Ready, Set, GROW! Building Your PT Business
Establishing a business can be a daunting task for many experienced Personal Trainers let alone newly qualified graduates.
Overwhelming feedback from graduates entering the industry identifies the need for more practical business advice to assist them to gain and retain clients.
Throughout the Certificate IV in Fitness you learn the basics of business and marketing. Given the growth and competitive nature of the fitness industry, we at AFA strongly believe you need more support in these areas, that’s why we have put together extensive support that covers everything you need to know from writing a marketing plan right through to launching and running your own successful Personal Training business.
Ready, Set, GROW! e-book
Many students studying the Certificate IV in Fitness plan to start their own Personal Training business. That’s why all AFA students receive the ‘Ready, Set, GROW!’ e-book, a comprehensive guide to setting up and marketing your business.
The Australian Fitness Academy’s support services extend to new graduates and existing Personal Trainers already working in the industry, through Fitness Business Mentoring. Through the Fitness Business Mentoring Program you can access the experts at the Academy for specialised advice and assistance.
The team at AFA have extensive fitness industry experience – you will have access to your own fitness business consultant whenever you need them!
The process is simple! Let us know what areas you are seeking advice in and your preferred time for your mentoring session. The mentoring session can be conducted over the phone, or face to face at the Academy in Caulfield, Victoria.
For more information make an enquiry or phone the Academy on 1300 973 342.
“I could not speak highly enough of my experience studying Cert 3 & 4 at Australian Fitness Academy.
The staff are exceptional and were always happy to help me understand what was required as a student and assist with any queries I may have had. I would recommend AFA to anyone looking to work in the fitness industry.”