During your research for the right training provider, comparing different schools and understanding which one is the best, can be a daunting task. For this reason, we have developed a complete checklist for choosing the right training provider.
We have created a comprehensive checklist with 130 comparisons points to help you get your research done quickly, focus on criteria that matter the most and hit your career goals (without stress).
This industry is a very good source of revenue for individuals who don’t want to work in an office. But this is not the only reason why people want to become personal trainers, nutritionists of Pilates instructors, some of them have a passion and this is what they want to become. The industry is growing quickly, fitness trainers can earn from £20 to £50/ hour and nutritionists up to £55/hour.
Training providers and schools play an essential role in shaping the future of the industry for the success of both students and clients alike, who pay for specialist fitness or nutrition sessions. The level of preparation for a new student relies on what he/ she learns, and the most important skills are business skills, anatomy and physiology knowledge, practical experience on behavioural change and motivation, including nutrition, mat Pilates and support to find a new job once graduated.
A great training provider brings, therefore, mutual benefit to the student and the student clients.