How to get a Job as a Personal Trainer

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After losing weight so many people take up exercise and then consider new jobs in that so when I was offered this post to share I thought it would be perfect as I am sure I have readers who have considered work as a personal trainer. Obviously this isn’t written by me but by The Training Room however I am sure the information may help someone.

How to get a job as a Personal Trainer

Are you looking to become a Personal Trainer? Not sure where to begin? We are here to point you in the right direction with our Personal Trainer course!

If you’d like to become a Personal Trainer, check out our top tips below. Once you’re ready to enter the fitness industry, The Training Room can help you find a number of personal trainer jobs. Your new career in the health and fitness industry is waiting for you!

  1. Start with passion and enthusiasm for helping others

To be in a job that you love, you need to have passion for the industry and for your role. This is why having this enthusiasm from the beginning is so important when looking for a career in personal training.

You’ll need to be able to motivate your clients, some of which who may not be familiar with any kind of fitness regime, and will all have different goals that they wish to achieve. To be able to have the passion to help others follow their own exercise plans is the first step to becoming a personal trainer.

  2) Study for an industry recognised qualification   

Our next step to becoming a personal trainer is to complete an industry recognised qualification that will impress potential employers.

If you choose to study personal training with The Training Room, you will receive the Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training, that will teach you specialised exercises as well as a broader range of skills and advanced fitness planning.

You are able to study this course full time, part time or via our accessible e-learning platform meaning there will be an option for you that suits your lifestyle and ways of learning.  

3) Decide if you want to go employed or self-employed

Now it’s time to decide what kind of Personal Trainer you wish to be. Employed Personal Trainers could work for a gym or health club and be part of their group of personal trainers.
However, you could decide to run your own business and build up your client base independently.

Where are the types of workplaces I could work as a Personal Trainer?

  • Health clubs
  • Fitness gyms
  • Holiday resorts
  • Corporate businesses
  • Sport performance facilities
  • Colleges and universities

4) Get those interviews and job offers!

Here at The Training Room, we have corporate partnerships with health and fitness companies across the UK, meaning we can get you talking to the right people and find a number of personal trainer jobs for you.

If that wasn’t enough, we will we guarantee an interview with a leading UK health club after you complete the course! This will get you right on track for your first Personal Trainer job in the UK.

Find out more about The Training Room

It’s not easy to become a Personal Trainer, but The Training Room are here to help you every step of the way. Our fitness courses will help you get a job as a personal trainer whilst getting you one step ahead of the competition with our invaluable corporate links. To find out more about our personal trainer courses and how to enrol, visit our website.

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