1. Identify and apply the components of the neuromuscular system and principles of kinesiology to individual joint complexes as they relate to movement, stability and posture. 2. Analyse movement during prescribed exercises to identify the muscles that act to produce and control a movement of a particular joint. 3. Apply the principles of anatomy and physiology to analyse the adaptive process of the neuro-musculoskeletal system with respect to exercise, injury, immobility and aging. 4. Choose and conduct movement, anthropometric, body composition, flexibility and posture analyses appropriate to the client (including injured, disabled and aged clients) and their goals (including sports, talent identification, exercise for health and activities of daily living). 5. Prescribe an exercise program based on movement, anthropometric flexibility and posture analyses.