We want you!
If you are interested in self-employed Personal Trainer jobs with Everyone Active, then we would love to hear from you. By working with us you will be a key member of a team delivering a first-class service to our members and working within a supportive and positive environment where we will help you to develop a successful career.
Everyone Active is a leading leisure management company with nationwide Personal Trainer job opportunities. Our team of talented self-employed Personal Trainers are key to our services who help us to support our members in becoming and staying more active.
If you think you have what it takes and are keen to find out more then apply now by sending your CV and covering letter to [email protected].
What we can offer you:
Working with Everyone Active as a self-employed Personal Trainer provides a range of benefits, including:
- Unlimited earning potential
- Low rental charges and introductory rates
- Single site and multi-site opportunities, with over 150 gyms nationwide
- Modern gym facilities with state-of-the-art equipment
- A high member to trainer ratio to help expand your client base
- Business and marketing support
- Complimentary gym membership for you and a partner
- Access to CPD courses and training (where available)
We’re looking for the following skills in our Personal Trainers:
- REPS Level 3 qualified
- Experience in a customer service environment
- An excellent communicator and able to motivate members to achieve their fitness goals
- Excellent, professional people skills and adaptable to change
- Self-driven and competitive
If you think you have what it takes to work as a personal trainer and are keen to find out more about job opportunities then apply now by sending your CV and covering letter to [email protected]
Personal Training Jobs at Everyone Active
At Everyone Active we give all of our personal trainers support to create a successful career and expand their client bases. Take a look at some of our personal trainer case studies below in how we supported their success:
Lee Welch, 29, was born with Spina Bifida and as such has always been a wheelchair user with some… limited walking ability. However, with an innate passion for sport and exercise, Lee refused to let this hold him back.
“I joined my local wheelchair basketball club aged 13, and was scouted to join the GB U23 squad when I was 17. At the age of just 22 I made my senior GB debut.
After I retired I was determined to inspire other people to get fit and give something back to the community. I had always wanted to work in the health and fitness industry so completed a Level 3 Exercise and Disability Personal Trainer qualification with YMCAfit and joined Hartham Leisure Centre in 2014.
Last year I ran a free eight-week course of disability and limited mobility exercise classes to help show people what they can achieve. As a result of that I was presented with an InstructAbility award recognising the success of the scheme to engage disabled people in fitness activities.
Joining Everyone Active has given me so many opportunities, and being a fitness instructor is everything I imagined and more. I focus on helping people with physical and learning difficulties to lead healthier, more active lifestyles. I find it really rewarding giving something back and helping other people with disabilities get active.”
Sam Gibbs, 50, lost 4 stone while training at Watford Woodside as a member and was inspired to be…come a Personal Trainer and help others to get active.
“When I qualified as a Personal Trainer Everyone Active gave me the opportunity to join Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre. I was working in the gym, teaching classes and training clients. Not many companies would take on someone brand new. However Everyone Active were supportive and helped me learn the ropes and build up my portfolio of clients.
I moved to Watford Woodside in December 2015 as a self-employed Personal Trainer, which felt like coming home as all my friends were still there from when I was a member! Making the leap to a freelance PT was quite daunting but I was keen to have more time for training clients as that’s what I really enjoy. It’s incredibly rewarding to see the improvements in people’s movement and ability, and be part of their progress.
Everyone Active also really support their Personal Trainers with creating a successful business by offering PT taster sessions to members every three months, passing on any leads to us and employing just a small number of personal trainers at each centre.
Because of my own personal fitness journey, and as I’m a bit older, I work with clients who think that I will perhaps understand their situations better! My very first client was a 65-year-old gentleman with high blood pressure, and I also work with a young lady with cerebral palsy and epilepsy. The improvement in the strength in the left hand side of her body (which is affected by the cerebral palsy) is quite amazing in the 14 weeks I’ve been training her. Progress can be slower with these types of clients, it requires a different attitude to training. However I also tend to keep my clients for a longer period of time which gives me the job security that way.”
Craig Kitcherside, 31, has been working as a Personal Trainer for 14 years and has relished the opportunity …for progression with Everyone Active.
“I joined David Weir Leisure Centre in 2011 as an employed Personal Trainer. Working with people is what I love, going the extra mile for them in order to help them progress. At the age of 17 I qualified as a PT due to my passion for health and fitness. Since joining Everyone Active I’ve been given the opportunity to complete courses in PowerPlate, Vipr, and Bootcamp. I also teach a range of fitness classes.
I’ve now been promoted to the GP Referral Scheme and train around 15 regular clients. Some of these with injuries and long term health issues. Being able to bring them out of their shell and help them to feel better about themselves is an amazing part of the job. Seeing a guy with a knee injury being able to start playing rugby again, or a 13-year old girl with right sided hemiplegia build up her confidence and self-esteem, as well as her muscle tone is really why I love being a Personal Trainer. Everyone Active are always there to help you. The manager offers a PT review every couple of months to talk about your aspirations and building your career.
You have to be a certain type of person to be a Personal Trainer – empathetic. Being able to deliver a session tailored to the individual, especially with GP referral clients, incorporating alternative techniques for older people or those with disabilities.”
We provide fantastic facilities and support to our personal trainers. The PT to member ratio is kept low to ensure that the trainers have the best chance of building a successful career. Personal training is a key focus of the Fitness Managers in each gym, there is awareness of the benefits amongst our members, and trainers are supported as much as possible to grow and develop their client portfolio.
– Stephanie Heath, Fitness Product Development Manager.
If you think you have what it takes and are keen to find out more on personal training jobs then apply now by sending your CV and covering letter to [email protected]
Interested in Personal Trainer Jobs, but not yet qualified?
We offer an apprenticeship that will allow you to earn while you learn to become a fully qualified Personal Trainer.