internal assessments.

• Proctored assessments (remote invigilation) – Active IQ offers the facility to sit our external eAssessments

(theory exams) through remote proctoring, with our partner Proctor U. Remote proctoring is an alternative

to class-based invigilation of external assessments (theory exams) and allows learners to securely access

Active IQ’s exams in their own environment, while being invigilated remotely (an invigilator is ‘present’ via the

laptop/PC camera function). This alternative will suit those approved centres with learners or apprentices on

a flexible/blended learning pathway, plus those who may live long distances from the centre.

Professional recognition

Professional recognition enables your organisation to gain Active IQ’s professional kitemark for your own nonregulated

training programme(s). Your training programme(s) can vary in length and in delivery method and context,

as long as they meet the quality guidelines set by Active IQ.

In order to gain professional recognition, you must:

• Complete a professional recognition centre approval application (if your centre is not already approved to

deliver Active IQ qualifications).

• Be able to demonstrate that your staff are technically competent to deliver the programme(s).

• Be able to demonstrate there are internal quality assurance and review procedures in place.

• Be able to demonstrate high-quality course materials.

• Be able to demonstrate a clear material difference between your own non-regulated training provision and

Active IQ regulated qualifications.

What do I need to do?

If you are interested in applying for Active IQ professional recognition, please email

professionalrecognition@activeiq.co.uk

About Active IQ

Contacting Active IQ

For more information, including how to receive a free eLearning demo, please call +44 (0)1480 410337

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ACTIVE IQ SKILLS HUB

As the leading awarding organisation for the physical activity sector,

we are driven to provide our centres and their learners with the highest

quality qualifications, resources and services.

As part of your Annual Centre Recognition fee, your team can

gain exclusive access to our new Skills Hub, powered by FitPro.

The Skills Hub offers a programme of educational webinars and

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) content, together with

practical help to support the growth and success of your team.

James Clack

Learning & Skills Development Manager

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centres

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relating

BUSINESS AND MARKETING

In partnership with Cambridge Marketing

College, this marketing and communications

toolkit and workbook helps approved

take their business to the next level.

CHIEF MEDICAL ADVISOR

Dr Dane Vishnubala provides information

on the latest medical research and policy

relevant to the industry, as well as news

to clinical exercise.

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QUALIFICATIONS LAUNCH PAD

Approved centres can get new qualifications

up and running with help from this valuable

resource.

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TEACHING AND LEARNING

The latest resources on teaching and

learning techniques help support centres

their delivery and assessment.

About Active IQ

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FUNDING AND POLICY

This area supports training providers who

already deliver funding provision, or who are

considering entering the world of funded

delivery. It also provides information on the

latest policies and processes relating to

funded courses.

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CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL

DEVELOPMENT

Approved centres can access FitPro’s CPD

offering alongside Active IQ’s, opening up

a range of free and paid-for short courses

and content.

THE SKILLS HUB

The Skills Hub offers a programme of educational webinars and a

comprehensive range of digital resources, together with practical help

to support the growth and success of our centres and their graduates.

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latest

GRADUATE TOOLKIT

This toolkit is for those who have completed

a fitness industry qualification. It is

designed to keep them informed about the

industry developments.

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STANDARDISATION AND

TRAINING

A new resource for centre staff dedicated to

quality assurance best practice.

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Icons

Active IQ have introduced a range of icons to help you easily identify the resources available for each qualification

and when something is new or has been updated.

Vision

Leading the way in health, wellness and physical activity education

to champion the highest level of industry standards.

Values - Our DNA

NEW

UPDATED

Creative

applying new ideas and concepts to push the boundaries of quality and innovation

Efficient

consistently exceeding customer expectations

Professional

conforming to and applying technical and ethical standards

Supportive

proactively providing assistance with a positive and friendly attitude

Agile

willing to accommodate change or modification to meet the needs of our customers whilst

maintaining the highest standards

About Active IQ

MANUALS

TEACHER RESOURCES

ELEARNING

EPA TOOLKITS

Creative Efficient Professional Supportive Agile

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Active leisure

qualifications

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Contents

3 Principles of Leading an Active, Healthy Life

4 Active, Healthy Living

5 Assisting Sport and Physical Activity Sessions

6 Fitness and Physical Activity

7 Influencing Health and Wellbeing

8 Lifestyle Management

9 Sport and Physical Activity

10 Health and Community Activation

11 Leading Physical Activity for Adolescents

12 Instructing Circuit Sessions 2021

13 Instructing Studio Cycling 2021

14 Instructing Kettlebells 2021

15 Instructing Physical Activity for Children

16 Instructing Suspended Movement Training

17 Instructing Water-based Exercise

18 Alcohol Awareness

19 Smoking Awareness and Cessation

20 Understanding Nutrition, Performance and

Healthy Eating

21 Working with Communities to Promote and

Support Active, Healthy Lifestyles

22 Mental Health Awareness

23 Safeguarding and Protecting Children and

Vulnerable Adults

24 Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and

Learning

25 Gym Instructing

26 Group Training

27 Leading Health-Related Activity Sessions

28 Promoting Community Health and Well-being

29 Health and Fitness 2021

30 Physical Activity, Fitness and Exercise Science

31 Activity Leadership

32 Nutrition for Exercise and Health

33 Supporting Pre and Postnatal Clients with

Exercise and Nutrition

34 Designing Exercise Programmes for Older Adults

35 Designing Exercise Programmes for Disabled

Clients

36 Conditioning for Exercise and Sports Performance

37 Instructing Outdoor Fitness

38 Nutrition for Sport and Exercise Performance

39 Employment Awareness in Active Leisure and

Learning

40 Personal Training

41 Gym Instructing and Personal Training

42 Exercise Referral

43 Health and Fitness 2021

44 Instructing Pilates Matwork

45 Teaching Yoga

46 Fitness Instructing and Physical Activity

47 Physical Activity, Fitness and Exercise Science

48 Personal Training for Health, Fitness and

Performance

49 Supporting Clients with Long-term Conditions

50 Supporting Clients with Long-term Conditions

51 Personal Training for Health, Fitness and

Performance

52 Personal Training

53 Advanced Personal Training

54 Instructing Pilates Matwork

55 Nutrition Coaching

56 Physical Activity and Weight Management for

Obese and Diabetic Clients

57 Physical Activity and Lifestyle Strategies for

Managing Low Back Pain

58 Strength and Conditioning

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Active IQ Entry Level Award in the

Principles of Leading an

Active, Healthy Life

Active IQ Level 1 Award in

Active, Healthy Living

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the links between activity and better health,

demonstrating the opportunities within daily life to become more active. Learners are given the opportunity to participate in a

range of physical activities and review their own lifestyle choices.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Leading an active, healthy life (L/618/3495).

INTRODUCTION

This is a ‘life skills’ qualification. Learners will explore the links between activity, healthy living and improved health and

demonstrate the opportunities within daily life to become more active.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: How the body works (T/600/2549).

• Unit 2: How to adopt an active, healthy lifestyle (K/600/2547).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 50 Accreditation number: 603/6346/0

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 78 Accreditation number: 500/7855/0

Total qualification time: 60

Total qualification time: 90 Qualification credit value: 7

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Active IQ Level 1 Award in

Assisting Sport and

Physical Activity Sessions

Active IQ Level 1 Award in

Fitness and Physical

Activity

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to assist with the planning, preparation

and delivery of safe and effective sport and physical activity sessions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with an introduction to the principles of exercise and fitness, healthy eating and the

health and fitness industry.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Assist in the planning and delivery of a sport or physical activity session (R/616/7783).

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed below, plus a minimum of one credit from optional group B and two

credits from optional group C.

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Participate in physical activity in the fitness environment (K/600/9370).

• Unit 2: Exercise and fitness knowledge (J/601/0011).

• Unit 3: Exploring personal fitness (Y/601/0014).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-1/active-iq-level-1-award-in-fitness-and-physical-activity/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 32 Accreditation number: 603/6347/2

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 60 Accreditation number: 601/4120/7

Total qualification time: 34

Total qualification time: 90 Qualification credit value: 9

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Active IQ Level 1 Award in

Influencing Health and

Wellbeing

Active IQ Level 1 Award in

Lifestyle Management

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the principles of health and wellbeing. Learners are

also given the opportunity to develop their communication skills and support individuals to improve their health and wellbeing.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the two mandatory units.

• Unit 1: Principles of health and wellbeing (L/618/6641).

• Unit 2: Influencing health and wellbeing (R/618/6642).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Worksheet / eAssessment.

• Personal lifestyle log.

• Conversation record.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with an introduction to lifestyle management, leisure time and healthy eating.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed below, plus one unit from optional group B.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Lifestyle management (Y/600/4343).

• Unit 2: Developing self (K/502/0469).

• Unit 3: Making the most of leisure time (K/502/0651).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-1/active-iq-level-1-award-in-lifestyle-management/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 10 Accreditation number: 603/7230/8

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 35 Accreditation number: 601/4121/9

Total qualification time: 20

Total qualification time: 75 Qualification credit value: 8

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Active IQ Level 1 Certificate in

Sport and Physical

Activity

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Health and Community

Activation

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with an understanding of the active leisure sector and to explain the links

between activity and better health, demonstrating the opportunities within daily life to become more active. Learners are provided

with the opportunity to experience working in the active leisure sector and developing their employability skills, which is critical to

aiding their chances of gaining and sustaining employment in the short, medium and long term. Learners are also provided with

the knowledge and skills to be able to assist with the planning, preparation and delivery of safe and effective sport and physical

activity sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the nine mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy and physiology for sport and physical activity (F/616/7780).

• Unit 2: Principles of active, healthy living (J/616/7781).

• Unit 3: Exploring personal health and fitness (L/616/7782).

• Unit 4: Assist in the planning and delivery of a sport or physical activity session (R/616/7783).

• Unit 5: Employability and career opportunities in the active leisure sector (Y/616/7784).

• Unit 6: Applying for an employment opportunity in the active leisure sector (D/616/7785).

• Unit 7: Preparing for an interview (H/616/7786).

• Unit 8: Developing self (K/616/7787).

• Unit 9: Working in active leisure (M/616/7788).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the principles of health and wellbeing. Learners are

given the knowledge and skills to be able to plan and lead designated physical activity sessions. Learners are also given the

opportunity to develop their communication skills and support healthy change within their families and local communities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the three mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of health and wellbeing (Y/618/6643).

• Unit 2: Leading a designated physical activity session (D/618/6644).

• Unit 3: Supporting healthy change (H/618/6645).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Worksheet /eAssessment.

• Risk assessment.

• Observation and questioning.

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 200 Accreditation number: 603/2783/2

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 20 Accreditation number: 603/7231/X

Total qualification time: 250

Total qualification time: 35

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2021

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Leading Physical

Activity for Adolescents

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Instructing Circuit

Sessions

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to programme safe and

effective physical activities for adolescents, taking into account the physiological changes associated with their development and

an understanding of the psychological and social issues faced by adolescents.

Learners will cover:

• The specific anatomy, physiology and nutritional needs of adolescents and how they relate to physical activities, exercise

and fitness.

• How to adapt physical activities and exercises for adolescents.

• How to plan, deliver and supervise safe and effective physical activity sessions to adolescents.

• The legal and professional requirements for working with adolescents.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a Level 2 in one of the following:

• Certificate in Fitness Instructing,

• Certificate in Leading Health Related Activity Sessions; coaching qualification or equivalent. Learners will only be able to

deliver sessions within their area of expertise.

It must be remembered that the Level 2 Award in Leading Physical Activity for Adolescents is part of the specialist populations

suite of qualifications and cannot be completed without learners having successfully completed one of the entry requirements.

Once completed, learners will only be able to deliver activities to adolescents within their area of expertise, for example, gymbased

exercise (gym instructors or personal trainers), group training (group trainers or exercise-to-music instructors), coaching of

a specific sport (sport specific coach), multi-sports or physical activity (physical activity leader or multi-sports coach).

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the two mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Physical activity, health and development considerations for adolescents (J/617/4004).

• Unit 2: Programming safe and effective physical activity for adolescents (L/617/4005).

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the legal and professional requirements of a circuits’

instructor. Learners are provided with an understanding of the key concepts of circuit training and how technology can be used

in circuit sessions. Learners are also provided with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, prepare and deliver safe and

effective group circuit sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 fitness instructing qualification, for example:

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Group Training.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing.

Some experience of circuit training is useful.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Planning and instructing circuit sessions (M/618/3442).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 13 Accreditation number: 603/4112/9

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 14 Accreditation number: 603/6734/9

Total qualification time: 32

Total qualification time: 25

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NEW FOR

2021

NEW FOR

2021

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Instructing Studio

Cycling

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Instructing Kettlebells

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the legal and professional requirements of a group

cycling instructor. Learners are provided with an understanding of the key concepts of studio cycling and how technology can be

used in studio cycling sessions. Learners are also provided with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, prepare and deliver

safe and effective group studio cycling sessions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the legal and professional requirements of a group

kettlebell instructor. Learners are provided with an understanding of the key concepts of kettlebell training and how technology

can be used in kettlebell sessions. Learners are also provided with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, prepare and

deliver safe and effective group kettlebell training sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 fitness instructing qualification, for example:

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Group Training.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing.

Some experience studio cycling is useful.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Planning and instructing studio cycling sessions (A/618/3444).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 fitness instructing qualification, for example:

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Group Training.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing.

Some experience of kettlebell training is useful.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Planning and instructing kettlebell sessions (T/618/3443).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 14 Accreditation number: 603/6736/2

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 14 Accreditation number: 603/6735/0

Total qualification time: 25

Total qualification time: 25

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2021

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Instructing Physical

Activity for Children

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Instructing Suspended

Movement Training

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, prepare and deliver safe and

effective physical activity sessions for children aged 5 – 11 years and 11- 15 years. Learners are also given an understanding of

the legal and professional requirements, including safeguarding when leading physical activity sessions for children.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 fitness instructing qualification, for example:

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Group Training.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing.

• Certificate in Leading Health Related Activity Sessions; coaching qualification or equivalent.

Some experience of working with children is useful.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Planning and instructing physical activity for children (F/618/3445).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to train learners who already have knowledge and skills in fitness instruction to be able to plan and deliver

safe and effective suspended movement exercises and training sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold a suitable Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing qualification or equivalent. Some experience of

suspended movement training is useful.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Planning a suspended movement training exercise session (R/505/5345).

• Unit 2: Instructing a suspended movement training exercise session (Y/505/5346).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 40 Accreditation number: 603/6755/6

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 10 Accreditation number: 601/1634/1

Total qualification time: 70

Total qualification time: 25 Qualification credit value: 4

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Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Instructing Water-based

Exercise

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Alcohol Awareness

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, prepare and deliver safe and

effective group water-based exercise sessions. Learners are given an understanding of the principles of instructing water-based

exercise, how the properties of water effect exercise and the additional health and safety requirements for delivering sessions in

a water-based environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 fitness instructing qualification, for example:

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Group Training.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing.

• Certificate in Leading Health Related Activity Sessions; coaching qualification or equivalent.

Some experience water-based exercise is useful.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Planning and instructing water-based exercise sessions (J/618/3446).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the knowledge required to understand the effects and health issues associated

with alcohol misuse.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Alcohol awareness (R/504/8282).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 40 Accreditation number: 603/6754/4

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 27 Accreditation number: 601/2034/4

Total qualification time: 70

Total qualification time: 30 Qualification credit value: 3

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Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Smoking Awareness

and Cessation

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Understanding Nutrition,

Performance and Healthy

Eating

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to give learners an awareness of the health implications of smoking as well as knowledge of strategies and

sources of information to assist in smoking cessation.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Smoking awareness and cessation (J/505/2930).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to give learners an understanding of nutrition for performance and healthy eating.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding nutrition, performance and healthy eating (F/504/4485).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 9 Accreditation number: 601/2024/1

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 24 Accreditation number: 601/2039/3

Total qualification time: 20 Qualification credit value: 2

Total qualification time: 30 Qualification credit value: 3

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Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Working with Communities

to Promote and Support

Active, Healthy Lifestyles

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Mental Health

Awareness

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to give learners the underpinning knowledge required to support a number of government initiatives to

promote physical activity and active, healthy living in the community.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with an understanding and awareness of mental health, common mental health disorders

and issues, help reduce stigma and discrimination and encourage people to talk about mental health.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Working with communities to promote and support active and healthy lifestyles (J/505/1065).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Mental health awareness (D/617/3070).

