Future Fit Training is pleased to have partnered with The Royal Society for Public Health back in 2018. As part of this, we are collaborating together on a number of exciting new projects, for example, the launch of the new Level 4 Nutrition for Physical Activity qualification.
Chief Executive, Shirley Cramer says:
“Every year, the RSPH National Health and Wellbeing Awards are a high point of the public health calendar and represent an excellent opportunity to celebrate the hard work and innovation of those working to support the public’s health,” Shirley said.
“As part of our commitment to support the wider public health workforce, we are excited to be partnering with Future Fit Training and look forward to working with them on developing a suite of qualifications for the Exercise Professional Workforce. We are also pleased that all learners completing an RSPH accredited qualification with Future Fit will become members of RSPH, the leading independent body for people working to improve and protect the public’s health.
“This recognises the broader role of this workforce in supporting individuals to lead healthier lives, and our partnership with Future Fit will provide a convenient, and unique way for those working in the health and fitness sector to be recognised by RSPH and supported in their careers. “
The Royal Society for Public Health is an independent health education charity and the world’s longest-established public health body. As part of their work, the RSPH provides recognised health-related qualifications.
RSPH membership comes with a wide range of benefits including:
“It is really pleasing to be a part of the fantastic work that the RSPH do, as they expand to the fitness industry,” Future Fit Managing Director Rob Johnson said. “To be able to offer our students an additional accreditation to give them the best possible chance to progress in their field is something we are delighted to be involved with.”
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