Are you a LLLS provider?

Approximately 15,000 people over the age of 50 currently participate in COTA endorsed Living Longer Living Stronger strength training programs at about 100 venues around Victoria.

Are you a Living Longer Living Stronger provider?

If you are a provider, contact us to obtain your copies of our poster and brochure  and Doctor’s approval letter to participate

If you are a fitness or leisure centre, community health centre, neighbourhood house, rehabilitation facility or even a retirement village, or you are a personal trainer with  a special interest in the health and well being of older people. You could be a Living Longer Living Stronger TM –   LLLS

By you being a LLLS provider you will help increase the number of opportunities for older people to participate in high quality strength training programs whilst enjoying the benefits COTA’s Living Longer Living Stronger™ endorsement, contact Peter Sayers,

Professional development

What qualifications do I need to be an LLLS instructor?

In accordance with the LLLS Endorsement Scheme Critieria regarding an appropriately qualified instructor, the basic qualifications for instructing strength training for older people are Certificate III (Fitness) PLUS the additional  competency ‘Plan and deliver exercise for older adults’.  A Certificate IV (Personal Trainer) that includes the elective ‘Plan and deliver exercise for older adults’ is a desirable qualification.

These qualifications comply with National Industry Standards, and are provided by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). Providers are located throughout Victoria and include TAFEs, Universities, Council of Adult Education and private training organisations. COTA is NOT a Registered Training Organisation and does not provide this training. See Physical Activity Australia or Fitness Australia’s websites for lists of training organisations)

Other resources 

Choose Health: Be Active – A physical activity guide for older Australians,  to download PDF click here. Developed jointly by the Departments of Veterans’ Affairs and Health and Ageing in association with Sports Medicine Australia

For more information:
Contact: Peter Sayers
Phone 03 9655 2100 (Tue & Thu)

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