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UK Active Awards 2022 - Finalist

We have been selected as Finalists for three categories in the UKactive awards 2022!

Here at Future Fit we have some great news to share; we can officially announce that we are finalists in three award categories of the ukactive awards 2022!

  1. Supplier of the Year
  2. Digital Transformation Award
  3. Education Provider of the Year

ukactive aims to help improve the nation’s health by encouraging people to become more active more often. We pride ourselves on making a difference in the health and fitness industry; we believe in providing a high standard of education in this field to educate people who can then go on to help others. We would like to express our excitement as we enter as finalists for three categories!

We would also like to take the time to showcase some of our great learners who are now in the top eight for physical activity heroes; where individuals share their stories of how they have impacted and inspired those with whom they engage. They explore stories which have proved the importance of physical activity and how this has a transformational impact on health, happiness and wellbeing.

Our learners:

Jaina Mistry

Jaina is a true inspiration within the fitness industry. Jaina had to overcome significant challenges as a person who is registered blind to become a fitness instructor, she worked hard and sought clear support to help her on this journey. She has an inspirational story of not allowing her visual impairment to get in the way of what she wants to achieve personally and professionally. She is a qualified fitness instructor and nutritional advisor and works hard to share the key message of the benefits of being more active, more often.”

Fiona Roberts

After qualifying with Future Fit Training in 2018 and becoming a Personal Trainer, Fiona started going into refuges and women’s charities in her local area to provide women who have experienced trauma, such as domestic abuse, with free exercise and classes. This has led to her founding the charity, The Movement, which helps match fitness professionals with charities in their local area to help promote a more trauma-informed fitness industry and support women’s rights to exercise.”

These genuinely inspiring learners have shown dedication and commitment to making a difference in the health and fitness industry, showing that you can take high-quality education somewhere impactful. We would love for you to take the time to vote for our learners and recognise the success of their stories; please use the link below to submit your vote.