• Unit 2: Mental health first aid (H/617/3071).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• eAssessment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 18 Accreditation number: 601/1009/0

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 15 Accreditation number: 603/3794/1

Total qualification time: 30 Qualification credit value: 3

Total qualification time: 20

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Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Safeguarding and

Protecting Children

and Vulnerable Adults

Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Employment Awareness

in Active Leisure and

Learning

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed in order to fulfil the role of safeguarding and

protecting children and vulnerable adults in their chosen environment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to be an introduction to the active leisure sector. The syllabus covers the sector and its various

subsectors, career opportunities and employment rights and responsibilities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Safeguarding and protecting children and vulnerable adults (D616/7852).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• or eAssessment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding employment rights and responsibilities (J/600/0840).

• Unit 2: Understanding the employing organisation (D/600/1735).

• Unit 3: Understanding the active leisure and learning sector (Y/600/1734).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 6 Accreditation number: 603/2785/6

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 12 Accreditation number: 500/7367/9

Total qualification time: 10

Total qualification time: 40 Qualification credit value: 6

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AVAILABLE IN

ARABIC

AVAILABLE IN

ARABIC

Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Gym Instructing

Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Group Training

INTRODUCTION

This qualification will provide learners with a combination of knowledge and skills to prescribe, plan and deliver safe and effective

exercise programmes to a range of clients.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to plan, deliver and supervise safe and

effective group training sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the five mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (A/616/7499).

• Unit 2: Professionalism and customer care for fitness instructors (K/616/7501).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in the fitness environment (M/616/7502).

• Unit 4: Conducting client consultations to support positive behaviour change (A/616/7504).

• Unit 5: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (F/616/7505).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the four mandatory units and at least one of the optional units; learners can complete both units if

required.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (A/616/7499).

• Unit 2: Professionalism for group training (D/617/1108).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in a group training environment (H/617/1109).

• Unit 4: Supporting behaviour change and healthy lifestyles (Y/617/1110).

Optional units:

• Unit 5: Planning and instructing group training sessions (D/617/1111).

• Unit 6: Planning and instructing group training to music sessions (H/617/1112).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 40 Accreditation number: 603/2692/X

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 40 Accreditation number: 603/3363/7

Total qualification time: 230

Total qualification time: 230

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Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Leading Health-

Related Activity

Sessions

Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Promoting Community

Health and Well-being

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills required to plan, prepare and deliver safe and effective activity

sessions for a group of participants.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Promoting healthy lifestyles and physical activity (A/506/5884).

• Unit 2: Planning an activity session (F/506/5885).

• Unit 3: Delivering an activity session (J/506/5886).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification supports individuals currently working within (or aspiring to work within) the health and well-being field and will

equip learners with the essential knowledge and skills to address the health and well-being of individuals within their surrounding

communities. This qualification enables learners to gain a skills base aimed at facilitating long-term change amongst those in

their communities not currently engaging in active, healthy living.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all of the mandatory units listed. There are also a number of additional units which can be taken

alongside this qualification.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Working with communities to promote and support active healthy lifestyles (J/505/1065).

• Unit 2: Understanding the role of physical activity in health and well-being (F/506/6969).

• Unit 3: Alcohol awareness (R/504/8282).

• Unit 4: Smoking awareness and cessation (J/505/2930).

• Unit 5: Understanding nutrition, performance and healthy eating (F/504/4485).

• Unit 6: Collecting, managing and reporting of personal data (A/506/6968).

For further information on the additional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-promoting-community-health-and-well-being/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 107 Accreditation number: 601/3891/9

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 50 Accreditation number: 601/4399/X

Total qualification time: 150 Qualification credit value: 15

Total qualification time: 60 Qualification credit value: 15

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NEW FOR

2021

Active IQ Level 2 Diploma in

Health and Fitness

Active IQ Level 2 Diploma in

Physical Activity,

Fitness and Exercise

Science

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with a broad base of knowledge and skills to be able to work in a variety of customer-facing

roles within the active leisure industry, including the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, deliver and supervise safe and

effective exercise programmes within a gym or health club environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

Some experience of gym-based exercises, including free weights, is highly recommended.

The course requires physical exertion, and individual participation is essential; therefore, a degree of physical fitness is necessary.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the nine mandatory units and a minimum of 12 optional units including the minimum requirements for

two of the pathways.

• Unit 1: Skills for entering employment (Y/618/3421).

• Unit 2: Skills for employment interviews (D/618/3422).

• Unit 3: Employment rights and responsibilities (H/618/3423).

• Unit 4: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (A/616/7499).

• Unit 5: Professionalism and customer care for fitness instructors (K/616/7501).

• Unit 6: Health and safety in the fitness environment (M/616/7502).

• Unit 7: Conducting client consultations to support positive behaviour change (A/616/7504)

• Unit 8: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (F/616/7505).

• Unit 9: Lifestyle management for health and wellbeing (K/618/3424).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-diploma-in-health-and-fitness-b

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the broad base of knowledge and skills they need to work in a variety of customerfacing

roles within the active leisure industry, including fitness instructing and leisure operations.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 20 credits from a number of optional units.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (J/507/1218).

• Unit 3: Principles of customer care (L/507/1219).

• Unit 4: Working in active leisure facilities (J/507/1221).

• Unit 5: Health and safety in the workplace (L/507/1222).

• Unit 6: Managing personal and professional development (R/507/1223).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-diploma-in-physical-activity-fitness-and-exercise-science/

ASSESSMENT

Please speak to the Business Development team to discuss further.

This qualification has been approved by the Department for Education as a Technical Certificate for inclusion in the performance

tables.

Active leisure qualifications

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 582 Accreditation number: 603/6348/4

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 582 Accreditation number: 601/6041/X

Total qualification time: 680

Total qualification time: 681 Qualification credit value: 65

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Active IQ Level 2 NVQ Certificate in

Activity Leadership

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Nutrition for Exercise

and Health

INTRODUCTION

This qualification underpins the role of an activity leader in the active leisure sector and is appropriate for individuals who are

planning, delivering and evaluating activity sessions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification will enable learners to develop their knowledge of healthy eating to analyse their client’s nutritional habits and

to be able to offer healthy eating advice linked to their clients’ exercise and lifestyle goals.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus two optional units.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a level 2 fitness instructing qualification or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: The principles of nutrition and their application to exercise and health (J/615/4013).

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Support the work of the team and organisation (Y/601/4483).

• Unit 2: Prepare an activity session (F/601/5532).

• Unit 3: Lead activity sessions (J/601/5533).

• Unit 4: Conclude and review activity sessions (L/601/5534).

• Unit 5: Promote health, safety and welfare in active leisure and recreation (D/601/4484).

• Unit 6: Support equality and diversity in active leisure and recreation (H/601/4485).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-nvq-certificate-in-activity-leadership/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Multiple-choice exam.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 224 Accreditation number: 500/9806/8

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 24 Accreditation number: 603/2784/4

Total qualification time: 300 Qualification credit value: 30

Total qualification time: 70

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Supporting Pre and

Postnatal Clients with

Exercise and Nutrition

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Designing Exercise

Programmes for Older

Adults

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to programme safe and effective exercise for

both pre and postnatal clients, taking into account the physiological and biomechanical changes associated with pregnancy and

the key considerations for pre and postnatal clients taking part in physical activity.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold one of the following, or equivalent:

• Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Level 2 Certificate in Group Training.

• Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training.

• Level 3 Diploma in Instructing Pilates Matwork.

• Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Physical activity, health and nutritional considerations for pre and postnatal clients (M/617/2148).

• Unit 2: Programming safe and effective exercise sessions for pre and postnatal clients (T/617/2149).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills required to design and adapt programmes to meet the

needs of older adults.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold either a Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing, Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training, Level 3 Diploma

in Exercise Referral, Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga or a Level 3 Diploma in Instructing Pilates Matwork or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Physical activity and health considerations for the older adult (H/504/3555).

• Unit 2: Designing and adapting exercise programmes for the older adult (K/504/3556).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 12 Accreditation number: 603/3592/0

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 12 Accreditation number: 601/1148/3

Total qualification time: 30

Total qualification time: 30 Qualification credit value: 6

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Designing Exercise

Programmes for

Disabled Clients

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Conditioning for Exercise

and Sports Performance

INTRODUCTION

This qualification equips learners with the knowledge and skills to design and adapt programmes to meet the needs of disabled

people.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan and instruct sports conditioning programmes

to improve exercise and sports performance.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A suitable Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing, Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training or equivalent qualification.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Physical activity and health considerations for disabled people (Y/615/4856).

• Unit 2: Designing and adapting exercise programmes for disabled clients (H/615/4858).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (or equivalent), a Level 2 Coaching qualification or a Level 2 Activity

Leadership qualification.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Principles of sports conditioning (A/508/4368).

• Unit 2 : Plan, deliver and evaluate sports conditioning programmes (F/508/4369).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 12 Accreditation number: 603/1067/4

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 29 Accreditation number: 601/8835/2

Total qualification time: 30

Total Qualification Time: 63

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Instructing Outdoor

Fitness

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Nutrition for Sport and

Exercise Performance

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to plan and instruct outdoor fitness sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing or equivalent.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at level 2.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to understand nutrition for sport and exercise

performance.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing and Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Physical Activity or Level 3 Certificate

in Personal Training or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Planning and instructing outdoor fitness sessions (M/508/4366).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved, so learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Nutrition for sport and exercise performance (T/508/4367).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 32 Accreditation number: 601/8833/9

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 20 Accreditation number: 601/8834/0

Total Qualification Time: 75

Total Qualification Time: 50

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AVAILABLE IN

ARABIC

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Employment Awareness

in Active Leisure and

Learning

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Personal Training

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to be an introduction to the active leisure sector and its various subsectors, as well as the associated

career opportunities and employment rights and responsibilities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills to work with individuals and small groups of clients as a personal trainer.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A suitable Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Gym) qualification or equivalent.

The course requires physical exertion and individual participation is essential, therefore a degree of physical fitness is necessary.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

• The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding employment rights and responsibilities (J/600/0840).

• Unit 2: Understanding the employing organisation (R/600/1764).

• Unit 3: Understanding the active leisure and learning sector (F/600/1758).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Applied anatomy and physiology for exercise, health and fitness (F/615/4012).

• Unit 2: The principles of nutrition and their application to exercise and health (J/615/4013).

• Unit 3: Understanding lifestyle, health, wellbeing and common medical conditions (R/615/4015).

• Unit 4: Encouraging positive health and fitness behaviours in clients (Y/615/4016).

• Unit 5: Programme design and delivery for personal training (H/615/4018).

• Unit 6: Professionalism and business acumen for personal trainers (D/615/4020).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 12 Accreditation number: 500/7410/6

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 152 Accreditation number: 603/0895/3

Total Qualification Time: 40 Qualification credit value: 8

Total qualification time 430

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Gym Instructing and

Personal Training

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Exercise Referral

INTRODUCTION

This qualification will provide learners with a combination of knowledge and skills to prescribe, plan and deliver safe and effective

exercise programmes and personal training sessions to a range of clients.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with the knowledge to ensure safe and effective exercise programming for

patients with a number of medical conditions and common reasons for referral onto a community-based exercise referral scheme.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the eleven mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (A/616/7499).

• Unit 2: Professionalism and customer care for fitness instructors (K/616/7501).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in the fitness environment (M/616/7502).

• Unit 4: Conducting client consultations to support positive behaviour change (A/616/7504).

• Unit 5: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (F/616/7505).

• Unit 6: Applied anatomy and physiology for exercise, health and fitness (F/615/4012).

• Unit 7: The principles of nutrition and their application to exercise and health (J/615/4013).

• Unit 8: Understanding lifestyle, health, wellbeing and common medical conditions (R/615/4015).

• Unit 9: Encouraging positive health and fitness behaviours in clients (Y/615/4016).

• Unit 10: Programme design and delivery for personal training (H/615/4018).

• Unit 11: Professionalism and business acumen for personal trainers (D/615/4020).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold either a suitable Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Gym, Exercise to Music or Water-based Exercise),

Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training, Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Pilates Matwork or a Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga or

equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for exercise and health (A/600/9051).

• Unit 2: Professional practice for exercise referral instructors (Y/503/7493).

• Unit 3: Understanding medical conditions for exercise referral (R/503/7492).

• Unit 4: Applying the principles of nutrition and physical activity (L/600/9054).

• Unit 5: Planning exercise referral programmes with patients (D/503/7494).

• Unit 6: Instructing exercise with referred patients (L/503/7491).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 294 Accreditation number: 603/2693/1

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 150 Accreditation number: 600/5105/X

Total qualification time 660

Total qualification time 240 Qualification credit value: 38

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NEW FOR

2021

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Health and Fitness

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Instructing Pilates

Matwork

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with a broad base of knowledge and skills to be able to work in a variety of customer-facing

roles within the active leisure industry, including the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, deliver and supervise safe and

effective exercise programmes within a gym or health club environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

Some experience of gym-based exercises, including free weights, is highly recommended.

The course requires physical exertion, and individual participation is essential; therefore, a degree of physical fitness is necessary.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the six mandatory units and a minimum of 15 optional units (10 of these must be at Level 3 or above)

and include the minimum requirements for two of the pathways from the following:

• Personal training.

• Coaching.

• Special populations.

• Long-term conditions.

• Operational service/

Leisure management.

• Health and wellbeing.

Please note: Units can be selected from the following two groups; however, they do not contribute towards the minimum of two

pathway requirements

• Group training. • Other.

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (A/616/7499).

• Unit 2: Professionalism and customer care for fitness instructors (K/616/7501).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in the fitness environment (M/616/7502).

• Unit 4: Conducting client consultations to support positive behaviour change (A/616/7504)

• Unit 5: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (F/616/7505).

• Unit 6: Technology in sport and exercise (M/618/3456).

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills needed to plan and instruct safe and effective Pilates matwork sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 2: Anatomy and physiology for exercise and health (A/600/9051).

• Unit 3: Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity (M/600/9015).

• Unit 4: Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment (T/600/9016).

• Unit 5: Principles of Pilates matwork (D/602/5324).

• Unit 6: Programming Pilates matwork (H/602/5325).

• Unit 7: Instructing Pilates matwork (K/602/5326).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-diploma-in-health-and-fitness-b

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 582 Accreditation number: 603/6354/X

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 150 Accreditation number: 501/1778/6

Total qualification time: 680

Total qualification time: 300 Qualification credit value: 37

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Teaching Yoga

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Fitness Instructing

and Physical Activity

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to plan, prepare and deliver safe

and effective yoga sessions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills to work in a variety of customer-facing roles within the active leisure

industry, including fitness instructing.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. A minimum of two years’ experience of participating in yoga classes is desirable.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements, however, learners should be able to demonstrate their capability to study at Level 3.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Underpinning principles of teaching yoga (L/503/2579).

• Unit 2: Anatomy and physiology for yoga (F/503/2580).

• Unit 3: Planning a series of yoga sessions (J/503/2581).

• Unit 4: Health and safety for yoga (L/503/2583).

• Unit 5: Teaching a yoga session (R/503/2583).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all 8 mandatory units (55 credits) and one of the optional units (8 credits). A total of 63 credits must

be achieved for the qualification. The mandatory units are:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (J/507/1218).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in a physical activity, fitness and sport environment (J/508/6396).

• Unit 4: Delivering exceptional customer care (L/508/6397).

• Unit 5: Enterprise and entrepreneurship (H/507/1209).

• Unit 6: Marketing products and services (Y/507/1210).

• Unit 7: Technology in sport and exercise (D/507/1211).

• Unit 8: Managing personal and professional development (Y/508/6399).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/diploma-in-fitness-instructing-and-physical-activity/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Active leisure qualifications

Please speak to the Business Development Team to discuss these further.

This qualification has approved by the Department for Education as a Tech Level for inclusion in the performance tables.

This qualification has been included in the UCAS tariff and attracts UCAS points.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 78 Accreditation number: 600/2090/8

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 543 Accreditation number: 603/1162/9

Total qualification time: 268 Qualification credit value: 38

Total qualification time: 664 Qualification credit value: 63

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Physical Activity,

Fitness and Exercise

Science

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Personal Training for

Health, Fitness and

Performance

INTRODUCTION

This two-year qualification aims to provide learners with the broad base of knowledge and skills required to be able to work in

a variety of customer-facing roles within the active leisure industry, including fitness instructing, personal training and leisure

operations, as well as the ability to access higher education degree programmes.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the broad base of knowledge and skills required to be able to work as a fitness

instructor and personal trainer, as well as the ability to access higher education degree programmes. This qualification can be

delivered over 1 or 2 years.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

In year 1, the learner must complete all 6 mandatory units listed below plus a minimum of 20 credits from a number of optional

units. Year 1 mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (J/507/1218).

• Unit 3: Principles of customer care (L/507/1219).

• Unit 4: Working in active leisure facilities (J/507/1221).

• Unit 5: Health and safety in the workplace (L/507/1222).

• Unit 6: Managing personal and professional development (R/507/1223).

In year 2, the learner must complete all 8 mandatory units listed below plus a minimum of 20 credits from a number of optional

units. Year 2 mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Applied human biology for exercise and fitness (J/507/1204).

• Unit 2: Principles of nutrition for healthy lifestyles (L/507/1205).

• Unit 3: Conducting consultations with personal training clients (R/507/1206).

• Unit 4: Programme design and delivery for personal training (Y/507/1207).

• Unit 5: Developing exceptional customer care skills (D/507/1208).

• Unit 6: Enterprise and entrepreneurship (H/507/1209).

• Unit 7: Marketing products and services (Y/507/1210).

• Unit 8: Technology in sport and exercise (D/507/1211).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-diploma-in-physical-activity-fitness-and-exercise-science/

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements; however learners should be able to demonstrate their capability to study at level 3.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete all 12 mandatory units (86 credits).

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (J/507/1218).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in a physical activity, fitness and sport environment (J/508/6396).

• Unit 4: Applied human biology for exercise and fitness (J/507/1204).

• Unit 5: Principles of nutrition for healthy lifestyles (L/507/1205).

• Unit 6: Conducting consultations with personal training clients (R/507/1206).

• Unit 7: Programme design and delivery for personal training (Y/507/1207).

• Unit 8: Delivering exceptional customer care (L/508/6397).

• Unit 9: Enterprise and entrepreneurship (H/507/1209).

• Unit 10: Marketing products and services (Y/507/1210).

• Unit 11: Technology in sport and exercise (D/507/1211).

• Unit 12: Managing personal and professional development (Y/508/6399).

ASSESSMENT

Please speak to the Business Development team to discuss further.

This qualification has been approved by the Department for Education as a Tech Level for inclusion in the performance tables.

This qualification has been included in the UCAS tariff and attracts UCAS points.

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ASSESSMENT

Please speak to the Business Development team to discuss further.

This qualification has been approved by the Department for Education as a Tech Level for inclusion in the performance tables.

This qualification has been included in the UCAS tariff and attracts UCAS points.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 1102 Accreditation number: 601/6042/1

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 755 Accreditation number: 601/9003/6

Total qualification time: 1360 Qualification credit value: 131

Total qualification time: 921 Qualification credit value: 86

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Supporting Clients with

Long-term Conditions

Active IQ Level 3 Online Diploma in

Supporting Clients with

Long-term Conditions

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to give learners the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to support clients living with a range

of one or more long-term condition(s), by encouraging them to lead healthier, more active lives to better manage their symptoms

through effective behaviour-change techniques, lifestyle advice and safe and effective exercise prescription.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to give learners the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to support clients living with a range

of one or more long-term condition(s), by encouraging them to lead healthier, more active lives to better manage their symptoms

through effective behaviour-change techniques, lifestyle advice and safe and effective exercise prescription.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 qualification in fitness/gym instructing (not including instructing children), or a suitable

Level 3 qualification in personal training or a Level 3 Diploma in Instructing Pilates Matwork or a Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 qualification in fitness/gym instructing (not including instructing children), or a suitable

Level 3 qualification in personal training or a Level 3 Diploma in Instructing Pilates Matwork or a Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Applied anatomy and physiology for exercise, health and fitness (F/615/4012).

• Unit 2: The health landscape (A/618/1094)

• Unit 3: Managing long-term conditions (F/618/1095)

• Unit 4: Behaviour change for clients with long-term conditions (L/618/1097)

• Unit 5: Planning and adapting physical activity for clients with long-term conditions (M/618/1108)

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Practical demonstration/ assignment.

• eAssessment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Applied anatomy and physiology for exercise, health and fitness (F/615/4012).

• Unit 2: The health landscape (A/618/1094)

• Unit 3: Managing long-term conditions (F/618/1095)

• Unit 4: Behaviour change for clients with long-term conditions (L/618/1097)

• Unit 5: Planning and adapting physical activity for clients with long-term conditions (M/618/1108)

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Practical demonstration/ assignment.

• eAssessment

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 296 Accreditation number: 603/5836/1

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 30 Accreditation number: 603/5836/2

Total qualification time: 674

Total qualification time: 674

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Active IQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in

Personal Training for Health,

Fitness and Performance

Active IQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in

Personal Training

INTRODUCTION

This two- year qualification aims to provide learners with the broad base of knowledge and skills required to be able to work in a

variety of customer-facing roles within the active leisure industry including fitness instructing and personal training, as well as the

ability to access higher education degree programmes.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements; however learners should be able to demonstrate their capability to study at level 3.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Over the two-year programme, learners must complete the 14 mandatory units (93 credits) and a minimum of 40 credits from

any of the optional units.

Mandatory Units

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (J/507/1218).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in a physical activity, fitness and sport environment (J/508/6396).

• Unit 4: Applied human biology for exercise and fitness (J/507/1204).

• Unit 5: Principles of nutrition for healthy lifestyles (L/507/1205).

• Unit 6: Conducting consultations with personal training clients (R/507/1206).

• Unit 7: Programme design and delivery for personal training (Y/507/1207).

• Unit 8: Delivering exceptional customer care (L/508/6397).

• Unit 9: Enterprise and entrepreneurship (H/507/1209).

• Unit 10: Marketing products and services (Y/507/1210).

• Unit 11: Technology in sport and exercise (D/507/1211).

• Unit 12: Managing personal and professional development (Y/508/6399).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-diploma-in-extended-diploma-in-personal-training-for-healthfitness-and-performance/

ASSESSMENT

Please speak to the Business Development team to discuss further.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification will provide individuals with enhanced knowledge and skills to work with individuals and groups in a range of

environments, helping them to develop a successful and sustainable personal training business.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the twelve mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (A/616/7499).

• Unit 2: Professionalism and customer care for fitness instructors (K/616/7501).

• Unit 3: Health and safety in the fitness environment (M/616/7502).

• Unit 4: Conducting client consultations to support positive behaviour change (A/616/7504).

• Unit 5: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise (F/616/7505).

• Unit 6: Applied anatomy and physiology for exercise, health and fitness (F/615/4012).

• Unit 7: The principles of nutrition and their application to exercise and health (J/615/4013).

• Unit 8: Understanding lifestyle, health, well-being and common medical conditions (R/615/4015).

• Unit 9: Delivering client consultations and health and fitness assessments (L/617/3999).

• Unit 10: Personal training for individuals and groups in a range of environments (M/617/400).

• Unit 11: Professionalism and business acumen for personal trainers (D/615/4020).

• Unit 12: Nutrition for sport and exercise performance (T/508/4367).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

Active leisure qualifications

This qualification has been approved by the Department for Education as a Tech Level for inclusion in the performance tables.

This qualification has been included in the UCAS tariff and attracts UCAS points.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 1217 Accreditation number: 601/9002/4

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 390 Accreditation number: 603/4113/0

Total qualification time: 1541 Qualification credit value: 133

Total qualification time: 776

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Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Advanced Personal

Training

Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Instructing Pilates

Matwork

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with enhanced knowledge and skills to fully understand their clients, apply an evidence-based

approach to programming and develop a successful and sustainable personal training business.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification equips learners with additional teaching skills that cover a diverse range of client needs and uses of small

equipment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training or equivalent qualification.

Learners must be able to apply factual and theoretical knowledge, and use a range of cognitive and practical skills to devise

specific solutions for personal training clients.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the two mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Applied techniques to support, enhance and manage the client journey (Y/615/7305).

• Unit 2: Progressing clients towards successful achievement of goals (K/615/7308).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners need to hold the Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Instructing Matwork or an equivalent qualification.

Learners must have a minimum of 6-12 months’ experience in an instructing Pilates matwork post, qualifying at Level 3.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all 3 mandatory units (11 credits), at least 1 unit from Group A (a minimum of 3 credits) and a further

4 credits from any of the optional groups (Group A, B, or C). The mandatory credits are:

• Unit 1: Movement assessment and analysis (T/504/3544).

• Unit 2: Understanding how to progress and prepare for classical Pilates matwork (A/504/3545).

• Unit 3: Understanding modes of progression and regression in a Pilates environment (D/504/3554).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-4/certificate-in-instructing-pilates-matwork/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 155 Accreditation number: 603/1539/8

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 70 Accreditation number: 600/6982/X

Total qualification time: 270

Total qualification time: 130 Qualification credit value: 18

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Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Nutrition Coaching

Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Physical Activity and

Weight Management for

Obese and Diabetic Clients

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to be able to help clients improve

their nutritional habits through personalised coaching. Learners will be able to provide individualised, non-prescriptive, evidencebased

advice to clients. During the qualification learners will cover:

• The role of a nutrition coach, including remit of practice and responsibilities.

• The process of digestion, absorption and utilisation of nutrients.

• The generalisable principles of nutrition.

• How to elicit fat loss and muscle gain through diet.

• How to monitor and adjust things over time.

• How to adapt the generalised principles of nutrition for various populations with differing goals and health states.

• How to perform an effective consultation.

• How to read research in order to objectively assess new information.

• The behavioural aspects of nutrition change, including the psychology of behavioural modification.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

• Learners must have a basic level of nutritional knowledge, this can be in the form of an accredited qualification, e.g.

Active IQ Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Exercise and Health or Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training or nonaccredited

training, e.g. BTN Foundation Academy.

• Learners will need basic IT skills, and at least GCSE-level reading comprehension.

• The course can be completed online, if this is the case for centre specific delivery learners will need access to a computer

with a stable internet connection.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the five mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Evidence-based principles of nutrition (Y/617/5352).

• Unit 2: Conducting research and consultations for nutrition coaching (D/617/5353).

• Unit 3: Applying evidence-based practice to nutrition coaching (H/617/5354).

• Unit 4: Nutrition coaching for sports performance (K/617/5355).

• Unit 5: Nutrition coaching for special populations (M/617/5356).

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is aimed at Level 3 qualified exercise referral instructors. The course enables learners to prescribe, plan,

conduct and review programmes to address the needs of obese and diabetic clients.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold a Level 3 Diploma in Exercise Referral or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Prevalence and classification of obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes (T/506/8007).

• Unit 2: Development and pathophysiology of obesity and diabetes (M/506/8006).

• Unit 3: Planning and delivering physical activity and nutritional strategies for obesity and diabetes management

(K/506/8005).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

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ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• eAssessment.

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 50 Accreditation number: 603/4330/8

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 98 Accreditation number: 601/4932/2

Total qualification time: 250

Total qualification time: 160 Qualification credit value: 16

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Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Physical Activity and

Lifestyle Strategies for

Managing Low Back Pain

Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Strength and

Conditioning

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is aimed at Level 3 qualified exercise referral instructors. The qualification enables learners to prescribe, plan,

conduct and review programmes to address the needs of clients with low back pain.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills to be able to plan, prepare, deliver and review strength and conditioning

programmes that will help athletes to achieve their performance goals.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold a Level 3 Diploma in Exercise Referral or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Prevalence and classification of low back pain (H/506/8004).

• Unit 2: Development and pathology of low back pain (D/506/8003).

• Unit 3: Planning and delivering physical activity and lifestyle strategies for clients with low back pain (Y/506/8002).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training (or equivalent), a Level 3 Coaching qualification (or equivalent) or a

Level 3 Strength and Conditioning qualification (or equivalent).

Learners may also hold relevant higher or further education qualifications that are equivalent to or higher than those listed above

(e.g. physiotherapy, sports therapy).

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the two mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Performance analysis of the activity and athlete (K/615/5266).

• Unit 2: Plan, deliver and evaluate periodised performance-related strength and conditioning programmes (M/615/5267).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

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POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 99 Accreditation number: 601/4931/0

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 152 Accreditation number: 603/1161/7

Total qualification time: 150 Qualification credit value: 15

Total qualification time: 278

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Community sport

qualifications

#begin

withbetter

Contents

3 Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School

Sport

4 Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School

Sport

5 Sports Development

6 Coaching Sports

7 Coaching Sports and Fitness

8 Primary Physical Education Practice

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Active IQ Level 3 Certificate in

Supporting the Delivery

of Physical Education

and School Sport

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Supporting the Delivery

of Physical Education

and School Sport

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to support the delivery of low-risk

activities that contribute to a physical education and school sport programme.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to support the delivery of low-risk curriculum-based

and/or extracurricular activities that contribute to a physical education and school sport programme.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults (F/601/3327).

• Unit 2: Schools as organisations (A/601/3326).

• Unit 3: Understand child and young person development (L/601/1693).

• Unit 4: Understand how to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people (Y/601/1695).

• Unit 5: Support assessment for learning (A/601/4072).

• Unit 6: Plan a physical education and school sport programme (J/505/1759).

• Unit 7: Deliver a physical education and school sport programme (F/505/1761).

• Unit 8: Review the delivery of a physical education and school sport programme (J/505/1762).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults (F/601/3327).

• Unit 2: Schools as organisations (A/601/3326).

• Unit 3: Understand child and young person development (L/601/1693).

• Unit 4: Understand how to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people (Y/601/1695).

• Unit 5: Support assessment for learning (A/601/4072).

• Unit 6: Plan a physical education and school sport programme (J/505/1759).

• Unit 7: Deliver a physical education and school sport programme (F/505/1761).

• Unit 8: Review the delivery of a physical education and school sport programme (J/505/1762).

• Unit 9: Organise and lead a sports event or competition (H/601/8410).

• Unit 10: Preparing for the mentoring role (T/503/5511).

• Unit 11: Support gifted and talented learners (R/601/7723).

• Unit 12: Facilitate community-based sport and physical activity (F/503/0652).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Community sport qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 164 Accreditation number: 601/1248/7

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 283 Accreditation number: 601/1247/5

Total qualification time: 280 Qualification credit value: 28

Total qualification time: 540 Qualification credit value: 54

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Active IQ Level 3 NVQ Diploma in

Sports Development

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Coaching Sports

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides a route into the profession of sports development. The qualification ensures that learners have the

organisational skills and political and social awareness to succeed in this important part of the sport and active leisure industry.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills to work in a variety of customer-facing roles within the active leisure

industry, including coaching sports and physical activities, and working with children.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of four optional units. At least one unit must come from

optional group A, two units from optional group B and the remaining one unit from either optional group A or B.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Manage own resources and professional development (M/502/8458).

• Unit 2: Contribute to strategy development in sport and active leisure (M/503/0534).

• Unit 3: Provide leadership in sport and active leisure (K/502/9690).

• Unit 4: Promote equality and diversity in sport and physical activity (T/503/0535).

• Unit 5: Ensure the health, safety, welfare and security of customers and staff (A/503/0651).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-nvq-diploma-in-sports-development/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements, however, learners should be able to demonstrate their capability to study at Level 3.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the 8 mandatory units (52 credits):

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Health and safety for coaching in different environments (H/615/7341).

• Unit 3: Principles of fundamental movement and sports skills (M/615/7343).

• Unit 4: Planning multisport activity sessions (T/615/7344).

• Unit 5: Coaching multisport activity sessions (A/615/7345).

