Some of the biggest employers in the fitness industry are organisations including; Les Mills, F45, CrossFit, Fitness First, Goodlife Health Clubs, Genesis, Anytime Fitness, Snap Fitness, Jetts and many more. Our Job Board includes positions with many of these companies.
Some of these organisations include their own training courses and professional development updates. We recognise that these organisations need to train their staff to be able to deliver their own programs and services.
Our philosophy is that we want to have highly skilled and knowledgeable exercise professionals servicing the fitness industry. Therefore, we will always recommend that students complete the nationally accredited qualifications which are the Certificate III and IV in Fitness.
While we have no direct affiliation with any of the organisations listed below, we are happy to provide students with information if they wish to complete further courses with them to enhance their employment opportunities.
Therefore while the information below is accurate and current to the best of our knowledge, we advise students interested in finding out further information to contact the organisations directly.
The Les Mills range of classes include: BodyPump, BodyBalance, BodyCombat, BodyJam, BodyAttack and RPM, amongst others.
Every three months Les Mills releases new music and choreography for each of the programs. The Les Mills programs are international and consistent, so that a BODYPUMP® class anywhere in Europe will be the same experience as a class in Australia.
F45 is an extremely popular form of high-intensity training. Each session lasts for 45 minutes (hence the name!) and is designed to incorporate functional full-body activities that maximise calorie expenditure.
For further information click here https://f45training.com/
“Goodlife Health Clubs has one of the most diverse and extensive range of group fitness classes in Australia, and quality group fitness instructors are always in demand.
Goodlife Health Clubs require all new instructors to hold a Certificate III in Fitness qualification as a minimum, followed by training in their class of choice.”
– Goodlife National Group Fitness Manager
“Fitness First are always looking for enthusiastic and energetic people who love exercise classes, and would like to turn their passion into a career.
Fitness First require our staff to have the Certificate III and IV in Fitness qualification as a minimum, and Les Mills then offer a terrific range of Initial Training Module courses to teach the class that suits you.”
– Gary Trigg-Graynoth, Manager, Fitness First