We at K11 School of Fitness Sciences conduct ourselves with utmost professionalism and providing a quality workforce to the Fitness Industry is our motto. For the Diploma in Personal Training Course, there is an assessment system that comprises 4 assessment modules - Theory, Practicals & Viva (2 types) with compulsory assignment submissions, and a mandatory theory assessment by the Govt. Passing in each module is necessary to testify that one has imbibed all scientific knowledge that the Diploma in Personal Training Course at K11 School of Fitness Sciences has to offer.
Below are the description in brief:
Assessment 1: Theory Assessment
This assessment consists of a Multiple Choice Questionnaire (MCQ) of 100 marks with the passing percentage being 60%.
Assessment 2: Practical and Viva Exam 1 (Exercise Execution)
This assessment consists of exercise form & technique evaluation and verbal fluency of exercise science concepts.
There are 12 specific exercises with 10 marks each totalling to 120 marks with passing marks being 60% and 12 sets of questions to be answered verbally with 10 marks per set of questions with the passing percentage being 60% individually.
Assessment 3: Practical & Viva Assessment 2 with Assignment Submission (Training Program Delivery)
Assignment submission and practical & viva evaluation of the given case study delivering a training program to a dummy client.
To clear this assessment, compulsory submission of the complete written assignments and training delivery of the given case study is required.
Assessment 4: NSQF Level 4 Assessment by SPEFL-SC
Online Theory Assessment (MCQ Type) of 60 marks with the passing percentage being 50%.
*NSQF is National Skills Qualification Framework
*SPEFL-SC is Sports, Physical Education, Fitness, and Leisure Skills Council
Each student is given 2 unpaid attempts to clear the assessment modules, post which there is a nominal charge towards further attempts. The student who has understood all the concepts learnt during the course, will have no difficulty clearing any of the modules and should be able to clear all modules in their first attempt.