Exercise courses at Morley are offered at a range of different levels, so whether you’re a complete beginner or a fitness pro you’ll find something to suit you. Our tutors will work with you to ensure you increase your fitness levels in a safe way, and will able to offer advise about when you’re ready to move on to the next level.
Several of our exercise courses are of mixed ability and welcome beginners alongside those who may have attended the course before. However, some of our courses are separated into levels to enable you to progress from beginner to advanced at your own pace.
- Introduction and beginner courses are tailored specifically for those taking classes for the first time
- Level 1 or Intermediate courses are for those who already have some basic experience or have completed an Introduction course
- Level 2 & 3 or Advanced courses are aimed at those with more experience and expertise
If you’re unsure which level would be best for you and would like some advice, come along one of our open days or drop-in sessions, or give us a call.
Teacher training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Our teacher training courses are aimed at those wishing to pursue a career in the fitness industry, and consist of a combination of mandatory and optional units. All teacher training courses require tutor approval before enrolling.
We also offer CPD courses for practicing fitness professionals to build on their portfolio of fitness teaching skills.
For further information about these courses please contact us on 020 7450 1837 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health and safety
You are advised to seek medical advice if you have any history of injury or illness and inform your tutor, before starting your course, of any such condition (past or present) and the nature of any physical activity that you should avoid.
For exercise classes you are expected to arrive early, be changed, and ready in time for the start of the class. If you are more than 15 minutes late you may not be allowed to join in the session as you will have missed the warm-up and therefore be at risk of injury. For additional health and safety reasons, you must not eat, drink (water only is allowed) or chew gum in classrooms or studio spaces.
Clothing and footwear
Please wear clothing that is comfortable, does not restrict your movement and allows you to adapt to changes in your body temperature.
If you have a learning difficulty such as dyslexia or a disability that might affect your learning or a mental health difficulty and would like to discuss how we may be able to help, please contact our Learning Support team.
Advice and guidance
If you would like further advice before choosing a course you may wish to come long to one of our open days.
Alternatively, you can contact us on 020 7450 1861 or via email@example.com to arrange an appointment with a member of staff.