One of our aims is to give community instructors the recognition they deserve as a fitness
professional. With this in mind we think that Education is a central part of this.
Let’s caste our minds back to around about 2008/9, until teaching in the community meant
taking the traditional route that went something like this. Take an Exercise to Music Course
and then set up an Aerobics class in the local village hall, we grapevined, box stepped and
leg, bummed and tummed in our own happy little way. Then something happened, Zumba
came along and with it the training model changed. Something magical happened and
fitness teaching became so much more accessible. You loved dance fitness? Then you could
Fast forward 10 years, it’s a business model that has taken over the industry, fitness brands
offering one day training courses. They offer all that you need to set up a class, music,
choreography, marketing support, the list goes on. Without this model community fitness
wouldn’t be what it is today.
However, why stop there? Once you’ve stepped your toe into the water there’s an ocean
waiting to be explored. That one day training just skims the surface of what teaching a class
means. The natural next step is to look at a formal qualification. We want to support your
professional development, we offer quality education with experienced tutors, who will
guide you through the course and assessment. Our tutors are all community based and
know just what it takes to be successful in the community.
Pop over to our training page to find the latest courses we have on offer.