Class Schedules

National Personal Training Institute

New Classes Begin Every Three Months!

PERSONAL TRAINING CLASS SCHEDULE

1)  Full Time 6-Month Program

Day Schedule: Mon-Thur 9:30-2:30

  • January 8th, 2018- June 21st, 2018
  • April 9th, 2018- September 20th, 2018
  • July 9th, 2018 – December 20th, 2018
  • October 8th, 2018- March 21st, 2019

2)  Part-time 1 Year Programs

Day Schedule: Mon and Wed 9:30-2:30 for 1st 6 months; Tue and Thur 9:30-2:30 for 2nd 6 months*

 

2018 School Break Schedule

March 26th – April 8th  (Spring Break)

June 25th – July 8th (Summer Break)

September 24th – October 7th (Fall Break)

NPTI Portland observes the following holidays:

Memorial Day

Labor Day

Veteran’s Day

Thanksgiving Day

MLK Day

Presidents Day

All listed courses below are included within both the Full-time and Part-time NPTI programs:

  • (Anat I) Anatomy
  • (Anat II) Anatomy
  • (Phys I) Physiology I *
  • (Phys II) Physiology II *
  • (Nutri I) Nutrition I
  • (Nutri II) Nutrition II
  • (PD I) Program Design I
  • (PD II) Program Design II
  • (P/MA I) Posture/Movement Analysis I
  • (P/MA II) Posture/Movement Analysis II
  • (FB I) Fitness Business I *
  • (FB II) Fitness Business II *
  • (Pra I) Practical I*
  • (Pra II) Practical II*

Denotes personal training classes only available through NPTI Program itself. All other classes can be taken to work towards an NPTI Diploma or for continuing education. Classes taken on an individual bases will require additional fees.  For specific costs, refer to the program costs page under the costs tab.

 

3)  Sign-up For Individual Classes within each term

  •  (Anat I) Anatomy
  • (Anat II) Anatomy

This course offers an extensive look at the landmarks and responsibilities of the anatomical system.  The course focuses on the primary and secondary muscles in joint mobility and stability, along with the skeletal system’s role in stature, leverage and movement.  The identification of landmarks is an integral part of the curriculum, however, the course’s objectives are geared to integrate the system’s impacts on the physiological systems, posture and movement, metabolism, psychology, performance, rehabilitation and reconditioning, biomechanics, and exercise.

25-Hour Classes at $310.00 each

Monday Day 12-2:30pm

  • (Nutri I) Nutrition I
  • (Nutri II) Nutrition II

This course investigates the nutritional science and foundations of food and energy.  The course breaks down the raw science and investigation of nutrients.  We will discuss the psychological and societal impact on food choices, availability and perceptions.  We will address the energy balance and individual differences throughout human physiology, to help explain differences in metabolism, genetics, appearances, performance levels, weight management and disease prevention.

25 – Hours Classes at $310 each

Tuesday Day 9:30-11:30am

  • (PD I) Program Design I
  • (PD II) Program Design II

This course gives structure to the programming and guidance in developing proper exercise and nutritional programs.  After creating a base and foundation, program designing is crucial in supporting realistic goal setting, establishing appropriate progressions, variability, safety and successful goal reaching.  The course is founded upon anatomical, physiological and nutritional sciences, as they are imperative in supporting the essential questions of training.

25-Hour Class at $310.00 each

Thursday Day 12-2:30pm

  • (P/MA I) Posture/Movement Analysis I
  • (P/MA II) Posture/Movement Analysis II

This course uses various tools to educate students on posture and movement such as posture charts, instructional videos from various experts including Grey Cook and Justin Price.  These instructional videos provide a framework in analyzing stance and gait patterns, which helps identify mobility or stability issues through the biomechanical system of the human body.  Identifying imbalances will help address alignment and movement technique in helping increase performance, sustain exercise, promote joint health, prevent or decrease joint pain and gain confidence.

25-Hour Classes $310.00 each

Tuesday Day 12-2:30pm

COSTS

Registration/Enrollment Fee (One time)- $25.00

Gym fee usage (except Nutrition class)- $50.00 each

Textbook: Williams Basic Nutrition and Diet Therapy- ebook – $45

Textbook: Basic Anatomy-$25.00

 

* Denotes personal training classes only available through NPTI Program itself. All other classes can be taken to work towards an NPTI Diploma or for continuing education. Classes taken on an individual bases will require additional fees.  For specific costs, refer to the program costs page under the costs tab.