This blog will explain how to answer the complicated Level 2 worksheet question asking about the duty of care for each special population group.
- This is a complex question, with a simple answer
- Our clear step-by-step Video Tutorial
- What the Duty of Care responsibilities are for 14-16year old, Pre and Post Natal Women, with Disabilities and Older Adults
- The limitations of a fitness instructor when training 14-16year old, Pre and Post Natal Women, Disabilities and Older Adults
- Exactly how to answer the question in your own words
- Three Example Mock Questions about the Heart and Circulatory System
This is a complex question, with a simple answer
You are not alone, this question is undoubtedly the most confusing question in the Level 2 Fitness Worksheets.
When I hear from a learner “my worksheets are going fine, I’m just stuck on one question”… I know it will be this question.
“Give one example of duty of care for each special population group”
What does this question even mean?
It is pretty complicated to interpret, so I made you this video tutorial to help you answer this question.
Clear step-by-step Video Tutorial to help you
In this video, I explain everything you need to know about:
- what the question means,
- why you need to know this,
- and what you need to know to pass this worksheet question.
What is the Duty of Care for each specialist population group?
Duty of care is referring to the action that you need to make to ensure you are taking responsibility for the care for special population clients.
You need to make it clear WHO has duty of care over the person in question, for example, a parent/ guardian has Duty of Care over the 14 -16-year-old clients.
What are the Limitations of a fitness professional?
This refers to what you can and cannot do as a level 2 instructor when you don’t have any additional specialist qualifications.
You need to state the capacity in which you can work with these clients without any extra qualifications
For example, when working with disabilities you can’t focus on rehab or class yourself as a specialist, but you can adapt health-related exercise programs for those with disabilities.
How to answer the question in your own words?
Make sure you offer the right amount of information to fulfil the marks required.
The above video outlines everything you need to complete this worksheet question, using the Active IQ Level 2 Fitness Instructor LAP. However this may vary for other awarding bodies, new syllabus and different training providers, so read the question carefully.
Level 2 Gym Instructor Mock Questions:
Q1. Which of the following is not considered as a special population?
A. A pregnant female
B. A 30-year-old healthy male
C. A 14 year old
D. A disabled client
Q2. Who has duty of care for 14-16 year olds?
A. The child-parent/guardian must sign a consent form
B. The gym instructor
C. The child can sign consent themselves
D. The gym manager
Q3. What is the limitation for a Level 2 gym instructor when working with pregnant females?
A. Only level 3 Personl ltrainers can work with pregnant females
B. Any gym instructor can write an exercise plan during any part of pregnancy
C. Generic advice can be offered regarding activity, but no specialist plans can be written without a children’s fitness qualification
D. Generic advice can be offered regarding activity, but no specialist plans can be written without a pre/post natal qualification
Answers to the mock questions are :
Question 1= A, Question 2 = B, Question 3 = D
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