My PT Career Options
Here’s a taster of the choices available to newly qualified Personal Trainers.
A great environment to gain a fuller understanding of all aspects to gym operations,
customer service, client retention, and opportunities to build relationships with
longer standing clients.
Very often a prestigious environment with exclusive facilities and clients. A brilliant
setting to understand expectation levels of high fee paying guests and members.
Heavily marketed and sales focused, the chain arena offers a platform to learn
system based procedures, from diary management, to up-selling extra training
services and classes.
With a constant turnover of new clients, this transient setting develops a Trainer’s
ability to get to the heart of a client’s requirements quickly and effectively and
deliver a training schedule that transforms and rewards.
As our qualification entitles you to practice internationally, working abroad can
familiarize Trainers with a variety of cultures, and adds depth to any Training C.V.
not to mention the enjoyment of seeing the rest of the world.
Own Business Opportunities
An exciting opportunity to make a business out of your qualification.
Setting up as a self employed Personal Trainer affords you the freedom of choosing
your own hours, targeting your preferred client profiles, and retaining keeping all the
Attached to the self employed freedoms are the responsibilities of legal obligations
such as HMRC and liability insurance requirements, as well as the necessity of self
promotion and marketing in order to win clients (your wage payers!)
A progressive step towards creating larger revenue streams allowing you to earn
even when you’re not training. Membership fees and personal trainer fees via
trainers operating out of your gym, paying you commissions/rent are the two
primary sources of extra income, on top of your own client base.
As with the self employed route, owning your own gym business comes with greater
responsibilities, and sounds financial planning in the form of projecting, budgeting
and contingency preparation are required to increase profitable operating.