There’s never been a better time to start a career as a personal trainer – the industry is growing and more people are looking to personal trainers to help them achieve real results. If you’re passionate about helping people reach their fitness goals, improve their health and feel great about themselves, personal training is for you!
Qualifying as a personal trainer is where your new career starts. Check out some of the opportunities open to you once you’ve graduated:
Strength and conditioning coach
Partner with professional sports men and women to help them reach peak condition.
Gyms and health clubs are increasingly recruiting specialist trainers to run classes for their members.
Level 4 specialist
Expand your expertise to help train those with complex medical conditions such as back pain and diabetes.
Become a tutor
Once experienced as a personal trainer, exercise class instructor or gym manager, why not use your skills to help others into the fitness industry by becoming a tutor?
Got a real head for business and enjoy working as part of a large team? Managing a health club or gym may be the path for you.
About our courses
All of our courses have been developed with health and fitness experts to meet the requirements of the industry. Once you qualify, you’ll have everything you need to start a career as a successful personal trainer, straight away.
With 19 academies across the country and courses starting every two weeks, enrolling on a programme that suits you couldn’t be easier.
Once you’re on a Training Room course, you’ll receive hands-on support from our team of highly experienced fitness tutors. After graduation, we’ll guarantee you interviews with some of the country’s top health and fitness organisations, including David Lloyd Health Clubs, Esporta Health Clubs, Fitness First, LA Fitness and Mark Warner Holidays.
Need a bit more persuasion?
- Once enrolled, you’ll be assigned your own individual career advisor who will tailor your training to suit your specific needs
- You don’t need to have any qualifications or previous experience to train with us
- We can help to cover the cost of your course fees through our funding programme
- Newly qualified personal trainers earn between £20K and £30K in their first year of full-time work
We consider all applications and have worked with everyone from college-leavers and ex-servicemen to graduates and those not currently in employment. Our funding programme means we can even help to cover the cost of your course fees.