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Become a Teacher

The KFA has an ongoing training programme for registered KFA teachers, class members and other interested parties.

There are opportunities to train as a KFA teacher with progression and self-development training prospects to become an advanced teacher and further progression to become a KFA trainer.

Teachers have the support of a national governing body and are kept in touch via a teachers newsletter sent three times a year.

The KFA teachers' certificate is an accredited qualification with the technical definition at
CYQ level 3. It is also recognised by REPs at level 3 and will gain you entry on to the REPs insrtuctor register at level 3.

When students have attained the KFA qualification, payment of an annual registration fee (which includes KFA membership, personal accident and public liability insurance, and automatic entry on to the Register of Exercise Professionals) entitles them to teach KFA classes in colleges and sports centres or to run private classes. Teachers can also take advantage of reduced PPL music licence.

A mixed age group Keep Fit class

The basic KFA teachers' certificate qualification is a springboard to other specialist teacher training modules such as:

  • Youth moves - teaching children and young people (4-16 years)
  • Visually impaired
  • Mature moves - teaching 50+ active adults and frail elderly adults
  • Chair based exercise
  • Exercise to music
  • Small apparatus

KFA teaches whole body fitness through dynamic movement, exercise and dance developing both physical and psycho-motor skills in the individual.

If you are interested in becoming a teacher and would like to know more, we would love to hear from you. Please email us at

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