• Unit 6: Working with children and young people in a coaching environment (J/615/7378).

• Unit 7: Delivering exceptional customer care (L/508/6397).

• Unit 8: Managing personal and professional development (Y/508/6399).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Community sport qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 277 Accreditation number: 601/1152/5

Total qualification time: 640 Qualification credit value: 64

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 365 Accreditation number: 603/1540/4

Total qualification time: 535 Qualification credit value: 52

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Coaching Sports

and Fitness

Active IQ Level 4 Diploma in

Primary Physical

Education Practice

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills to work in a variety of customer-facing roles within the active leisure

industry, including coaching sports and physical activities, fitness instructing and working with children.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements, however, learners should be able to demonstrate their capability to study at Level 3.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the 11 mandatory units (69 credits) and may complete the additional units if required. The mandatory

units are:

• Unit 1: Principles of anatomy, physiology and fitness (F/507/1217).

• Unit 2: Health and safety for coaching in different environments (H/615/7341).

• Unit 3: Principles of fundamental movement and sports skills (M/615/7343).

• Unit 4: Planning multisport activity sessions (T/615/7344).

• Unit 5: Coaching multisport activity sessions (A/615/7345).

• Unit 6: Working with children and young people in a coaching environment (J/615/7378).

• Unit 7: Delivering exceptional customer care (L/508/6397).

• Unit 8: Technology in sport and exercise (D/507/1211).

• Unit 9: Managing personal and professional development (Y/508/6399).

• Unit 10: Conducting client inductions in a gym-based environment to support exercise adherence and a healthy lifestyle

(J/615/7347).

• Unit 11: Planning and instructing gym-based exercise programmes (R/615/7349).

For further information on the additional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/diploma-in-coaching-sports-and-fitness/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be able to contribute to the planning and

development of schemes of work in primary physical education. Learners will be able to devise and deliver learning activities

and lessons linked to the curriculum and technical syllabus for primary physical education, incorporating differentiated learning

activities and assessment for learning, as well as being able to lead extracurricular multi-skill activity sessions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a Level 3 qualification in Supporting Teaching and Learning or Supporting Physical Education in Schools (or

equivalent). In certain circumstances extensive experience of working within primary schools can be considered, but this must be

supported by the school’s head teacher.

Learners must be able to apply factual and theoretical knowledge and be able to use a range of cognitive and practical skills to

support primary physical education practice within schools. This will require learners to work in both predictable and unpredictable

situations using knowledge, skills and competencies pitched at Level 4 on the RQF.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the nine mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of primary physical education (J/616/7957).

• Unit 2: Understanding the physical development of children (R/616/7959).

• Unit 3: Planning multi-skill activity sessions as an extracurricular activity (J/616/7960).

• Unit 4: Delivering multi-skill activity sessions as an extracurricular activity (L/616/7961).

• Unit 5: Evaluate the impact of multi-skill activity sessions (R/616/7962).

• Unit 6: Promote and deliver an active healthy lifestyle (Y/616/7963).

• Unit 7: Plan, deliver and evaluate a unit of work in physical education (H/616/7965).

• Unit 8: Educational gymnastics (primary level) (M/616/7967).

• Unit 9: Leading a school sporting event or competition (M/616/7970).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Community sport qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 562 Accreditation number: 603/1541/6

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 585 Accreditation number: 603/2799/6

Total qualification time: 780 Qualification credit value: 69

Total qualification time: 730

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The outdoors

qualifications

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Contents

3 Introductory Work in the Outdoors

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Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Introductory Work in

the Outdoors

INTRODUCTION

This qualification introduces learners to working in the Outdoors sector.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all of the mandatory units listed below plus one unit from optional group B. Unit(s) from optional group

C will make up the remaining credits.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: General induction for outdoor centre staff (J/600/3821).

• Unit 2: Essentials of customer care for outdoor centre staff (D/600/3825).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-introductory-work-in-the-outdoors/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

The outdoors qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 77 Accreditation number: 601/2340/0

Total qualification time: 140 Qualification credit value: 14

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Leisure operations

& management

qualifications

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3 Pool Operations

4 Leisure Operations

5 Active Leisure, Learning and Well-being Operational

Services

6 Operating Small Pools

7 Managing Pool Operations

8 Leisure Management

9 Leisure Management

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Active IQ Level 2 Award in

Pool Operations

Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Leisure Operations

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with a basic understanding of the operations of swimming pools and other

types of pools and provide the knowledge and skills required to be able to competently carry out pool water testing.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide sport and recreation assistants, pool attendants and other front line staff with the

essential background knowledge from a number of core subjects which will enable them to develop their vocational skills.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at Level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: The principles and practice of pool water treatment and testing (L/617/7339).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a further five credits from the optional units.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Understanding the active leisure and learning sector (Y/600/1734).

• Unit 2: Understanding employment rights and responsibilities (J/600/0840).

• Unit 3: Customer care and diversity in active leisure (T/503/0731).

• Unit 4: Health, safety, security and welfare in active leisure (K/503/0743).

• Unit 5: Developing self in an active leisure job role (Y/503/0737).

• Unit 6: Teamwork in active leisure (L/503/0735).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-leisure-operations/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Leisure operations & management qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 8 Accreditation number: 603/4977/3

Total qualification time: 15

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 111 Accreditation number: 600/8246/X

Total qualification time: 180 Qualification credit value: 18

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Active IQ Level 2 NVQ Certificate in

Active Leisure, Learning

and Well-being

Operational Services

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Operating Small Pools

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is for leisure centre employees responsible for an operation role acting under supervision.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed and a minimum of four optional units.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Give customers a positive impression of yourself and your organisation (L/601/0933).

• Unit 2: Support the work of the team and organisation (Y/601/4483).

• Unit 3: Promote health, safety and welfare in active leisure and recreation (D/601/4484).

• Unit 4: Support equality and diversity in active leisure and recreation (H/601/4485).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-nvq-certificate-in-active-leisure-learning-and-well-beingoperational-services/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with an understanding of the operations of small

swimming pools and other types of pools and provide the knowledge and skills required to operate the plant

safely and be able to competently carry out pool water testing.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at Level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the two mandatory units:

• Unit 1: The principles and practice of pool water treatment and testing (L/617/7339).

• Unit 2: The principles of pool plant operations and chemical safety (F/617/7340).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Leisure operations & management qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 145 Accreditation number: 501/0174/2

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 16 Accreditation number: 603/4976/1

Total qualification time: 200 Qualification credit value: 20

Total qualification time: 33

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Managing Pool

Operations

Active IQ Level 3 Certificate in

Leisure Management

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with an understanding of the technical operations of swimming pools, small

pools, (e.g. school pools, hotel pools, hydrotherapy pools etc.) and to provide the knowledge and skills required to manage and

operate pool plant safely and efficiently.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

There is an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills

in communication pitched at Level 2.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Learners must complete the three mandatory units:

• Unit 1: The principles and practice of pool water treatment and testing (L/617/7339).

• Unit 2: The principles of pool plant operations and chemical safety (F/617/7340).

• Unit 3: The management of pool water quality (J/617/7341).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• eAssessment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to deal with the performance of other staff,

the well-being and safety of customers, as well as the day-to-day operation of a sport and recreation facility.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of two credits from the optional units.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Understanding how to lead a team in active leisure (F/503/0778).

• Unit 2: Promoting customer care in active leisure (K/503/0774).

• Unit 3: Understanding how to manage health, safety and welfare in active leisure (A/503/0780).

• Unit 4: Understanding the active leisure and learning sector (F/600/1758).

• Unit 5: Understanding employment rights and responsibilities (J/600/0840).

• Unit 6: Continuing professional development in active leisure (J/503/0782).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-certificate-in-leisure-management/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Leisure operations & management qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 26 Accreditation number: 603/4975/X

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 111 Accreditation number: 600/1266/3

Total qualification time: 53

Total qualification time: 180 Qualification credit value: 18

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Active IQ Level 3 NVQ Diploma in

Leisure Management

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to enable learners to prove their competency, knowledge and skills in dealing with the performance

of other staff, the well-being and safety of customers, as well as the day-to-day operation of a sport and recreation facility.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed below plus a minimum of two credits from optional group A and a

minimum of five credits from optional group B.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Understanding how to lead a team in active leisure (F/503/0778).

• Unit 2: Promoting customer care in active leisure (K/503/0774).

• Unit 3: Understanding how to manage health, safety and welfare in active leisure (A/503/0780).

• Unit 4: Understanding the active leisure and learning sector (F/600/1758).

• Unit 5: Understanding employment rights and responsibilities (J/600/0840).

• Unit 6: Continuing professional development in active leisure (J/503/0782).

• Unit 7: Understanding the employing organisation (R/600/1764).

• Unit 8: Manage own professional development within an active leisure organisation (Y/503/0866).

• Unit 9: Set objectives and provide support for an active leisure team (H/503/0871).

• Unit 10: Ensure the health, safety, welfare and security of customers and staff in an active leisure environment

(M/503/0873).

• Unit 11: Improve the customer’s experience in active leisure (R/503/0865).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-nvq-diploma-in-leisure-management/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Leisure operations & management qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 234 Accreditation number: 600/1446/5

Total qualification time: 410 Qualification credit value: 41

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Sports massage

qualifications

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Contents

3 Sports Massage Therapy

4 Sports Massage Therapy

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Sports Massage

Therapy

Active IQ Level 4 Diploma in

Sports Massage

Therapy

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to deliver sports massage therapy to a range

of clients who have dysfunctional tissue without acute/post-acute injuries or underlying pathological conditions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to treat and/or seek to correct common

patterns of dysfunction and suitable pre-diagnosed injuries.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold a suitable Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for sports massage (J/506/7220).

• Unit 2: Principles of health and fitness (R/506/7222).

• Unit 3: Understand the principles of soft tissue dysfunction (Y/506/7223).

• Unit 4: Professional practice in sports massage (D/506/7224).

• Unit 5: Sports massage treatments (T/506/7228).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Conducting subjective and objective assessment (D/506/7501).

• Unit 2: Provide sports massage techniques to prevent and manage injury (H/506/7502).

• Unit 3: Treatment modalities to support soft tissue repair (K/506/7503).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Sports massage qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 225 Accreditation number: 601/4930/9

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 128 Accreditation number: 601/4929/2

Total qualification time: 370 Qualification credit value: 37

Total qualification time: 190 Qualification credit value: 19

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First aid

qualifications

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Contents

3 Emergency First Aid at Work

4 First Aid at Work

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Emergency First Aid

at Work

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

First Aid at Work

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to be able to respond to an emergency first aid

situation.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to be able to respond to first aid situations in

the workplace.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Emergency first aid in the workplace (A/504/4517).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Emergency first aid in the workplace (A/504/4517).

• Unit 2: Recognition and management of illness and injury in the workplace (F/504/4518).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

First aid qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 6 Accreditation number: 603/2388/7

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 18 Accreditation number: 603/2387/5

Total qualification time: 7 Qualification credit value: 1

Total qualification time: 22 Qualification credit value: 3

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Customer service

qualifications

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Contents

3 Customer Service

4 Customer Service and Professional Development

5 Customer Service

6 Customer Service

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Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Customer Service

Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Customer Service

and Professional

Development

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to provide learners with the underpinning knowledge of customer service, the legislation relating to the

customer environment and the relationship between customer service and brand. Learners are given the opportunity to develop

their knowledge and skills in delivering an exceptional customer experience including communication skills, making a good

impression, dealing with customers in a variety of situations and being able to resolve customer service problems.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the three mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of customer service (T/616/7789).

• Unit 2: Delivering an exceptional customer experience (K/616/7790).

• Unit 3: Resolve customer service problems (M/616/7791).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the essential customer service knowledge and skills required by those who wish to

pursue or further a career in customer service.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements but learners must have access to a real work environment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understand the principles of effective customer service (H/506/5314).

• Unit 2: Principles of developing customer service (M/506/5316).

• Unit 3: Principles of personal and professional development (M/506/5347).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

Customer service qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 200 Accreditation number: 603/2800/9

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 105 Accreditation number: 601/3757/5

Total qualification time: 260

Total qualification time: 120 Qualification credit value: 16

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Active IQ Level 2 Diploma in

Customer Service

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Customer Service

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the essential customer service knowledge and skills required for those who wish to

pursue or further a career in customer service.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the essential customer service knowledge and skills required for those who wish to

pursue or further a career in customer service.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all of the mandatory units listed below plus a minimum of 3 credits from optional group B, a minimum

of 16 credits from optional group C and a maximum of 7 credits from optional group D.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Deliver customer service (A/506/2130).

• Unit 2: Understand customers (F/506/2131).

• Unit 3: Principles of customer service (J/506/2132).

• Unit 4: Understand employer organisations (A/506/1964).

• Unit 5: Manage personal performance and development (L/506/1788).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-customer-service-and-professional-development/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 15 credits from optional group B and a maximum of

9 credits from optional group C.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Organise and deliver customer service (L/506/2150).

• Unit 2: Understand the customer service environment (Y/506/2152).

• Unit 3: Resolve customers’ problems (K/506/2169).

• Unit 4: Principles of business (D/506/1942).

• Unit 5: Manage personal performance and professional development (T/506/2952).

• Unit 6: Understand customers and customer retention (J/506/2910).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-diploma-in-customer-service/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Customer service qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 245 Accreditation number: 601/3544/X

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 289 Accreditation number: 601/3545/1

Total qualification time: 450 Qualification credit value: 45

Total qualification time: 550 Qualification credit value: 55

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Business

administration

qualifications

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4 Business Administration

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Active IQ Level 2 Diploma in

Business

Administration

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Business

Administration

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with a combination of the essential business administration knowledge and skills needed by

those who wish to pursue or further a career in an administrative environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the essential business administration knowledge and skills needed by those who wish to

pursue or further a career in an administrative environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 14 credits from optional group B, a maximum of 10

credits from optional group C and a maximum of 6 credits from optional group D.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Communication in a business environment (H/506/1893).

• Unit 2: Understand employer organisations (A/506/1964).

• Unit 3: Principles of providing administrative services (J/506/1899).

• Unit 4: Principles of business document production and information management (T/506/1901).

• Unit 5: Manage personal performance and development (L/506/1788).

• Unit 6: Develop working relationships with colleagues (R/506/1789).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-diploma-in-business-administration/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 13 credits from optional group B, a maximum of 10

credits from optional group C and a maximum of 8 credits from optional group D.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Principles of business (D/506/1942).

• Unit 2: Principles of business communication and information (R/506/1940).

• Unit 3: Communicate in a business environment (Y/506/1910).

• Unit 4: Principles of administration (Y/506/1941).

• Unit 5: Manage personal and professional development (T/506/2952).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-diploma-in-business-administration/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Business administration qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 229 Accreditation number: 601/3546/3

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 282 Accreditation number: 601/3547/5

Total qualification time: 450 Qualification credit value: 45

Total qualification time: 580 Qualification credit value: 58

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Management

and leadership

qualifications

#begin

Contents

3 Team Leading

4 Management

5 Management

6 Management and Leadership

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Active IQ Level 2 Diploma in

Team Leading

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Management

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides the knowledge and skills needed by team leaders, section leaders, floor managers, help desk managers

and a range of other team leader positions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is aimed at developing individuals working as first line managers, section managers and assistant managers

and those working in a range of other management positions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements, but learners will need to currently be in an appropriate team leadership role. As this is

a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 12 credits from optional group B and a maximum of

6 credits from optional group C.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Manage personal performance and development (L/506/1788).

• Unit 2: Communicate work-related information (T/506/1798).

• Unit 3: Lead and manage a team (H/506/1800).

• Unit 4: Principles of team leading (R/506/2294).

• Unit 5: Understand business (R/506/2957).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-diploma-in-team-leading/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements, but learners will need to currently be in an appropriate management role. As this is a

competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 17 credits from optional group B and a maximum of

7 credits from optional group C.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Manage personal and professional development (T/506/2952).

• Unit 2: Manage team performance (A/506/1821).

• Unit 3: Principles of leadership and management (F/506/2596).

• Unit 4: Principles of people management (R/506/1937).

