REPs Training and Category News


Physical Activity Advisor


Have you completed the Walking Instructor Training?

If yes, and you hold a REPs entry Level 2 qualification in Gym, Exercise to Music or Water based Exercise, we can update your profile qualifications to include ‘Physical Activity Advisor’.

Please upload your Walking certificate to your activepassport™ and we will then add this category to your profile qualifications.

To do this simply:

  • Login to your activepassport™ account at
  • Click on ‘Entry Qualifications’ and then select ‘Log Qualifications’
  • Next, select ‘Level 2 Fitness Walking’,  and Enter Your Awarding Organisation.

Level 4 Specialist Instructor – Strength and Conditioning


Following significant demand from REPS members, for the creation of a new Level 4 role amongst Personal Trainers allowing them to reach the highest level of their profession (without needing a specialism in a medical area), the Register is adding Strength and Conditioning to the career framework.

From 1st April, 2013 this category is available to REPs instructors who have achieved the UK Strength & Conditioning Association UKSCA accreditation, which supports employability via this route.

An instructor will require a prerequisite of the Level 3 Personal Trainer Category on REPs, in order to gain this new category.

Training providers that deliver training in this area will need to emphasise to their students that the requirement to gain L4 REPs status is UKSCA accreditation via successful completion of the UKSCA assessment day.

If you have already successfully completed the UKSCA assessment day (and therefore hold UKSCA accreditation) and wish to be recognised in this category by REPs, please scan and email a copy of your UKSCA certificate after 1st April 2013 to  or alternatively, upload to your activepassport™ account at (instructions below):

To do this simply:

  • Login to your activepassport™ account at
  • Click on ‘Entry Qualifications’ and then select ‘Log Qualifications’
  • Select ‘L4 Strength and Conditioning’.  Awarding Organisation ‘UKSCA’, and Level ‘Level 4’.

If you are interested in attending an accreditation day please contact the UKSCA

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