As well as being incredibly proud of winning the award this year, we are honoured to be the first company to have won this award twice, demonstrating that we have an ongoing and irrepressible passion for providing high quality training and raising standards within the fitness industry.
Rob Johnson, our Managing Director, has said that “We are honoured and delighted to have won this Award for the second year running and to be recognised for our work to raise standards and promote professionalism within the industry. We firmly believe that standards of training and assessment must improve and this must start with training providers engaging and exciting students.
“The delivery of thorough, in-depth training followed by rigorous assessment will ensure we are delivering skilled, professional trainers to the leisure industry which, in turn, will raise standards. Recognition by the Active Training Awards of our commitment and work in this area is hugely encouraging for the industry as a whole.”
The Active Training Awards brings organisations from across the physical activity sector to explore training and skills progression and award the very best in Learning and Development within the sector.
The “Training Provider of the Year” award celebrates the company which best supports the development and delivery of high-quality skills and education services within the fitness industry and demonstrates high quality and impact in their training.
We were one of several finalists for the category “Training Provider of the Year” and we had some stiff competition. The other finalists in our category were:
Researching and comparing Future Fit Training with other training providers can be a daunting task, especially if you want to compare like for like, as every provider uses different course names, pricing, length. For this reason we have developed the Comparison Checklist, for you to download here.
ukactive are a not-for-profit body made up of members and partners across the UK. Their primary mission is to get more people, more active, more often.
They work with organisations in all sectors across the UK who have a role to play in helping improve the health of the nation. This includes Active IQ, who sponsored the Active Training Awards, as well as medical Royal Colleges who are working to establish physical activity referral pathways, and the University of Greenwich.