Short course — ISAK level 1

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The program starts 9 June 2022

Are you interested in measuring body composition, and would you like to measure in a correct way? Learn how to take standardized measurements of body composition during this ISAK level 1 accreditation course.

ISAK, The International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry, has developed international standards for anthropometric assessment and an international anthropometry accreditation scheme with 4 levels. 

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During this ISAK level 1 course you will learn to landmark and measure the 'Restricted ISAK Profile' with the following measurements: body weight, stretch stature, 8 skinfold measurements, 5 girths, and 2 bone breadths.

After the course you are able to mark, measure, and monitor body composition and to calculate the somatotype of your clients or athletes.

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Besides the practicals, the course will cover the next topics: basic anatomy (landmarking), equipment and calibration, methods of body composition measurement, somatotyping, technical error of measurement, and body composition in sports.

Day 1 and 2 consist of practicals and theory. On day 3 there will be a practical exam.

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Monday to Friday: 9.00 - 17.00

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