Level 3 Personal Trainer to Business Personal Trainer


You have completed your Level 3, and you are about to start out as a Personal Trainer.  You have choices, do you go employed in a club, self-employed in a club, pay rent, swap for hours on the gym floor, be a mobile Personal Trainer, train in the park, train in church halls or a combination, not to mention training online.

Then you have to think about tax, accounts, insurance, marketing and how to actually take the payments.

Kim came through the FASTER programme and then managed to set up and maintain a business as a premium-priced Personal Trainer, from her first year in the industry.  Additionally, she did this while moving from a well-paid job at a regional level in sales.

This course is designed to give you a head start in your business, saving you a lot of money and time going forward. The course has pre-written material and is delivered weekly live using Zoom so you can ask questions to Kim in person.  If you miss a week the live call is recorded and added to the Hive Learning app.

You can pay in one, or in instalments and if you carry on scrolling down you can see the course modules.

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This course is designed to help you get a helping hand into the industry, with a mixture of pre-written modules and weekly live drop in’s with Kim, our business expert who managed to trade in her high paying area sales job and become a successful and well paid Personal Trainer, straight from Level 3.

This course has been designed to help you with the components of a business that are vital to get you going, including the following modules –

Introduction to being a Personal Training Business
Finding your business Why
Evaluating the choices – Gym Based, Home Based, Studio Rent or Online
Finding the essentials – Insurance, Licence, DBS, GDPR etc
Working in Clubs – A guide to being successful
Working in Studios / Renting a Space
The successful Mobile Trainer
Generating Business – Finding Clients
Marketing – Planning and Budgeting
Designing the consultation for further sales and better retention
How to take payments
Tax and Record-Keeping

Additional information

Payment Options

Pay in One, Pay in Installments