strength conditioning coach

Strength & Conditioning
Coach

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Do you have what it takes?

Is Sports & Coaching all you can think about? Are you looking for a way to make your individual mark on the Sporting Industry? Do you have a knack for getting the best out of people? If you’ve answered yes to all of these questions, then you might just be a Strength & Conditioning Coach in the making. Combining a variety of coaching, strength and movement techniques, our graduates leave ACPE industry ready and confident enough to forge their own careers.

What could you achieve in a day?


Each day holds new opportunities for a Strength & Conditioning Coaches to flex their skills. From creating general training schedules to developing personalised programs, no two days are the same for our graduates. Listed below are just a few of the tasks that you could complete within your workday:

  • Assessing and reporting on the performance & progress of your clients
  • Planning and implementing personalised training programs
  • Advising athletes on the proper use of training equipment
  • Providing individual assistance and motivation
  • Creating training programs based on a set outcome (e.g. going to the Olympics)

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for employment in the public, private or government industry, as your Bachelor of Sports Coaching & Administration from ACPE will allow you to truly go places. We even have ambitious students who have used their skills to create their own business by using what they’ve learned right here at ACPE.


The stats add up for strength & conditioning coaches


Making a career as a Strength & Conditioning Coach can be both rewarding and challenging, with the industry offering a range of opportunities for recent graduates to take advantage of. Although we couldn’t find specific statistics for Strength & Conditioning Coaches, we did find the next best thing – employment statistics for Training & Development Professionals.

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23,700

People will be employed as training & development professionals by 2018

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39.1%

of training & development professionals have attained a bachelor's degree

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29.6%

of training & development professionals will be employed in NSW, 26% in VIC & 22.9% in QLD

What other areas could you work in?


Strength & Conditioning Coaches can hold a range of professional titles depending on their area of expertise and years of experience. Often starting out as Coaching Assistants, our graduates can then choose to further their practical studies in order to specialise in a range of areas including:

  • Cricket
  • Swimming
  • NRL, AFL or Rugby
  • Dancing / Performance
  • Combat Sports
  • Rehabilitation

All you need to make it as a Strength & Conditioning Coach is the motivation and passion to help active individuals perform at their best. With these traits and your Bachelor of Sports Coaching & Administration from ACPE behind you, the sky truly is the limit to your success. To find out more about the career paths you could take after graduation, why not sign up for our Personal Career Program – it’s available to all of our current students!

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