• Unit 5: Principles of business (D/506/1942).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-diploma-in-management/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Management and leadership qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 201 Accreditation number: 601/3548/7

Total qualification time: 400 Qualification credit value: 40

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 284 Accreditation number: 601/3701/0

Total qualification time: 550 Qualification credit value: 55

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Active IQ Level 4 NVQ Diploma in

Management

Active IQ Level 5 NVQ Diploma in

Management and

Leadership

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is aimed at developing individuals working in a range of management positions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is aimed at developing individuals working in a range of senior management and leadership positions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 20 credits from optional group B and a maximum of

16 credits from optional group C.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Provide leadership and management (L/506/1953).

• Unit 2: Develop and implement an operational plan (Y/506/1955).

• Unit 3: Develop working relationships with stakeholders (F/506/1982).

• Unit 4: Manage personal and professional development (T/506/2952).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-4/active-iq-level-4-nvq-diploma-in-management/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of 23 credits from optional group B and a maximum of

8 credits from optional group C.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Contribute to the development of a strategic plan (A/506/2046).

• Unit 2: Design business processes (D/506/2055).

• Unit 3: Manage strategic change (H/506/2056).

• Unit 4: Provide leadership and management (L/506/1953).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-5/active-iq-level-5-nvq-diploma-in-management-and-leadership/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Management and leadership qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 214 Accreditation number: 601/3549/9

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 237 Accreditation number: 601/3550/5

Total qualification time: 530 Qualification credit value: 53

Total qualification time: 530 Qualification credit value: 53

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Teaching, assessing

& verifying

qualifications

#begin

withbetter

Contents

3 Education and Training

4 Understanding the Principles and Practices of

Assessment

5 Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement

6 Assessing Competence in the Work Environment

7 Understanding the Development and Delivery of Endpoint

Assessment

8 Assessing Vocational Achievement

9 Education and Training

10 Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of

Assessment Processes and Practice

11 Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes

and Practice

12 Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Education and Training

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Understanding the

Principles and Practices

of Assessment

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills required to teach in the further education sector.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. However, learners must be 19+ and competent in the area in which they wish to teach.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the mandatory unit listed below plus six credits from optional group B and three credits from optional

group C.

Mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training (H/505/0053).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-award-in-education-and-training/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification assesses knowledge and understanding of the principles and practices of assessment without any requirement

to act as an assessor.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. However, learners must be 19+ and have occupational and technical competence in

the area(s) that they wish to assess.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of assessment (D/601/5313).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

Teaching, assessing & verifying qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 48 Accreditation number: 601/0143/X

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 24 Accreditation number: 501/0167/5

Total qualification time: 120 Qualification credit value: 12

Total qualification time: 30 Qualification credit value: 3

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Assessing Vocationally

Related Achievement

Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Assessing Competence

in the Work Environment

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is intended for those who assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding in environments other than

the work environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. However, learners must be 19+ and have occupational and technical competence in

the area(s) that they wish to assess.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of assessment (D/601/5313).

• Unit 2: Assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding (F/601/5319).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is aimed at developing individuals working in a range of management positions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This qualification is intended for those who assess skills, knowledge and occupational competence in the work environment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of assessment (D/601/5313).

• Unit 2: Assess occupational competence in the work environment (H/601/5314).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Teaching, assessing & verifying qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 54 Accreditation number: 501/0162/6

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 54 Accreditation number: 501/0168/7

Total qualification time: 90 Qualification credit value: 9

Total qualification time: 90 Qualification credit value: 9

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Active IQ Level 3 Award in

Understanding the

Development and Delivery

of End-point Assessment

Active IQ Level 3 Certificate in

Assessing Vocational

Achievement

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to provide learners with and understanding of how end-point assessments are developed and

delivered and the knowledge and skills to be able to plan an end-point assessment. Learners will also cover how to involve

apprentices, employers and training providers in end-point assessments, how to make end-point assessment decisions and how

end-point assessments are quality assured.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This qualification is open to all (learners must be 19 years old or over).

Please note: For learners who wish to go on and deliver end-point assessments that must have occupational and technical

competence in the areas that they wish to assess and meet the minimum requirements as set out in the relevant assessment

plan.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the one mandatory unit:

• Unit 1: Understanding the development and delivery of end-point assessment (R/618/5572).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Practical demonstration/ assignment.

• eAssessment.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is intended for those who assess both occupational competence and vocational skills, knowledge and

understanding in environments other than the workplace.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. However, learners must be 19+ and have occupational and technical competence in

the area(s) that they wish to assess.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of assessment (D/601/5313).

• Unit 2: Assess vocational skills, knowledge and understanding (F/601/5319).

• Unit 3: Assess occupational competence in the work environment (H/601/5314).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Teaching, assessing & verifying qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 10 Accreditation number: 603/6845/7

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 84 Accreditation number: 501/0163/8

Total qualification time: 30

Total qualification time: 150 Qualification credit value: 15

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Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Education and Training

Active IQ Level 4 Award in

Understanding the Internal

Quality Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills to confirm occupational competency as a teacher, trainer or

tutor in the further education sector.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is intended for those who wish to gain an understanding of the principles and practices of internal quality

assurance without any requirement to quality assure.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. However, learners must be 19+ and competent in the area in which they wish to teach.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete the 5 mandatory units listed below plus 15 credits from optional group B.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training (H/505/0053).

• Unit 2: Planning to meet the needs of learners in education and training (A/505/1189).

• Unit 3: Delivering education and training (M/505/0122).

• Unit 4: Assessing learners in education and training (F/505/0125).

• Unit 5: Using resources for education and training (L/505/0127).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-4/active-iq-level-4-certificate-in-education-and-training/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Please speak to the Business Development team to find out more.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of internally assuring the quality of assessment (T/601/5320).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

Teaching, assessing & verifying qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 140 Accreditation number: 601/7964/8

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 45 Accreditation number: 501/0169/9

Total qualification time: 360 Qualification credit value: 36

Total qualification time: 60 Qualification credit value: 6

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Active IQ Level 4 Award in the

Internal Quality Assurance of

Assessment Processes and

Practice

Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in

Leading the Internal Quality

Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is intended for those who maintain the quality of assessment from within an organisation or assessment centre.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is intended for those who lead a team of internal quality assurance staff.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Please speak to the Business Development team for more information.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Please speak to the Business Development team for more information.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of internally assuring the quality of assessment (T/601/5320).

• Unit 2: Internally assure the quality of assessment (A/601/5321).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is internally assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Understanding the principles and practices of internally assuring the quality of assessment (T/601/5320).

• Unit 2: Internally assure the quality of assessment (A/601/5321).

• Unit 3: Plan, allocate and monitor work in own area of responsibility (H/600/9674).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Coursework.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

Teaching, assessing & verifying qualifications

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 90 Accreditation number: 501/0165/1

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 115 Accreditation number: 501/0826/8

Total qualification time: 120 Qualification credit value: 12

Total qualification time: 170 Qualification credit value: 17

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Qualifications

delivered in

Wales & N.Ireland

as part of an apprenticeship

#begin

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Contents

3 Fitness Instructing

4 Fitness Instruction and Self-Development in Active

Leisure

5 Instructing Exercise and Fitness

6 Personal Training

7 Fitness Instructing and Personal Training

8 Personal Training and Business Skills for Fitness

Professionals

9 Personal Training

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Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Fitness Instructing

Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Fitness Instruction

and Self-Development

in Active Leisure

INTRODUCTION

This qualification provides the knowledge and skills needed to enable learners to plan, deliver and evaluate safe and effective

sessions.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification aims to train learners to a professionally competent level, enabling them to prescribe, plan and deliver safe and

effective exercise sessions within a gym or health club environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus one optional pairing in the context of either gym, exercise to music,

water-based exercise or physical activity for children.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for exercise (H/600/9013).

• Unit 2: Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity (M/600/9015).

• Unit 3: Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment (T/600/9016).

• Unit 4: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-fitness-instructing-gym/

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-fitness-instructing-aqua/

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-fitness-instructing-children/

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-fitness-instructing-etm/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all of the mandatory units listed plus a minimum of ten credits from one of the optional pairings in the

context of either gym, exercise to music or water-based exercise.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for exercise (H/600/9013).

• Unit 2: Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity (M/600/9015).

• Unit 3: Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment (T/600/9016).

• Unit 4: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 5: Developing self in an active leisure job role (Y/503/0737).

For further information on the optional units please download the qualification guidance:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-certificate-in-fitness-instruction-and-self-development-inactive-leisure/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Multiple-choice exam.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

Qualifications delivered in Wales & N.Ireland

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 157 Accreditation number: 500/8756/3

Total qualification time: 230 Qualification credit value: 23

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 163 Accreditation number: 601/0298/6

Total qualification time: 250 Qualification credit value: 25

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Active IQ Level 2 NVQ Diploma in

Instructing Exercise

and Fitness

Active IQ Level 3 Certificate in

Personal Training

INTRODUCTION

This qualification underpins the role of a fitness instructor and can be achieved in the context of gym, exercise to music, waterbased

exercise or physical activity for children.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the knowledge and skills to work with individuals and groups of clients in a personal training

setting.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold a Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing qualification or equivalent. As this is a competency-based

qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed plus two optional units from a specific pathway.

Mandatory units:

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for exercise (H/600/9013).

• Unit 2: Work with clients to help them adhere to exercise and physical activity (A/601/7361).

• Unit 3: Reflect on and develop own practice in providing exercise and physical activity (F/601/7362).

• Unit 4: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 5: Promote health, safety and welfare in active leisure and recreation (D/601/4484).

For further information on the optional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-nvq-diploma-in-instructing-exercise-and-fitness-gym/

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-nvq-diploma-in-instructing-exercise-and-fitness-aqua/

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-nvq-diploma-in-instructing-exercise-and-fitness-children/

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-2/active-iq-level-2-nvq-diploma-in-instructing-exercise-and-fitness-exercise-tomusic/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Coursework.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Learners must hold a suitable Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Gym) qualification or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity (M/600/9015).

• Unit 2: Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment (T/600/9016).

• Unit 3: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 4: Anatomy and physiology for exercise and health (A/600/9051).

• Unit 5: Programming personal training with clients (F/600/9052).

• Unit 6: Delivering personal training sessions (J/600/9053).

• Unit 7: Applying the principles of nutrition to a physical activity programme (L/600/9054).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

Qualifications delivered in Wales & N.Ireland

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 242 Accreditation number: 500/9640/0

Total qualification time: 370 Qualification credit value: 37

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 245 Accreditation number: 500/8820/8

Total qualification time 360 Qualification credit value: 36

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Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Fitness Instructing and

Personal Training

Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Personal Training and

Business Skills for

Fitness Professionals

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to train learners to a professionally competent level, enabling them to prescribe, plan and deliver

safe and effective exercise programmes and develop their skills and knowledge to pursue a career as a personal trainer.

INTRODUCTION

This qualification is designed to train learners to prescribe, plan and deliver safe and effective exercise programmes and develop

their skills and knowledge to pursue a career as a personal trainer.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Gym)

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for exercise (H/600/9013).

• Unit 2: Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity (M/600/9015).

• Unit 3: Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment (T/600/9016).

• Unit 4: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 5: Planning gym-based exercise (F/600/9018).

• Unit 6: Instructing gym-based exercise (A/600/9020).

Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training

• Unit 7: Anatomy and physiology for exercise and health (A/600/9051).

• Unit 8: Applying the principles of nutrition to a physical activity programme (L/600/9054).

• Unit 9: Programming personal training with clients (F/600/9052).

• Unit 10: Delivering personal training sessions (J/600/9053).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The learner must hold a suitable Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Gym) qualification or equivalent.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete:

• Unit 1: Anatomy and physiology for exercise and health (A/600/9051).

• Unit 2: Know how to support clients who take part in exercise and physical activity (M/600/9015).

• Unit 3: Health, safety and welfare in a fitness environment (T/600/9016).

• Unit 4: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 5: Applying the principles of nutrition to a physical activity programme (L/600/9054).

• Unit 6: Programming personal training with clients (F/600/9052).

• Unit 7: Delivering personal training sessions (J/600/9053).

• Unit 8: Improving your business skills (F/503/1798).

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

Qualifications delivered in Wales & N.Ireland

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 346 Accreditation number: 600/4941/8

Total qualification time: 520 Qualification credit value: 52

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 261 Accreditation number: 600/9744/9

Total qualification time 380 Qualification credit value: 38

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Active IQ Level 3 NVQ Diploma in

Personal Training

INTRODUCTION

This qualification gives learners the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills of working with individuals and groups

of clients in a personal training setting.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific entry requirements. As this is a competency-based qualification, learners will need to be assessed in the

workplace.

QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

The learner must complete all the mandatory units listed and can complete additional units if appropriate.

• Unit 1: Reflect on and develop own practice in providing exercise and physical activity (F/601/7362).

• Unit 2: Principles of exercise, fitness and health (A/600/9017).

• Unit 3: Promote health, safety and welfare in active leisure and recreation (D/601/4484).

• Unit 4: Anatomy and physiology for exercise and health (A/600/9051).

• Unit 5: Motivate clients to maintain long-term adherences to exercise and physical activity (K/601/7758).

• Unit 6: Evaluate exercise and physical activity programmes (M/601/7759).

• Unit 7: Design, manage and adapt a personal training programme with clients (H/601/7760).

• Unit 8: Deliver exercise and physical activity as part of a personal training programme (K/601/7761).

• Unit 9: Apply the principles of nutrition to support client goals as part of an exercise and physical activity programme

(M/601/7762).

For further information on the additional units please download the learner achievement portfolio:

https://www.activeiq.co.uk/qualifications/level-3/active-iq-level-3-nvq-diploma-in-personal-training/

ASSESSMENT

This qualification is assessed by:

• Portfolio of evidence.

• Practical demonstration/assignment.

• Coursework.

• Multiple-choice exam.

KEY

POINT

Please note: this qualification is no longer recognised to give entry to CIMSPA

Qualifications delivered in Wales & N.Ireland

POINT OF

INTEREST

HOURS

ACCREDITATIONS

Guided learning hours: 295 Accreditation number: 500/9305/8

Total qualification time 480 Qualification credit value: 48

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End-point

Assessment

#begin

Contents

3 About End-point Assessment

3 Background to Apprenticeships

5 Resources

5 EPA Pro

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About End-point

Assessment

Initial Assessment

At the start of any apprenticeship, an initial assessment is completed during the enrolment process. This is

conducted by the training provider in partnership with the employer where appropriate, and helps to determine the

appropriate starting point for the apprentice. It is recommended that during the initial assessment the apprentice’s

learning needs are reviewed and recorded as part of the learning and development programme.

How do they work?

Active IQ was one of the first End-point Assessment Organisations (EPAOs) within the physical activity sector to be

approved on the Register of End-point Assessment Organisations. We have a breadth of expertise and experience

ensuring the products and services we provide employers, providers and apprentices are of the highest quality

design and content.

Government has reformed the way apprenticeships are delivered and funded in England, with the ambition to

increase the number of high-quality apprenticeships to meet the needs of employers. As part of these reforms,

apprenticeships are more rigorous, better structured, independently assessed and clearly aligned to the needs of

employers.

Employers can be confident when selecting future employees who have successfully achieved an apprenticeship,

that they are able to carry out any job-specific obligations in a competent and professional manner.

As a fully approved EPAO, Active IQ can offer employers a guarantee that any apprentice assessed by our team will

fully meet the required standard specified within an apprenticeship assessment plan. To ensure consistency, Active

IQ has been working closely with trailblazer groups and employers to ensure that apprentices are fully equipped and

ready to achieve a strong foundation on which to build their career.

Background to Apprenticeships

What is an apprenticeship?

Apprentices must spend at least 20% of their time devoted to off-the-job training and it is up to the employer and

training provider to decide how this training is delivered.

It must be directly relevant to the apprenticeship standard, and can be delivered at the apprentice’s usual place of

work, but separate to their normal working duties. Any qualifications specified within an apprenticeship standard

can be classed as off-the-job training along with any employment mentoring, eLearning, webinars, job shadowing

and support given by peers.

The Gateway

Once the employer is satisfied the apprentice has developed all of the knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs)

outlined in the apprenticeship standard, a formal meeting must be held to sign off the apprentice as ready to

access their End-point Assessment. This meeting usually includes the apprentice, their line manager and the onprogramme

training provider. At this stage any specified qualification, must be completed before the apprentice

can pass through the gateway onto their End-point Assessment. They must have also achieved English and maths

Functional Skills (or equivalent) prior to completing their gateway assessment.

End-point Assessment

The final stage of an apprenticeship journey is the End-point Assessment. This is where the apprentice must

demonstrate they can perform the relevant skills and behaviours relevant to the job role in a fully competent and

productive way specified within the apprenticeship assessment plan. All end-point assessments will be planned,

delivered and graded by Active IQ’s team of occupationally expert assessors. Active IQ maintains quality using

a rigorous approach to assessor selection, training, standardisation of assessment decisions and robust quality

assurance, ensuring the integrity of assessment plans are always maintained.

End-point Assessment

An apprenticeship is a genuine job with a skills development programme incorporated within it, including a number

of embedded assessments and progress checks along the way. Individuals undertaking an apprenticeship reap all

the benefits of employment while they learn and gain valuable skills and knowledge in a specific job role. Employers

are in the driving seat designing the apprenticeship training programme with the support of a training provider, if

preferred, to ensure that their apprentice can meet the demands of the job and eventually pass their End-point

Assessment, marking the successful conclusion of their apprenticeship.

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Resources

EPA Pro

Active IQ provides End-point Assessment toolkits for each standard we are approved to deliver. The toolkits include

essential information for apprentices (e.g. comprehensive guidance on what to expect immediately prior to, and

during their End-point Assessment), plus all the applicable assessment paperwork to help the apprentice fully

prepare for their End-point Assessment. Active IQ offers a suite of additional qualifications (whether mandated

or recommended) which underpin the apprenticeship standard. Each of these additional qualifications are fully

resourced with supporting manuals, a learner achievement portfolio, specific assessment guidance, schemes of

work and lesson plans. Additionally, many of our qualifications have additional webinars and eLearning support.

To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme providers will need to

gain Active IQ centre approval. We offer free Active IQ centre approval to all organisations that partner with us to

deliver End-point Assessments. To find out more, please contact us at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

Functional Skills

Active IQ offers Functional Skills in English and maths as part of our ‘one stop shop’ apprenticeship offer, working

closely with our partner Skillsfirst to deliver this service.

Skillsfirst provides an on-demand, eAssessment solution for all Functional Skills, and the service includes the

following support:

• Initial screening and assessment of individuals online by Hodder Education.

Apprenticeships by Active IQ have partnered with EPA Pro to support the management and facilitation of our Endpoint

Assessment offer.

EPA Pro has been developed based on experience and collaboration with industry experts. They have developed

a platform that supports the employer/provider and caters for the apprenticeship journey from registration to

certification with minimum fuss.

The system supports you with registration bulk import & update tools allowing fast registration of apprentices.

Comprehensive support materials and contract management mean you are fully informed and supported.

End-point Assessment

• Both onscreen and paper-based tests.

• English Speaking, Listening and Communicating (SLC) assessment tasks.

• Practice papers.

• Senior Examiner reports, showing trends in performance.

• Tutorial videos, guides and support via an online assessment portal.

• An Active IQ external verifier (EV).

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End-point

Assessment

Standards

#begin

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Contents

3 Community Activator Coach

4 Customer Service Practitioner

5 Early Years Practitioner

6 Facilities Services Operative

7 Leisure Team Member

8 Passenger Transport Operative

9 Passenger Transport Service Operations Team

Member

10 Business Administrator

11 Community Sport and Health Officer

12 Customer Service Specialist

13 Early Years Educator

14 Facilities Management Supervisor

15 Learning Mentor

16 Leisure Duty Manager

17 Outdoor Activity Instructor

18 Personal Trainer

19 Teaching Assistant

20 Team Leader / Supervisor

21 Assessor/Coach

22 Facilities Manager

23 Passenger Transport Operations Manager

24 Sports Coach

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Level 2

Community Activator

Coach

Level 2

Customer Service

Practitioner

INTRODUCTION

The role of a community activator coach is to play a key role in communities, improving the health and wellbeing of the nation. It

involves providing a positive environment that supports people – especially the young – to grow and develop through sport and

physical activity. The community activator coach promotes and delivers fun, inclusive and engaging activities designed to help

everyone.

ASSESSMENT

• Practical coaching observation.

• Presentation with questions and answers.

• Panel interview

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

And

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Gym Instructing.

Or

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in

Promoting Community Health and

Wellbeing.

Learner resources

• Community Activator Coach Apprentice Toolkit.

• eLearning

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for an interview.

And

• Promoting community health and wellbeing.

• Behaviour change.

Or

• Gym instructing.

And

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Promoting Community Health

and Wellbeing eManual.

Or

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing eManual.

Or

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in

Coaching Sports

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

And

• Coaching lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

Or

• Gym instructing lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

INTRODUCTION

The role of a customer service practitioner is to meet each customer’s requirements across all channels, whether through face to

face contact, over the phone, by email or via social media. Good customer service is a vital part of being a successful company

which promotes a professional reputation, making this role essential.

ASSESSMENT

• Apprentice showcase.

• Practical observation.

• Professional discussion.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service.

Learner resources

• Customer Service Practitioner Apprentice Toolkit.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service eManual.

• eLearning

• Customer service.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Customer service lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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Level 2

Early Years

Practitioner

Level 2

Facilities Services

Operative

INTRODUCTION

Early Years Practitioners work and interact directly with children on a day-to-day basis supporting the planning of and delivery of

activities, purposeful play opportunities and educational programmes within the ethos of the setting. They deliver the Early Years

Foundation Stage (EYFS) requirements set by government for the learning, development and care of children from birth to 5 in

both indoor and outdoor environments.

ASSESSMENT

• Knowledge test.

• Professional discussion.

MANDATED QUALIFICATIONS

• Level 2 Early Years Practitioner,

please see https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/eyfs-staffchild-ratios-dfe-approved-qualifications

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

Learner resources

• Early Years Practitioner apprentice toolkit.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• eLearning

• Preparing for a knowledge test.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

• Safeguarding in Early Years.

• Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.

• KSB microlearning units.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Mock knowledge test.

• Safeguarding lecture pack.

INTRODUCTION

A Facilities Services Operative (FSO) is a broad description of someone who provides facilities services support

to customers and facilities management departments. Beyond their immediate team, FSOs liaise with colleagues

in other departments (e.g. Finance, Procurement/Commercial) and collaborate with technical experts and other

facilities management-related roles such as; security personnel, cleaners, catering and front-of-house staff.

ASSESSMENT

• Knowledge test.

• Workplace observation and follow up questions and answers.

• Professional discussion of facilities management performance and knowledge.

MANDATED QUALIFICATIONS

• Level 2 Certificate in Facilities Services Principles*

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

• Facilities Services Operative apprentice toolkit.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• eLearning

• Preparing for a knowledge test.

• Preparing for an observatio.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

• KSB microlearning units.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Mock knowledge test.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

*Please note, Active IQ does not offer this qualification. Approval with a recognised

Awarding Organisation to deliver this qualification will be required.

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Level 2

Leisure Team Member

Level 2

Passenger Transport

Operative†

INTRODUCTION

The role of a leisure team member is to support, enhance and deliver the day-to-day operations and services of a leisure or fitness

facility. Working as part of a team, the leisure team member carries out a range of operational duties such as assisting with the

opening and closing of the facility, undertaking routine maintenance of equipment, and maintaining the cleanliness and safety of

the environment. The leisure team member therefore plays a vital role in promoting a positive customer experience.

ASSESSMENT

• Professional discussion.

• Observation of practical activities with questioning.

MANDATED QUALIFICATIONS

• Level 2 Award in Pool Lifeguarding.

• Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Swimming.

• Level 3 Award in First Aid.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work.

Learner resources

• Leisure Team Member Apprentice Toolkit.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing eManual.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work eManual.

• eLearning

• Gym instructing.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Gym instructing and first aid at work lecture

packs which include:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

Active IQ have a partnership and preferred supplier arrangement with Safety Training Awards to offer the STA Level 2 Award

in Pool Lifeguarding and the STA Level 2 Certificate in Swimming Teaching. Our partnership with Safety Training Awards brings

cohesion and continuity to employers, providers and their apprentices. For more information please contact apprenticeships@

activeiq.co.uk

INTRODUCTION

Passenger transport operatives work in the wide variety of settings that enable customers to travel on the public transport

network. They help customers travel safely, on time and in comfort from the beginning to the end of their chosen journey.

ASSESSMENT

• Observation with questions.

• Interview underpinned by portfolio.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

Passenger Transport Operative EPA eResources including:

• Apprentice toolkit.

• EPA timeline.

• ‘Preparing for…’ eLearning.

• KSB microlearning units.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

End-point Assessment Standards

Please note: registration on to these qualifications are not included within the Active IQ End Point Assessment fee,

further charges and centre approval with STA will apply.

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

†Please note, this is an update to the Level 2 Passenger Transport Onboard and Station

Team Member (V1.0) standard. Any apprentices starting on-programme prior to 25/11/2021

should be assessed against the previous version.

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Level 2

Passenger Transport Service

Operations (Onboard and

Station) Team Member†

Level 3

Business Administrator

INTRODUCTION

The role of a passenger transport service operations team member is to be the face of the passenger transport service, delivering

front line customer services either onboard or in stations. This can involve a range of activities, including being responsible for

ensuring passengers board the correct service, that services are despatched properly. The role of the passenger transport service

operations team member is crucial to ensuring customers have the best possible experience once they are onboard.

ASSESSMENT

• Observation.

• Professional review.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service.

Learner resources

• Passenger Transport Service Operations Station Team Member Apprentice Toolkit.

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service eManual.

• eLearning

• Customer service.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Customer service lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

INTRODUCTION

The role of a business administrator is to develop, maintain and improve the full range of administrative services within a company.

Depending on the nature of the business, the role may involve working independently or as part of a team, or a combination of

the two. The skills required for the role of a business administrator are highly transferable, being applicable across all kinds of

businesses whether in eh public, private or charitable sectors.

ASSESSMENT

• Knowledge test.

• Portfolio-based interview.

• Project presentation.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration.

Learner resources

• Business Administrator Apprentice Toolkit.

• eLearning

• Business administration.

• Preparing for an interview.

• Preparing for a project.

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for a knowledge test.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Knowledge test specification.

• Mock knowledge tests.

End-point Assessment Standards

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POINT OF

INTEREST

†Please note, this standard has now been updated to Level 2 Passenger Transport Operative

(V1.1). Any apprentices starting on-programme from 25/11/2021 should be assessed

against the new version.

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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INTEREST

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providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

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Level 3

Community Sport

and Health Officer

Level 3

Customer Service

Specialist

INTRODUCTION

Community Sport and Health Officers (CSHO) initiate behaviour change in local residents, encouraging engagement in sport and

physical activity. Alongside local organisations, CSHOs scope, organise and coordinate opportunities to get physically active. A full

understanding of behaviour change principles is required, with an ability to adapt delivery methods, knowledge of how to manage

and lead colleagues or volunteers, and experience of developing sports or physical activity programmes.

ASSESSMENT

• Work-based observation.

• Case study challenge.

• Presentation with questions and answers.

• Panel interview.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Coaching Sports.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work.

Learner resources

• Community Sport and Health Officer apprentice toolkit.

• eLearning.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for an interview.

And

• Promoting community health and wellbeing.

• Behaviour change.

• Safeguarding and protecting children and vulnerable adults.

And

• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Promoting Community Health

and Wellbeing eManual.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work eManual.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

And

• Coaching, Safeguarding and First Aid at Work.

lecture packs which include:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

INTRODUCTION

The main purpose of a customer service specialist is to be a ‘professional’ for direct customer support within all sectors and

organisation types. They are an advocate of customer service acting as a referral point for dealing with more complex or technical

customer requests, complaints and queries.

ASSESSMENT

• Practical observation with questions and answers.

• Work-based project supported by an interview.

• Professional discussion supported by portfolio evidence.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

• Customer Service Specialist apprentice toolkit

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• eLearning:

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a project.

• Preparing for an interview.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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Level 3

Early Years Educator

Level 3

Facilities Management

Supervisor

INTRODUCTION

Early years educators work in a range of settings including full day care, children’s centres, preschools, reception classes and as

childminders. They may either be working on their own or supervising others to deliver the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

requirements set out by Government for the learning, development and care of children from birth to five years old.

ASSESSMENT

• Knowledge test.

• Professional discussion.

MANDATED QUALIFICATIONS

• Level 3 Early Years Educator,

please see https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/eyfs-staffchild-ratios-dfe-approved-qualifications

• Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid or Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid.

Or

• Complete a first aid course delivered by one of the following types of organisations as per the EYFS requirements.

Voluntary aid society, member of trade body with an approval monitoring system, or acknowledged by the Health and

Safety Executive.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

Learner resources

• Early Years Educator Apprentice Toolkit.

• eLearning

• Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.

• Preparing for a knowledge test.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Knowledge test specification.

• Mock knowledge tests.

• Safeguarding lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

INTRODUCTION

The role of a facilities management supervisor involves supervising others, understanding contractual requirements and achieving

delivery targets set by the employing organisation. Facilities management supervisors also need to develop strong customer

service skills and be proactive in finding solutions to problems. The role of a facilities management supervisor is essential in

ensuring the smooth running of any organisation.

ASSESSMENT

• Knowledge test.

• Competency based interview.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

• Facilities Management Supervisor Apprentice Toolkit.

• Facilities Management eManual.

• eLearning

• Preparing for a knowledge test.

• Preparing for an interview.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Knowledge test specification.

• Mock knowledge tests.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

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Level 3

Learning Mentor

Level 3

Leisure Duty Manager

INTRODUCTION

Mentoring occurs throughout the education and training sector (ETS) and staff development, with Learning Mentors

(LMs) supporting learners at all levels – such as apprentices, trainees or new recruits – to develop within new work

roles.

LMs support the development of knowledge, skills and behaviours, particularly in applying theoretical learning in

practical contexts. They give practical, technical and pastoral support, collaborating with colleagues, other ETS

professionals, employers and human resource colleagues to unlock learners’ potential.

ASSESSMENT

• Work-based observation with questions and answers.

• Professional discussion informed by the ‘showcase’ of exemplary practice.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

Or

• Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.

And

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment.

• Active IQ Level 4 Award in Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice.

• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

Learner resources

• Learning Mentor apprentice toolkit.

• eLearning

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

And

• Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

Or

• Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.

• Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices

of Assessment.

• Level 2 Award in Safeguarding and Protecting Children and

Vulnerable Adults.

And

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Education and

Training eManual.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Understanding

the Principles and Practices of Assessment

eManual.

• Active IQ Level 4 Award in Understanding the

Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice eManual.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

And

• Safeguarding lecture pack which includes:

• Content outline.

• PowerPoints.

INTRODUCTION

The role of a leisure duty manager is to manage the day-to-day front-line operation of a leisure facility and promote customer

wellbeing throughout the organisation. It involves making sure that customers can make effective use of the services on offer,

encouraging them to adopt and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. Leisure duty managers are key to identifying and driving

improvements, ensuring staff can support individual customer needs.

ASSESSMENT

• Project.

• Presentation.

• Professional discussion.

MANDATED QUALIFICATIONS

• Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work.

• Level 3 Award in Pool Plant Operations.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Managing Pool Operations.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work.

Learner resources

• Leisure Duty Manager Apprentice Toolkit.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Managing Pool Operations

eManual.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work eManual.

• eLearning

• Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

• Preparing for a project.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Managing pool operations and first aid at work

lecture packs which include:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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Level 3

Outdoor Activity Instructor

Level 3

Personal Trainer

INTRODUCTION

An Outdoor Activity Instructor supervises and guides children and adults in activities and pastimes such as canoeing, sailing,

climbing, surfing, cycling, hillwalking, archery, bushcraft, rock pooling, geology, plant identification, habitat or wildlife walks at

an introductory level. They will be supervised while working in a limited range of venues and weather conditions following tightly

defined operating procedures.

