NO ONE PARTICULAR ‘METHOD’ OR ‘SYSTEM’
The way we write our programs is entirely dependent on the client and is based on years and years of vast knowledge, copious amounts of research, being in the trenches, and from a variety of experiences – not from learning a Step A, Step B, Step C, protocol. We therefore pulled our hair out trying to figure out how we would even start to condense that down into a few days course.
THE ANSWER IS…
We can’t. And we won’t.
Instead we released an online, 8-week intensive Program Design Course.
This 8-week course quickly grew to a 10-week course that covers all of the things you need to take into consideration when programming, how to address those considerations, how to program progressively and effectively, and how to do this for normal, every-day, general population people (i.e., the bulk of your clients!). It covers advanced program design, but will start right at the very crutch – Leastmode™ to Beastmode, and everything in between.
HOW WE DELIVER RESULTS
The course is delivered in video format with recommended reads per module, as well as additional resources provided. At the end of the course, there is a final pass/fail case study. This is because we want everyone who completes the course to truly understand and be competent in Program Design. It not just another ‘tick and flick’ certification that people do just to say that they have done it. You have to demonstrate that you are able to effectively apply, and truly understand the information, not just memorise it.
Registering for the program design course means you will have access to the course material forever. Therefore, you can go through it as slowly or as quickly as you like, and revisit the content as frequently as you need. You can submit your case study for assessment at any point you feel ready.
And of course, our amazing community!
You will also gain access to our highly active Facebook Forum. It is here that you will be able to ask questions, have full access to Luke and our team, and pick our brains about any of the course content, any topics you would like to discuss, or ask questions about any clients you may want some direction with.