Our policies and guidelines are designed to give direction and support to personal trainers, fitness instructors and fitness business owners. We want nationally recognised fitness industry standards and best practice in the Australian health and fitness industry to be met.
These policies and guidelines also express Fitness Australia's position and policy directions for the health and fitness industry.
Exercise Professionals have a duty of care to prevent harm, which could reasonably be expected to occur in the course of providing advice or instruction to clients. The professional standards and guidelines we’ve developed help you exercise your duty of care and mitigate risk.
If a AusREP is alleged to have breached their of duty of care, we'll examine their compliance with our standards and guidelines.
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InsideOut Institute and Fitness Australia have released a set of recommendations for the identification and support of people with eating disorders within the fitness industry.’
In recent years there has been a significant increase in the number of fitness businesses delivering services in an unsupervised environment. These recommendations have been developed by Fitness Australia to assist in providing duty of care and mitigating risks for those fitness businesses that offer a service to consumers during unstaffed hours.
The Scope of Practice for Australian Registered Exercise Professionals provides clarity about their role, responsibilities and professional boundaries and reinforces many of the existing exercise professional standards and policies.
Fitness Australia have introduced guidelines for AusREPs to follow when giving nutrition advice to clients, through the release of a Nutrition Advi...