INTRODUCTION

The role of a personal trainer is to coach clients towards their health and fitness goals. Through the design and provision of

creative, personalised exercise programmes and instruction, along with nutritional advice and lifestyle management, personal

trainers motivate clients to positively change their behaviour. Personal trainers provide an invaluable service to clients in helping

to improve overall wellbeing by providing bespoke advice within their scope of practice.

ASSESSMENT

• Practical test.

• Professional discussion supported by a portfolio of evidence.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

• Outdoor Activity Instructor apprentice toolkit.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• eLearning

• Preparing for a practical test/observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

• KSB microlearning units.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

ASSESSMENT

• Practical observation with questions and answers.

• Presentation with questions and answers.

• Interview.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training.

Learner resources

• Personal Trainer Apprentice Toolkit.

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training eManual.

• eLearning:

• Personal training.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for an interview.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Personal training lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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Level 3

Teaching Assistant

Level 3

Team Leader /

Supervisor

INTRODUCTION

The role of a teaching assistant is important in nursery, primary, special and secondary education across all age ranges and

abilities and can encompass special educational needs. Teaching assistants support class teachers to enhance pupils’ learning,

either in groups or individually, ensuring they understand the work set, know their learning objectives and stay on task in order

to make progress.

ASSESSMENT

• Practical observation with questions and answers.

• Professional discussion supported by a portfolio of evidence.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

Or

• Active IQ Level 4 Diploma in Primary Physical Education Practice.

Learner resources

• Teaching Assistant Apprentice Toolkit.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Education and Training eManual.

• eLearning:

• Education and training.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Education and training lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

INTRODUCTION

The role of a team leader/supervisor is to set a positive example to colleagues, providing support to individuals, leading team

meetings, and carrying out inductions, supervisions and appraisals. The role also involves working in partnership with other

professionals to make sure team members get the support they need.

ASSESSMENT

• Presentation with questions and answers.

• Professional discussion underpinned by portfolio of evidence.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Management.

Learner resources

• Team Leader/Supervisor Apprentice Toolkit.

• eLearning:

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• Team Leader/Supervisor lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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Level 4

Assessor/Coach

Level 4

Facilities Manager

INTRODUCTION

Assessor/Coaches (ACs) support vocational and professional development across the formal Education and Training Sector (ETS)

as well as in any employer setting, at any level. ACs coach and assess vocational learners, usually on a one-to-one basis, in a

range of environments. This involves actively listening, providing feedback and engaging learners in planning their individualised

learning programmes while also assessing their work-related competence and life skills. ACs also work co-operatively with other

ETS or professionals in supporting the development of learners’ vocational competence and wider employability skills.

ASSESSMENT

• Work-based observation with questions and answers.

• Professional discussion informed by the ‘showcase’ of exemplary practice.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification Registration*

• Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment.

• Active IQ Level 4 Award in Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice.

• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

Learner resources

• Assessor Coach apprentice toolkit.

• eLearning

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

And

• Certificate in Education and Training.

• Award in Understanding the Principles and Practices of

Assessment.

• Award in Safeguarding and Protecting Children and

Vulnerable Adults.

And

• Active IQ Level 3 Award in Understanding

the Principles and Practices of Assessment

eManual.

• Active IQ Level 4 Award in Understanding the

Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice eManual.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

And

• Safeguarding lecture pack which includes:

• Content outline.

• PowerPoints.

INTRODUCTION

A Facilities Manager is responsible for the safe, secure and comfortable day-to-day working environment for properties, assets

and services that must be fully compliant with health and safety and other legislation. They are accountable for the management

of the delivery of all FM services within their local area of responsibility. They will ensure that levels of performance delivered

exceed customer expectations within budget for the properties, assets and services.

ASSESSMENT

• Work-based project.

• Presentation.

• Professional discussion.

MANDATED QUALIFICATIONS

Level 4 Diploma in Facilities Management*

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

• Facilities Manager apprentice toolkit

• Apprentice EPA timeline

• eLearning:

• Preparing for a project

• Preparing for a presentation

• Preparing for a professional discussion

• KSB microlearning units

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist

• Gateway checklist

• Toolkit video overview

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

POINT OF

INTEREST

*Please note, Active IQ does not offer this qualification. Approval with a recognised

Awarding Organisation to deliver this qualification will be required.

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Level 4

Passenger Transport

Operations Manager

Level 4

Sports Coach

INTRODUCTION

The role of a passenger transport operations manager is to oversee the daily operation of the station or depot, ensuring business

objectives are met and customers are able to travel safely, on time and in comfort from the beginning to the end of their chosen

journey.

Passenger transport operations managers will have a detailed understanding of the operational transport service, its targets and

obligations, the relevant transport infrastructure and its assets. Their role may involve financial and budget responsibilities, dayto-day

operational management of a passenger transport environment, compliance and quality checks and people management.

ASSESSMENT

• Project-based assignment.

• Professional review.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Learner resources

• Passenger Transport Operations Manager Apprentice Toolkit.

• eLearning:

• Preparing for a project.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

INTRODUCTION

The broad purpose of a sports coach is to use extensive technical and tactical sports knowledge and skills to design and deliver

coaching programmes that engage, motivate and evolve participants’ skills and performance. Sports coaches aim to provide

meaningful and high-quality learning, development and performance experiences.

ASSESSMENT

• Work-based project and presentation with questioning.

• Practical observation with questioning.

• Professional discussion underpinned by a portfolio.

WHAT YOUR FEE COVERS

Qualification registration*

• Active IQ Level 4 Diploma in Primary Physical Education Practice.

Or

• Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Coaching Sports.

Learner resources

• Sports Coach apprentice toolkit.

• Apprentice EPA timeline.

• eLearning:

• Preparing for a project.

• Preparing for a presentation.

• Preparing for an observation.

• Preparing for a professional discussion.

Teaching resources

• On-programme checklist.

• Gateway checklist.

• Toolkit video overview.

And

• Coaching lecture pack which includes:

• Scheme of work.

• Lesson plans.

• PowerPoints.

• Handouts.

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

POINT OF

INTEREST

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme

providers will need to gain Active IQ centre approval. To find out more, please contact us

at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

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Qualification

Pricing

Strategy

#begin

withbetter

Contents

3 Active leisure qualifications – registration/

certification fees

3 Management and leadership, business

administration and customer service qualifications

– registration/certification fees

3 Entry Level

4 Level 1

4-7 Level 2

8-12 Level 3

12-13 Level 4

14 Work-Based Competency Level 2

15 Work-Based Competency Level 3

15 Work-Based Competency Level 4

16 Work-Based Competency Level 5

16 Regulated qualifications available in Arabic

17 End-point Assessment standards

18-21 Reassessment fees standards

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KEY

POINT

FREE electronic lecture packs

for selected qualifications*

Active leisure qualifications – registration/certification fees

AWARD

CERTIFICATE (UP

TO 17 CREDITS)

CERTIFICATE

(18+ CREDITS)

DIPLOMA (UP TO

51 CREDITS)

DIPLOMA (52+

CREDITS)

Entry Level £16.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 £16.50 £27.50 £66 £77 N/A £44

Level 2 £27.50 £38.50 £77 £88 £99 to £198 £49.50

Level 3 £33 £49.50 £88 £99 £155 to £198 £66

Level 4 £33 to £38.50 £99 for all certificates £110 N/A N/A

Management and leadership, business administration and customer service qualifications – registration/certification fees

Entry Level

Level 1

DIPLOMA (NVQ AND NON-NVQ)

N/A

N/A

Level 2 £82.50

Level 3 £93.50

Level 4 £104.50

Level 5 £115.50

Please note that all prices exclude VAT.

ENTRY

LEVEL

Entry Level Award in the Principles of

Leading an Active, Healthy

Life

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

*When downloaded from one drive/ wetransfer. Other formats may incur a charge.

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Q3EAHL £16.50 £10.50 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order

placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

NVQS

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REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

LEVEL 1

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QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Level 1 Functional Skills – English FSE01 £16.75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 Functional Skills – Information

and Communication Technology

FSI01 £16.75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 Functional Skills – Maths FSM01 £16.75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 Award in Active, Healthy Living Q1AL £16.50 £15.90 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 Level 1 Award in Assisting Sport and

Physical Activity Sessions

Level 1 Award in Fitness and Physical

Activity

Award in Influencing Health and

Wellbeing

Q1ASP £16.50 £9.30 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q1FPA £16.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q1IHW £16.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 Award in Lifestyle Management Q1ALM £16.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 1 Certificate in Sport and Physical

Activity

LEVEL 2

Q1SPA £66.00 £36.40 £19 N/A N/A N/A

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Level 2 Functional Skills – English FSE02 £16.75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 2 Functional Skills – Information

and Communication Technology

FSI02 £16.75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 2 Functional Skills – Maths FSM02 £16.75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Level 2 Award in Alcohol Awareness Q2AAA £27.50 £22.60 £7 £35 £27.50* £50.10*

Level 2 Award in Employment Awareness

in Active Leisure and Learning

Q2MTC £27.50 £13.60 £7 N/A N/A N/A

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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LEVEL 2

Award in Health and Community

Activation

Level 2 Award in Instructing Circuit

Sessions

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Q2HCA £27.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q2IC21 £27.50 £18.70 £7 N/A N/A N/A

Level 2 Award in Instructing Kettlebells Q2KB21 £27.50 £18.70 £7 N/A N/A N/A

Level 2 Award in Instructing Physical

Activity for Children

Level 2 Award in Instructing Studio

Cycling

Level 2 Award in Instructing Suspended

Movement Training

Level 2 Award in Instructing Water-based

Exercise

Level 2 Award in Leading Physical Activity

for Adolescents

Level 2 Award in Mental Health

Awareness

Q2PAC £27.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q2ISC21 £27.50 £18.70 £7 N/A N/A N/A

Q2SMT £27.50 £18.70 £7 N/A N/A N/A

Q2WBE £27.50 £22.80 £7 N/A N/A N/A

Q2LPAA £27.50 £23.00 £7 N/A N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Q2MHA £27.50 £14.60 £7 £9 £27.50 £42.10

Award in Pool Operations Q2PO £27.50 £15.40 £7 N/A N/A N/A

LEVEL 2

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service Q2CS £77.00 £25.70 £20 £75 £77* £102.70*

Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service

and Professional Development

Q2CSPD £38.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

From 30 Sept 2020 -only available in Wales and Northern Ireland for apprenticeship delivery by prior agreement with Active IQ.

Level 2 Certificate in Fitness

Instructing – Aqua

Level 2 Certificate in Fitness

Instructing – Children

Level 2 Certificate in Fitness

Instructing – ETM

Level 2 Certificate in Fitness

Instructing – Gym

Certificate in Fitness

Instruction and Self-

Development in Active

Leisure

Q2FIA £77 £27.70 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q2FIC £77 £27.70 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q2FIE £77 £27.70 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q2FIG £77 £27.70 N/A £75 £120 £141.70

Q2CFISD £77 £35.70 N/A £90 £135 £160.70

Level 2 Certificate in Group Training Q2CGT £77 £35.30 £19 £35 £100 £132.30

Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing Q2GI £77 £28.90 £19 £75 £120 £141.90

Qualification Pricing Strategy

Level 2 Award in Safeguarding and

Protecting Children and

Vulnerable Adults

Level 2 Award in Smoking Awareness and

Cessation

Level 2 Award in Understanding Nutrition,

Performance and Healthy Eating

Level 2 Award in Working with

Communities to Promote and

Support Active Healthy Lifestyles

Q2SCA £27.50 N/A N/A £9 £27.50 N/A

Q2ASAC £27.50 £14.40 £7 £35 £27.50* £42.00*

Q2UNUT £27.50 £12.40 £7 £35 £27.50* £39.90*

Q2WWC £27.50 £20.60 £7 £35 £27.50* £48.10*

Level 2 Certificate in Introductory Work in

the Outdoors

Level 2 Certificate in Leading Health-

Related Activity Sessions

Level 2 Certificate in Leisure Operations

(mandatory units 1-6)

Q2AIWO £38.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q2CAL £38.50 £14.60 £10 N/A N/A N/A

Q2LO £77 £36 £19 £75 £77* £113*

Pool Lifeguarding (optional unit 7) Q2LO N/A £25.60 £25 N/A N/A N/A

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**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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3 Award

3 Award

3 Award

LEVEL 2

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

LEVEL 3

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Handling and Maintaining

Equipment in Active Leisure

(optional unit 8)

Q2LO N/A £7.30 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Award in Understanding the

Principles and Practices of

Assessment

Q3ASS1 £33 £15.40 £8.50 £35 £33* £48.40*

Cleaning in Active Leisure

(optional unit 9)

Swimming Pool Water Testing

(optional unit 10)

Understanding how to Sell

Services and Products to

Customers in Active Leisure

(optional unit 11)

Know how to Provide an Active

Leisure Facility Reception Service

(optional unit 12)

Level 2 Certificate in Promoting

Community Health and Wellbeing

Level 2 Diploma in Health and Fitness

2021

Level 2 Diploma in Physical Activity,

Fitness and Exercise Science

Muscle Origins and Insertions

Manual

Q2LO N/A £7.30 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q2LO N/A £8.30 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q2LO N/A £6.30 £4.50 £15 N/A N/A

Q2LO N/A £8.30 £4.50 £15 N/A N/A

Q2CPH £38.50 £56.50 £10 £75 £38.50* £95.00*

Q2DHF21 £198 Depends on units.

Call 01480 467950

Q2DAFE £99 Depends on units.

Call 01480 467950

QMOI N/A £10 £7 N/A N/A N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Level 3 Award in Assessing Competence

in the Work Environment (centres

should order the Level in

Understanding the Principles and

Practices of Assessment manual

for use with this qualification if

online learning is not being used)

Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally-

Related Achievement (centres

should order the Level in

Understanding the Principles and

Practices of Assessment manual

for use with this qualification if

online learning is not being used)

Level 3 Certificate in Assessing

Vocational Achievement (centres

should order the Level in

Understanding the Principles and

Practices of Assessment manual

for use with this qualification if

online learning is not being used)

Q3ASS2 £33 £15.40 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3ASS3 £33 £15.40 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3ASS4 £49.50 £15.40 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Award in Education and Training Q3EAT £33 £15.80 £8.00 £35 £33* £48.80*

Qualification Pricing Strategy

Level 3 Award in Conditioning for Exercise

and Sports Performance

Q3CES £33 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Award in Designing Exercise

Programmes for Disabled Clients

Q3PDP £33 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Award in Designing Exercise

Programmes for Older Adults

Q3AOA £33 £23.80 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

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**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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LEVEL 3

Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at

Work

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Q3EFAW £5.50 £8.90 £2 N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work Q3FAAW £11 £14.00 £2 N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Award in Employment Awareness

in Active Leisure and Learning

Level 3 Award in Instructing Outdoor

Fitness

Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Exercise

and Health

Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Sport and

Exercise Performance

Q3MTC £33 £13.60 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3IOF £33 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

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ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Q3NEH £33 £20.60 £8.50 £25 £33* £53.60*

Q3NSE £33 £22.80 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Award in Operating Small Pools Q3OSP £33 £20.90 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Award in Managing Pool

Operations

Level 3 Award in Supporting Pre and

Postnatal Clients with Exercise

and Nutrition

Level 3 Certificate in Leisure

Management (mandatory units

1-6)

Understanding Financial

Procedures in Active Leisure

(optional unit 7)

Understanding How to Deliver

Objectives through the Work of

an Active Leisure Team (optional

unit 8)

Understanding How to Supervise

Facility Maintenance in Active

Leisure (optional unit 9)

Q3MPO £33 £28.20 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3PPNC £33 £20.60 £8.50 £35 £33* £53.60*

Q3LM £88 £36.00 £22 N/A N/A N/A

Q3LM N/A £7.40 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3LM N/A £6.40 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3LM N/A £7.40 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

LEVEL 3

Marketing in Active Leisure

(optional unit 10)

Understanding How to Sell

Services and Products to

Customers in Active Leisure

(optional unit 11)

Operating Swimming Pool Plant

(optional unit 12)

QUAL CODE

*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Q3LM N/A £7.40 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3LM N/A £5.30 £4.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q3LM N/A £15.50 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

From 30 Sept 2020 - only available in Wales and Northern Ireland for apprenticeship delivery by prior agreement with Active IQ.

