What is the Fast Track Personal Training Course?
The Fast Track Personal Trainer Course provides you with an exciting opportunity to work in the fitness industry much faster and easier! We designed this course to allow you to enter Certificate IV in Fitness faster by stripping back the required workload in Certificate III in Fitness to less than half!
This means you simply only complete the entry requirements from Certificate III in Fitness, giving you access to your SIS40221 – Certificate IV in Fitness sooner. The entry units that must be completed, can be completed in roughly half of the time. This is the reason why it’s called the Fast Track PT course.
When you graduate you will be issued with the SIS40221 – Certificate IV in Fitness, and you will be ready to start working as a Personal Trainer sooner.
Can you enrol in the Fast Track Personal Trainer straight away?
Yes! Anyone can study the Fast Track Personal Trainer Course, there are no entry requirements to get started. If want to work with one-on-one clients sooner, then enrolling in this course is your best option.
You must remember that fast-tracking your study has its perks, but it does give you a slightly different outcome compared to completing both your SIS30321 – Certificate III in Fitness and SIS40221 – Certificate IV in Fitness together. This can be achieved by enrolling in the Complete Personal Trainer course.
Pros and cons of the Fast Track Personal Trainer course.
The Fast Track Personal Trainer course gives you a faster and more affordable study option, resulting in becoming a qualified Personal Trainer much sooner.
To be completely transparent, this course isn’t for everyone. As a result of completing only the entry units from Certificate III in Fitness, you miss units that qualify you as a Gym Instructor and Group Fitness Instructor. This means that you won’t be able to call yourself a Gym Instructor or Group Fitness Instructor. It’s important that you understand what’s involved in the course you enrol in to make the best possible decision for your future career.
You can still work with clients as a Group Personal Trainer in a one-on-one setting as a Personal Trainer.
What is my earning potential as a Personal Trainer?
The most common yearly salary is between 60-80k per year, all the way up to 140k+. Personal Trainers starting their own business can price their sessions anywhere from $60 – $130+ per hour. Once you’ve built your business up to full-time hours, you can see the earning potential stack up quickly.
Where can I work as a Personal Trainer?
Once you’ve completed your SIS40221 – Certificate IV in Fitness, you’re then qualified to work at a variety of facilities as a Personal Trainer. Picking the right gym or studio to grow your business will help you build the right clientele and thrive as a Personal Trainer.
The SIS40221 – Certificate IV in Fitness gives you the qualification to work in facilities such as the following. Fitness First, Goodlife Health Clubs, Snap Fitness, Fernwood Fitness, Anytime Fitness or functional training studios such as F45, PLC, Fitstop and BodyFit.
Can I undertake further study after P.T?
You sure can! If you’re looking to provide nutrition support to your clients, then the 11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition is for you! The 11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition perfectly complements your role as a Personal Trainer.
Our Complete Nutritionist provides complete nutrition education. You will gain the practical skills, knowledge and strategies to provide support to your clients. With your increased scope of practice, you can ensure the ongoing success of your business.