Click on the “BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR” button, you will be directed to BELEDI® INSTRUCTOR TRAINING registration page. Follow the steps to register for training. There are no prerequisites to becoming a Beledi Instructor, although a fitness or dance background will be an added advantage. Anyone 18 years or older may attend a Beledi Instructor Training.
A participant should be 18 years and above to attend any Beledi Instructor Training however if the participant from age 14 to 17 years can enroll for training provided they give a liability form from their parents along with a letter of acceptance. You can write to email@example.com
Beledi is a fitness format framed for women muscles in appropriate ratio of cardio and strengthening workout required for healthy lifestyle of a women. Every woman should have Beledi in her workout schedule because its an internal workout resulting to healthy functioning of the body and focuses on toning to hour glass shape. By being a BELEDI® Instructor, you will admire the beautiful you and happy clients.
You should bring a towel, water, a sweatshirt, a healthy snack and lunch. The right type of shoe is key to easy-flowing movement, so you should wear good supportive shoes such as cross-trainers or dance specific sneakers. Wear shoes that do not have a lot of tread at the bottom and are meant for medial/lateral/twisting motion. Bring a notebook and pen to take additional notes.
After completing the Instructor Training, you can begin teaching whenever you feel comfortable and ready. We would ask you to practice at least for a month or so that you can become a expert in teaching, which would be communicated to you during assessment at training. Every instructor is an independent contractor, which gives you the freedom to set your own schedule, rates, terms, agreements, etc. at any facility you choose. Although the Instructor Training shows you how to teach as well as how to create routines for a Beledi® class, you may need to practice on your own and take time to choose the right selection of music. Some fitness facilities require their instructors to have a general group exercise certification. The Beledi® program is considered a specialty certificate, just like pilates or yoga. Ask your local fitness facility what their requirements are in order for you to teach at their facility. You can always obtain a Beledi certificate first and then obtain a general certification. Some facilities may allow you to start teaching Beledi classes as long as you have a Beledi certificate and evidence that you are working to obtain a general certification. Two highly recognized certifications are ACE and AFAA. For details, go to acefitness.org or afaa.com.
If you register for and successfully complete your Basic & Fusion 1 training, your license is valid for twelve months from the date of your training. As with any reputable occupation, a professional is expected to keep up-to-date on industry knowledge and stay fresh with their industry skills. Beledi wants its instructors to be the best in the industry and maintain a high level of expertise and proficiency. To help instructors attain and maintain this status, Beledi provides numerous opportunities for continuing education and requires all Beledi Instructors to update their skills in order to renew their instructor certificate.
There are several ways to renew your license so you can continue teaching Beledi® classes: 1. Become a EDU Member: BELEDI® offers a comprehensive continuing education program to all BELEDI® Instructors. EDU Members are constantly receiving new choreography and music to change and update their routines, along with a wealth of marketing materials and ideas to help ensure lifelong success. The benefits are numerous, and of course, EDU members in good standing are always considered "Current BELEDI Instructors," meaning their certificate is always valid as long as they are a EDU Member. 2. Retake the BELEDI® Basic & Fusion 1 Instructor Training if you are not a EDU member.