This month we as a nation celebrate Black History Month. In the USA, Black History Month has been celebrated every February since 1970, it was not officially celebrated in the UK until 1987 when Akyaaba Addai-Sebo, the activist, organized it. At that time, he was the coordinator for special projects for the Greater London Council….Read More
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Leisure Team Member L2
The role of the Leisure Team Member is to support, enhance and deliver the day to day operations and services of a leisure / fitness facility.
Working as part of a team, it is the responsibility of the leisure team member to undertake a range of operational duties such as assisting with the opening and closing of the facility, undertaking routine maintenance of equipment and maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the environment.Read More
Exercise Referral L3
This Exercise Referral L3 Diploma is designed to provide learners with the knowledge to ensure safe and effective exercise programming for patients with a number of medical conditions and common reasons for referral onto a community-based exercise referral scheme.Read More
Personal Trainer L3
The role of a Personal Trainer is to coach clients towards their health and fitness goals. Through the design and provision of creative and personalised exercise programmes and instruction, nutritional advice and overall lifestyle management.
Personal Trainers will motivate clients to positively change their behaviour and improve their overall wellbeing.
They will provide specialist, tailored advice within their scope of practice, while always being aware of when to refer clients to relevant appropriate professionals for specialist information and guidance.Read More
Advanced Personal Training L4
The Advanced Personal Training qualification involves individuals working with a client throughout their personal training journey in a manner which facilitates their progression towards the successful achievement of their goals.Read More
Leisure Duty Manager L3
The role of the Leisure Duty Manager is to manage the effective day to day ‘front line’ operation of a leisure facility.
They provide visible leadership to a diverse range of staff such as lifeguards and receptionists, whilst promoting an active, healthy lifestyle to customers.
On completion, learners will demonstrate a range of leadership and management skills that will allow them to drive,
develop and successfully lead a team.
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Advanced learner loans – A Summary If you are 19 or above, you could make use of the Advanced Learn Loan that is funded through the Students Loans Company. You can undertake approved qualifications from levels 3 to level 6 with a college or training provider to make use of the loan system which gives…Read More
World Mental Health Day 2020 is so important, it’s been a difficult year for us all, with months of lockdown, loss, and added stress, this has had a huge impact on our mental health and wellbeing. “According to research, with over 16,000 people, we know that more than half of adults (60%) and over two-thirds…Read More
Around 7.6 million jobs, or 24% of the UK workforce, are at the risk because of Covid-19 related lockdowns. People and places with the lowest incomes are the most vulnerable. The effects of Covid-19 have seen a huge impact on economies around the world. It was 23rd March 2020, that the UK went into a nationwide lockdown, to control the pandemic. This seems…Read More