Level 3 Certificate in Personal

Training

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Q3CPT £88 £33.90 £22 £100 £155 £181.90

Level 3 Diploma in Coaching Sports Q3CS £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Diploma in Coaching Sports and

Fitness

Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training for

Health, Fitness and Performance

Level 3 Diploma in Exercise Referral (with

A&P unit)

Level 3 Diploma in Exercise Referral

(without A&P unit)

Q3CSF £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q3DPT £121 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q3DER £99 £42.50 All units

£25

Q3DER £99 £37.20 £16.00

(No NUT

& A&P

£12.00)

£100 £165 £197.50

N/A N/A N/A

From 30 Sept 2020 -only available in Wales and Northern Ireland for apprenticeship delivery by prior agreement with Active IQ.

Level 3 Diploma in Fitness

Instructing and Personal

Training

Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing

and Physical Activity

Q3DFIPT £165 £61.60 N/A £150 £270 £317.60

Q3FPA £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

LEVEL 3

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

LEVEL 3

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Level 3 Diploma in Gym Instructing and

Personal Training

Level 3 Diploma in Health and Fitness

2021

Level 3 Diploma in Instructing Pilates

Matwork

Q3GIPT £165 £64.10 £41 £150 £270 £319.10

Q3DHF21 £198 Depends on units.

Call 01480 467950

Q3PIL £99 £42.10 £25 N/A N/A N/A

Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training Q3DIPT £88 £45.20 £22 £100 £150 £187.20

From 30 Sept 2020 -only available in Wales and Northern Ireland for apprenticeship delivery by prior agreement with Active IQ.

Diploma in Personal Training

and Business Skills for

Fitness Professionals

Level 3 Diploma in Physical Activity,

Fitness and Exercise Science

Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage

Therapy

Level 3 Diploma in Supporting the

Delivery of Physical Education

and School Sport

Q3PTBS £99 £50.30 £25 £125 £180 £220.30

Q3SDAFE £198

Year 1-£99

Year 2-£99

N/A

N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q3SMT £99 £46.40 £25 £100 £99* £145.40*

Q3DPE £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Extended Diploma in Personal

Training for Health, Fitness and

Performance

LEVEL 4

Level 4 Award in Understanding the

Internal Quality Assurance of

Assessment Processes and

Practice

Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality

Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice

Level 4 Certificate in Leading the Internal

Quality Assurance of Assessment

Processes and Practice

Level 4 Certificate in Education and

Training

Q3EDPT £198 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Q4VER1 £33 £15.50 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q4VER2 £38.50 £15.50 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q4VER3 £99 £15.50 £8.50 N/A N/A N/A

Q4EAT £99 N/A N/A £60 £99* N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

Qualification Pricing Strategy

Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga Q3DTY £99 £46.60 £25 N/A N/A N/A

Diploma in Supporting Clients

with Long-term Conditions

Online Diploma in Supporting

Clients with Long-term Conditions

Level 3 Extended Diploma in Personal

Training

Q3LTC £99 £85 £40 £150 £240 £275

eManual only

Q3OLTC £99 eManual

only

£40 £150 £240 £275

eManual only

Q3EDPT £198 £86.50 £45 N/A N/A N/A

Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Personal

Training

Level 4 Certificate in Instructing Pilates

Matwork

Level 4 Certificate in Physical Activity and

Lifestyle Strategies for Managing

Low Back Pain

Level 4 Certificate in Physical Activity and

Weight Management for Obese

and Diabetic Clients

Q4CPT £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q4PIL £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q4LMBP £99 £49.00 £25 £60 £99* £148.0*

Q4WMOD £99 £48.30 £25 £60 £99* £147.30*

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Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

**Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If a

learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

LEVEL 4

Level 4 Certificate in Postural Assessment

and Corrective Exercise

QUAL CODE

REG/

CERT FEE

MANUAL

Q4PACE £99 eManual

only

EMANUAL

ELEARNING

**

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

£25 £25* N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING/

HARD COPY

MANUAL

FEE***

WORK-BASED COMPETENCY

LEVEL 2

Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Active Leisure, Learning and Wellbeing

Operational Services

QUAL CODE

REG/CERT

FEE

ELEARNING

**

NVQOPS £49.50 N/A N/A

Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Activity Leadership NVQAL £49.50 N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage

Therapy

Q4SMT £99 £36.00 £25 N/A N/A N/A

Level 2 Diploma in Business Administration Q2DBA £82.50 N/A N/A

Level 4 Certificate in Strength and

Conditioning

Level 4 Diploma in Primary Physical

Education Practice

LEVEL 4

Certificate in Nutrition Coaching

(in partnership with BTN Academy)

Q4CSC £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Q4PPEP £99 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

QUAL CODE

REG/CERT/

EMANUAL

FEE***

Q4CNC £300

Level 2 Diploma in Customer Service Q2DCS £82.50 N/A N/A

From 30 Sept 2020 -only available in Wales and Northern Ireland for apprenticeship delivery by prior agreement with Active IQ.

Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Instructing Exercise and Fitness (Gym, ETM,

Aqua, Children)

NVQIEF £49.50 N/A N/A

Level 2 Diploma in Team Leading Q2DTL £82.50 N/A N/A

Qualification Pricing Strategy

KEY

POINT

***eLearning for individual units is also available.

Contact 01480 467950 for further information

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**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

***Please note that the combined prices for registration/certification, eLearning and manual must all be within the same transaction. If

a learner is registered onto a qualification and then a separate order placed for eLearning and/or manuals, standard prices will apply.

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*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

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1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

WORK-BASED COMPETENCY

LEVEL 3

Level 3 Certificate in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and

School Sport

QUAL CODE

REG/CERT

FEE

ELEARNING

**

Q3CPE £88 N/A N/A

Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration Q3DBA £93.50 N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

WORK-BASED

COMPETENCY

LEVEL 5

QUAL CODE

REG/CERT

FEE

ELEARNING

*

Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Management and Leadership NVQ5DML £115.50 N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

Level 3 Diploma in Customer Service Q3DCS £93.50 N/A N/A

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Leisure Management NVQLM £66 N/A N/A

Level 3 Diploma in Management Q3DM £93.50 N/A N/A

From 30 Sept 2020 -only available in Wales and Northern Ireland for apprenticeship delivery by prior agreement with Active IQ.

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Personal Training NVQPT £66 N/A N/A

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Sports Development NVQ3SD £66 N/A N/A

Level 3 Diploma in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School

Sport

Q3DPE £99 N/A N/A

Regulated qualifications available in Arabic

Learner achievement portfolios, multiple choice theory exams and eManuals available in Arabic.

LEVEL 2 QUAL CODE REG/CERT FEE EMANUAL

Certificate in Gym Instructing Q2CGIA COMING SOON COMING SOON

Certificate in Group Training Q2CGTA £77 £19

LEVEL 3 QUAL CODE REG/CERT FEE EMANUAL

Diploma in Personal Training Q3DIPTA COMING SOON COMING SOON

Qualification Pricing Strategy

WORK-BASED COMPETENCY

LEVEL 4

QUAL CODE

REG/CERT

FEE

ELEARNING

*

Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Management NVQ4DM £104.50 N/A N/A

REG/CERT/

ELEARNING

FEE

*Free eLearning with registration on selected qualifications (qualifications that apply are highlighted in purple).

**To access your FREE eLearning, your learner class ID must be submitted with your eLearning upload form to elearning@activeiq.co.uk

Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

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Failing to do so will result in the eLearning being charged at full price.

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END-POINT ASSESSMENT

STANDARDS

LEVEL

ASSESSMENT

METHOD

FEE

(FROM 1 JANUARY 2020)

REASSESSMENT FEES STANDARDS LEVEL FEE

Level 4 Assessor/Coach 4 Live £950

Level 4 Assessor/Coach 4

Level 4 Business Administrator 3 Remote £790

Work-based observation with questions and answers. £210

Community Activator Coach 2 Live £900

Professional discussion. £210

Community Sport and Health Officer 3 Remote £1,350

Customer Service Practitioner 2 Remote £500

Customer Service Specialist 3 Live £675

Early Years Educator 3 Remote £600

Early Years Practitioner 2 Remote £540

Facilities Management Supervisor 3 Remote £640

Facilities Manager 4 Remote £950

Facilities Services Operative 2 Live £600

Learning Mentor 3 Live £750

Leisure Duty Manager 3 Remote £750

Leisure Team Member 2 Live £950

Outdoor Activity Instructor 3 Live £850

Level 4 Business Administrator

Knowledge test. £30

Portfolio-based interview. £140

Project presentation. £125

Community Activator Coach

Practical coaching observation. £185

Presentation with questions and answers. £125

Panel interview. £125

Community Sport and Health Officer 3

Live work-based observation. £185

Live case study challenge. £225

3

2

Qualification Pricing Strategy

Passenger Transport Operative 2 Live £940

Presentation with questions and answers. £125

Passenger Transport Service Operations (Onboard or

Station) Team Member

2 Live £940

Passenger Transport Operations Manager 4 Remote £1200

Personal Trainer 3 Live £800

Sports Coach 4 Live £1750

Teaching Assistant 3 Live £750

Team Leader/Supervisor 3 Remote £790

Panel interview. £125

Customer Service Practitioner 2

Apprentice showcase. £125

Practical observation. £140

Professional discussion. £140

Customer Service Specialist 3

Practical Observation with questions and answers. £140

KEY

POINT

When a provider specifically requests a live assessment, where the assessment method is stated as

remote, our standard live assessment surcharge of £150 will apply in addition to our EPA fee.

Where a standards assessment method specifically states live assessment no additional surcharge

will apply.

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REASSESSMENT FEES STANDARDS LEVEL FEE

REASSESSMENT FEES STANDARDS LEVEL FEE

Work based project, supported by an interview. £160

Leisure Duty Manager 3

Professional discussion supported by portfolio evidence. £160

Project. £125

Early Years Educator 3

Presentation. £125

Knowledge test. £60*

Professional discussion. £140

Professional discussion. £160

Leisure Team Member 2

Early Years Practitioner 2

Knowledge test. £30**

Professional discussion. £160

Facilities Management Supervisor 3

Knowledge test. £80

Competency-based interview. £140

Facilities Manager*** 4

Work-based project. £200

Presentation. £150

Professional discussion. £225

Professional discussion. £140

Observation of practical activities with questioning. £320

Outdoor Activity Instructor 3

Practical test. £225

Professional discussion supported by a portfolio of evidence. £140

Passenger Transport Operative 2

Observation with questions. £160

Interview underpinned by portfolio. £160

Passenger Transport Service Operations (Onboard or Station) Team Member 2

Observation. £160

Qualification Pricing Strategy

Facilities Services Operative 2

Professional review. £160

Knowledge test. £30

Passenger Transport Operations Manager 4

Observation. £250

Professional discussion. £140

Learning Mentor

3

Project-based assignment. £500

Professional review. £300

Personal Trainer 3

Practical observation with questions and answers.

£210

Practical observation with questions and answers. £185

Professional discussion. £210

Presentation with questions and answers. £125

*To offer mandated or recommended qualifications as part of an apprenticeship programme, providers will need to gain Active IQ centre

approval. To find out more, please contact us at apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk

Interview. £125

** When a provider specifically requests a live invigilation an additional surcharge will apply, please contact

apprenticeships@activeiq.co.uk for more details.

*** To offer mandated qualifications that Active IQ does not offer. Approval with a recognised Awarding Organisation to deliver this

qualification will be required.

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REASSESSMENT FEES STANDARDS LEVEL FEE

Sports Coach 4

Work-based project and presentation with questioning. £225

Practical observation with questioning. £225

Professional discussion underpinned by a portfolio. £200

Teaching Assistant 3

Practical observation with questions and answers. £185

Professional discussion supported by portfolio of evidence. £160

Team Leader/Supervisor 3

Professional discussion underpinned by a portfolio. £140

Presentation with questions and answers. £140

End-point Assessment Standards

POINT OF

INTEREST

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REGISTRATION AND CERTIFICATION FEES

Unit certification cost (per unit for Entry Level and Level 1 qualifications)

excluding functional skills - This cost does not apply to qualifications comprised of only one unit

Unit certification cost (per unit for Level 2 and above qualifications)

- This cost does not apply to qualifications comprised of only one unit

CENTRE ADMINISTRATION FEES

The Annual Centre Recognition fee* † - invoiced in September each year. £625

Additional external verification visits (if required) £250

Hard copy replacement and duplicate certificates (full and units) £15

Hard copy replacement and duplicate certificates (full and units) with additional electronic

versions

Bespoke centre training days

Admin fee for dealing with appeals £100

*If you wish to become an Active IQ approved centre, the annual centre recognition fee will be pro rota in accordance with the

remainder of the year. For example, if you become approved in March 2019, you will only pay half of the annual fee. Our approvals

team will discuss this with you when you enquire about becoming a centre.


Overseas centres are subject to travel and expense for EV visits.

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

Professional Recognition fee for approval of non-approved centres £100

Bronze Licence (for 1 training programme)

Silver Licence (for 2 to 5 training programmes)

Gold Licence (for 6 to 10 training programmes)

Platinum Licence (11 or more training programmes)

COST

£10

£15

COST

£25

POA

COST

£450 per year

£600 per year

£850 per year

£1,250 per year

MARKETING MATERIALS

Promotional posters (quantity of 10) A5/A4/A3 £10.50/£12/£13

Bespoke A5 marketing flyer single-sided (quantity of 250) £48

COST

Bespoke A5 marketing flyer single-sided (quantity of 500) £86.50

Bespoke A5 marketing flyer double-sided (quantity of 250) £68

Bespoke A5 marketing flyer double-sided (quantity of 500) £131

USB lecture packs (sent as standard Royal Mail first class post)

Please contact Active IQ for an order form: 01480 467950.

FUNCTIONAL SKILLS ADDITIONAL FEES

COST

Registration £16.75

Resit

FREE*

Paper-based £18.50

Duplicate/ Certificate £20

Learner name change £5

Qualification transfer fee £10

Paper surcharge £3

*First resit FREE, all resits thereafter will be charged at £18 per resit

Remote invigilation per exam £25

£8 per lecture pack

plus postage

Additional pricing

CUSTOM QUALIFICATIONS (approval by specific agreement)

REG/CERT FEE

Level 2 Award in Max Whitlock Gymnastics 603/4219/5 £27.50

Level 2 Certificate In Teaching Exercise, Movement and Dance 601/8961/7 £77

Level 3 Award in Understanding the Development and Delivery of End-point Assessment 603/6845/7 £33

Level 4 Award in the External Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice 501/0179/1 £33

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Postage and packaging

Prices listed below are for a standard five working day delivery within mainland England, Scotland and Wales.

TOTAL ORDER VALUE

Up to £150 £7.05

Up to £250 £7.50

Up to £500 £15

Up to £750 £22.50

Up to £1000 £30

Up to £2000 £60

Orders over £2000 £100

POSTAGE AND PACKAGE COST

If you require an expedient delivery service please see the options below (please note the above price will be added to the service

below).

TIMEFRAME

Next Day Delivery £15

Two Day Delivery £10

Three Day Delivery £5

URGENCY FEE

Prices listed below are for either a two day or next working day delivery within Scottish Highlands & Islands, Northern Ireland,

Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Scilly Isles.

TIMEFRAME

Next Day Delivery

Two Day Delivery

POSTAGE AND PACKAGE COST

£33.71 per box

£19.91 per box

The above prices are all weight driven and based on a maximum of 30kg per box.

These options are based on deliveries Monday-Friday, excluding Saturday and Sunday.

NB: All prices are excluding VAT.

KEY

POINT

Please note all expedient delivery options must be approved and payment received before 1pm to

ensure we can meet the requested delivery options.

For Europe/International deliveries and any regions not listed above please contact our Customer Experience team for a quote by

emailing orders@activeiq.co.uk. If your query or order is urgent please call the team on 01480 467950.

Additional pricing

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