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Do you love living a healthy lifestyle – and are you passionate about spreading the word to help others live healthier and happier too? Well, now you can! By becoming a qualified fitness professional, you’ll gain the necessary knowledge and accreditation to become a Fitness & Lifestyle Advocate.

In order to become this type of professional, you’ll need to successfully complete a Certificate III in Fitness (SIS03015). With this qualification, your fitness instructor role will typically include:

  • Conducting an initial client induction including basic screening, fitness appraisal, program development and exercise instruction.
  • Designing individualised training programs within the context of a long term plan.
  • Critiquing technique and applying a variety of appropriate instructional strategies in a range of exercise modalities.
  • Regularly appraising client's fitness levels and modifying their programs accordingly.

Course: Certificate III in Fitness (SIS03015)

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Growing up as a country girl, Yvette embodies a grounded attitude through her work as a model, presenter and instructor that enhances her approach to all areas of life.

Her comprehensive experience behind and in front of the camera, as well as across all media platforms, has seen her work alongside some of Sydney’s most respected media outlets and brands, including Channel 7, Channel 9, Channel 10, Rebel, Running Bare, New Balance, Nike, Anytime Fitness, Fitness First and many more. Finding her niche as a fitness model, Yvette frequently appears on programs such as Sunrise, The Morning Show, Mornings, Today Extra and Studio 10, showcasing all elements of health and fitness.
Yvette has worked as the personal body double for Michelle Bridges, her body featuring in many major campaigns. She has also modelled alongside both Michelle and Commando Steve. Yvette’s success as a fitness model is a bi-product of her passion for health and fitness. Her appetite for a healthy lifestyle transcends through group fitness instructing, where she encourages others on their own fitness journey.
Amid her fitness career Yvette continued to expand her skillset by completing a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, majoring in Journalism at The University of Technology, Sydney. Showcasing her zest for life, Yvette was a key personality on Channel 7’s reality TV show, Please Marry My Boy. She also represented Australian in Hong Kong for Miss Princess Model of the World in 2004, where she received runner up.

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