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A Master Fitness Trainer (MFT) delivers training relating to US Army Physical Readiness Training (APRT) system and the H2F initiative. 3.0 What is the Role of a MFT? The role of a MFT is to: Assist commanders in developing physical readiness training (PRT) programmes to improve operational readiness and minimise injuries.What is a master fitness trainer in the Army?
Master Fitness Trainer Course The Master Fitness Trainer Course trains selected Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs) and Commissioned Officers in all aspects of the Army’s Physical Readiness Training (PRT) System, so they can be unit advisors on physical readiness issues and monitor the unit and individual physical readiness program.What is the purpose of the MftC?
4.0 What is the Purpose of the MFTC? The Master Fitness Trainer Course (MFTC) trains selected non-commissioned officers (NCO’s) and commissioned officers in all aspects of the APRT system and H2F initiative so they can be unit advisors on physical readiness issues and monitor unit and individual physical readiness programmes.What are the benefits of MFT certification?
“Certified MFTs are expected to increase Soldier physical readiness, decrease accession losses, reduce injury rates and standardize unit training in accordance with Army training doctrine.” (Fort Carson Mountaineer, 2015). 4.0 What is the Purpose of the MFTC?