I’m qualified……Looking for job as Personal Trainer

I’m qualified……now I need a job!

What are my chances of getting a job as a Personal Trainer after I complete the Discovery Learning Personal Trainer Course?

With Discovery Learning, your chances of success in gaining employment are very good indeed. We are a recommended trainer provider for most of the UK’s leading employers – Fitness First, LA Fitness, DW Sports, David Lloyd Leisure, Nuffield, Virgin Active and many more. Because of the quality of our fitness and personal training courses, many of these employers will guarantee our graduates an interview.

The vast majority of students who have successfully completed all aspects of the course are placed in a job within four weeks of completing their course.

Earning potential for a newly qualified personal trainer is usually around £20-30k, but depending on your location, your employer and of course, how hard you work, can raise well beyond £100k per year.

Our Career and Industry Day, an integral part of the Personal Trainer Course, guides you through the different options for a career in personal training and allows time to discuss your individual preferences. Some of our employer partners attend to describe what working for them looks like, and talk about their existing vacancies. They will often arrange interviews with students on the day.

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Our Career Advisors support you with your applications, covering letter and CV’s if you so wish.

So, what are you waiting for?

Yes, it’s a big step to take if you are changing your career. But it is a buoyant market at the moment. Well trained and qualified Personal Trainers are in demand with leading employers in the fitness industry. Here at Discovery Learning, we look forward to helping you to start your career as a personal trainer soon!

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