• To provide an understanding of the rationale behind the OEP design, service implementation, and the principles of exercise programming and the guidelines for leading exercise for frailer older people in 1-2-1 and group settings.
  • To provide the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to deliver the OEP safely and effectively to frailer older people with a high risk, or history of falls, and to understand the differing skills and qualifications required for implementing the programme.
  • To provide information about the health and falls prevention benefits of exercise and the impact of falls on older people


L3 Older Adult Qualification (if REPs registered and insured).

This course is aligned with L2 REPs because this is an evidence based pre-ser programme, however suitbality for entry into the OEP Programme is identified by a higher level trained health professional.


Worksheets and Practical Assessment

Awarding Organisation: