Lisa Dods

Lecturer - Sport and Fitness

Roles

  • Personal Academic Tutor for HNC/HND Fitness, Health and Exercise and the PDA in Personal Training
  • UHI Programme Leader for HNC/HND Fitness, Health and Exercise
  • Module Leader: Exercise and Lifestyle Analysis and Adherence
  • Module Leader: Physical Activity and Health
  • Module Leader: Practical Exercise Instruction
  • Lecturer – Level 5/Level 6/HNC/HND and BSc

Qualifications

  • Currently studying for a Masters in Physical Activity for Health, University of Edinburgh
  • Post Graduate Diploma Physical Activity for Health – University of Edinburgh
  • Post Graduate Certificate Teaching Qualification (TQFE) – University of Stirling
  • BSc Degree Sport and Exercise Science, Edinburgh Napier University
  • HND Health and Fitness, Edinburgh College
  • Course Director and Assessor for Industry Qualifications

Industry Qualifications

  • Exercise to Music, Gym Instructor, Step Instructor, Water Based Exercise, Group Cycle, Body Jam, Pump FX, Metafit, Older Adults, Ante and Post Natal, Queenax Instructor
  • Personal Trainer Level 3
  • UKSCA Strength and Conditioning Foundation level
  • Strength and Balance for Older adults and Walk leader trained
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • First Aid

Professional Membership

  • The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES)
  • Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS) Level 3 Advanced Instructor, Personal Trainer, Ante and Post Natal, Older Adults and Tutor
  • Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS) Level 2 Gym Instructor, Exercise to Music and Water Based Exercise

Contact

  • +44 (0) 1738 877414
  • Lisa.Dods.Perth@uhi.ac.uk
  • Room 904, Academy of Sport and Wellbeing, Perth College UHI, Crieff Road, Perth, PH1 2NX, Scotland, UK.

Experience

  • Worked in the health and fitness sector for over 20 years
  • Course Director and Assessor for various external organisations
  • Writer for the SQA
  • Internal Verifier

Research Interests

  • The impact of group exercise on health and fitness
  • Physical activity and health for older adults
  • Increasing participation rates in physical activity

Lisa Dods