Scientific Bases the System of Future Fitness Coaches’ Professional Training in Higher Educational Institutions

Oksana Kornosenko, Pavlo Khomenko, Iryna Taranenko, Valeriy Zhamardiy, Olena Shkola, Hanna Tolchieva, Volodymyr Saienko


In the article is the system of future fitness coaches’ professional training in higher educational institutions in the unity of conceptual, contention, technological and effective components. The purpose of this paper is to ground conceptual principles of future fitness coaches’ professional training in higher educational institutions. Method of the study reflects the theoretical substantiation and development of a system of professional training for future fitness coaches in higher educational institutions. The model of the system of professional training of future fitness coaches was proposed, which contains four interrelated components: conceptual, intensive, technological and effective. The efficiency of the system is provided with the integration of medical-biological, social-humanitarian and psychoeducational knowledge in disciplines of different cycles of training based on integrative interdisciplinary connections, unity and intercommunication of sport and professional-pedagogical perfection in professional-motive abilities and skills formation, application of innovative information-communicative technologies and educational-technical facilities, the collaboration of higher educational institutions lecturers and practicing fitness coaches, development of international connections and collaboration in the context of the world and European educational sphere integration.

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