AUT - Body Composition Assessment (Anthropometry 2)


Body Composition Assessment (Anthropometry 2)

Programme Code: COM510
Course Fee*: $740
40 REPS CEC Credits
Prerequisite: Body Composition Assessment (Anthropometry 1)

This paper covers the assessment of Advanced Body Composition. Expand on the knowledge and skills you gained in your ISAK Anthropometry Level 1 course by enrolling in Anthropometry Level 2. By completing this course you will be able to offer your clients and athletes a more comprehensive range of measurements. This is an internationally recognised course that is endorsed by ISAK, the International Governing body of Anthropometry. Each participant who successfully completes the assessment criteria will gain the ISAK Certification.

Topics Include:

  • Advanced landmarking
  • Equipment calibration
  • Large scale surveys
  • Body composition and health
Paper Code: 510121/01
Dates: 20, 21, 22 & 23 February 2014
Times: 8.30am – 5.00pm
Location: AUT-Millennium Campus

Re-accreditation for Anthropometry Level 2 is available on the 23rd February 2014.

*For International students some additional fees may apply, please click here for more information.

How to apply:

For all applicants please click on the 'apply' button at the top right hand side of this page and download and complete the Application Form for Short Courses.

Please follow the instructions on the form and return to the address advised.

For more information on Short Courses or an enrolment form, contact:

Aya Nakamura
Short Course Coordinator
(09) 921 9999 ext 7503

Jane Hall
Short Course Manager
(09) 921 9152

If you have any questions regarding completing the enrolment form please contact Aya Nakamura ph: 921 9999 ext 7503 or email

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Last updated: 14-Feb-2014 9.59pm

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