CCRA provides a program, which promotes concurrent learning in logic, hobby and language and embedded into daily lives.

Beginner Fitness Course

  • Anatomy and physiology
    1. HKRD111 Evaluate Anatomy and Physiology Principles Into Fitness Design
  • Equipment maintenance
    1. HKRD112 Assess Participating Workplace Health and Safety
    2. HKRD113 Maintaining Sports Equipment
  • Exercise Prescription
    1. HKRD114 Guided Fitness Program
    2. HKRD115 Instructing Strength and Conditioning
  • Orientation, Health Check-up, Physical Fitness Assessment
    1. HKRD116 Provide Health Screening and Fitness Coaching
    2. HKRD117 Carry Out Fitness Assessment
    3. HKRD118 Provides Quality Service
    4. HKRD119 Work in a Sports, Fitness and Recreational Environment Effect
  • First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    1. HKRD120 Provide First Aid
  • Healthy Eating and Drinking
    1. HKRD121 Provide Information On Healthy Eating
  • Population-Specific
    1. HKRD122 Identify and apply population-Specific Exercise Considerations
    2. HKRD123 Coaching Practice to Older Clients
  • Group exercises
    1. HKRD124 Assess Risk and Apply Risk Management Process
    2. HKRD125 Instruct Approved Community Fitness Programs
    3. HKRD126 Team Sports Coaching

Certificate Level

  • Group Individual Training
    1. HKRD211 Providing a Positive Impact on Motor Behavior
    2. HKRD212 Guided Group Personal Training Program
    3. HKRD213 Satisfying Client Needs
  • Personal Training
    1. HKRD214 Promoting Functional Motor Capacity
    2. HKRD215 Directing Body Composition Targeted Exercise Planning
    3. HKRD216 Mentoring Personal Training Program
    4. HKRD217 Recognizing the provision of nutritional advice to clients and identifying dangers
    5. HKRD218 Supporting Healthy Eating Through the Eating for Health Program
  • Small Business – PT Business Design
    1. HKRD219 Establishing Legal and Risk Management for Small Businesses
    2. HKRD220 Marketing Small Businesses
    3. HKRD221 Conduct Small Business Planning
    4. HKRD222 Monitoring and Managing Small Business Operations
    5. HKRD223 Manage Small Business Finances
  • Strength and Physical Strength
    1. HKRD224 Working with Medical and Health Professionals in Fitness Settings
    2. HKRD225 Instructing Long-Term Exercise Planning
    3. HKRD226 Incorporating Principles of Exercise Science into Exercise Training
    4. HKRD227 Carry Out a Bespoke Long-Term Training Programme
    5. HKRD228 Developing Strength and Conditioning Programs
  • Training of Adolescents
    1. HKRD229 13 to 17-year-olds Sports Coaching
    2. HKRD230 Working in Open Spaces


  • Promotes Health
    1. HKRD311 Start Health Promotion Activities
    2. HKRD312 The Impact of Behavioral Change
    3. HKRD313 Provide Advanced First Aid
  • Fitness Centre Management
    1. HKRD314 Self-Reflection and Enhancement of Professional Practice
    2. HKRD315 Applying Communication to Build Relationship
    3. HKRD316 Managerial Performance
    4. HKRD317 Help Recruit, Recruit, and Appoint staff
  • Business and Marketing
    1. HKRD318 Carry Out Project Work
    2. HKRD319 Implement and Monitor Marketing Activities
    3. HKRD320 Managing Budgets and Financial Planning
  • Advanced Personal Training
    1. HKRD321 Implementing Injury Prevention Strategies
    2. HKRD322 Instructing Advanced Exercise Planning
    3. HKRD323 Application of Anatomy and Physiology to Advanced Personal Training
    4. HKRD324 Applying Empirical Science to Exercise Planning
  • Advanced Physical Training
    1. HKRD325 Selection and Use of Technical Equipment for Physical Education, Fitness, and Recreation
    2. HKRD326 Developing Strength and Conditioning Programs
    3. HKRD327 Strength and Conditioning Coaching Skills

We have successfully establish our first presence at John Paul College campus, “AMEC JPC Chinese”, it has achieved further than expected from hobby to logic learning and academic interests for young adults.
Chinese language learning uses special characters to signify a meaning of phrase or words, which has been proven to improve children’s logic learning capacity.

We currently have Monday to Friday 3:30pm to 4:30pm:
• Kindy class
• Year 1-Year 2 Class
• Year 3-Year 5 Class
• Year 6-Year 8 Class
• Year 9-Year1 1 Class
• Year 12 Op Chinese Class
• Adult Class

We also have one to one tutor class.
Please contact us to get the latest Class timetable.

Immunology Lectures

Lecture time

Taichung Show:
May 27, 2022 (Fri) 2pm – 4pm
Showroom, Qiuhonggu Education Park, Taichung City

Taipei Show (Limited lunch boxes are available for the lecture):
August 19, 2002 (Fri) 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
57th Floor, Building 101, Xinyi District, Taipei City
The Executive Centre

Mr. Maurice Hou

For more detail, please visit the Workshops page

What do you teach?

From Traditional Chinese to Simplified. Multilingualism is certainly the future trend for all Australians. As Australia is situated in the Asia-Pacific region, Asian languages, therefore, are very important for building stronger relationships across the region including closer educational, cultural and people links.

Our major sponsor-Australian Multicultural Education Centre (AMEC) has a strong background in offering excellent Chinese tutors who prepare students by providing outstanding Chinese language skills for global use.

Will you teach Traditional Chinese or Simplified Chinese?

We teach both! We will teach both traditional to simplified characters. Currently, Mainland China uses Simplified Chinese; however, Hong Kong, Macao, Singapore and Taiwan still use traditional Chinese. Chinese Characters are a beautiful art form and include many stories and meanings about how and why Chinese words came to be. Moreover, we will use a fun, interesting way to explain how the Chinese language has developed and change from traditional to simplified Chinese over time.