Fitness managers are the people that run gyms, health clubs and leisure centres throughout the company. A Fitness manager's role includes motivating their team, creating promotional offers, designing weekly staff rotas, customer care, contracting out for building maintenance and a whole host of other management responsibilities. The Certificate in Fitness Management is a qualification that can teach a fitness professional how best to manage people and the day-to-day running of a public facility.
Who is the Certificate in Fitness Management training course aimed at?
Many formal fitness manager qualifications require that students have pre-requisite fitness qualifications and the Certificate in Fitness Management is no different. The course is aimed at fitness professionals, including REPs Level 2 fitness instructors and gym instructors as well as REPs Level 3 personal trainers etc., who are interested in gaining employment as a fitness or duty manager at a brand name health club or an independent fitness centre.
Certificate in Fitness Management course content
The Certificate in Fitness Management is a manual-based distance learning training course. This means students can work through the modules at their own pace. Students, with the support of a dedicated tutor (via telephone, postal and email contact) will learn about the major aspects of fitness management, including:
- Client retention
- Health club operations
- People management
- Health club design
These broad units will touch upon all aspects of running a successful and profitable health club or fitness centre.
After graduating with a Certificate in Fitness Management
Graduates of a formal Certificate in Fitness Management should obtain a accreditation form the Institute of Sports Recreation Management (ISRM). The IRSM is international recognised, which means that graduates of the Certificate in Fitness Management will be able to gain employment in countries, including the UK, USA, Australia and main land Europe, amongst other places.
Graduates should also be able to apply for fitness manager and other management roles within health, fitness and leisure, including health club management, leisure centre management, juice bar management, gym floor duty managers and more.
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