FANTASTIC NEWS! Annie Agar has successfully achieved the L3 Personal Trainer Apprenticeship Standard with FIT UK.
Business Development Director Alan Reddin said,
“Annie has worked so hard to achieve the Personal Trainer standard. She has had to deal with gym closures due to COVID-19 lockdowns, where the health and fitness industry was hit hard. She adapted extremely well to changes and flexibility in our delivery and has finally achieved her goal not only becoming a qualified Personal Trainer but has demonstrated through the apprenticeship she meets the required standard as a Personal Trainer. Annie has increased her client base and is flourishing in her role.”
Well done Annie from all the FIT UK Team.
Mike Crouch – FIT UK Training Consultant
“Annie started her apprenticeship journey with FITUK 18 months ago and progressed well during the programme. During this time, she gained all the relevant knowledge, Skills and behaviours needed to become a competent PT. Annie also gained knowledge around the business acumen of how to set up a PT business. From her she has was worked hard on her business through the guidance of FITUK and Streamline Fitness. Annie now has her own company name ‘Annie’s fitness’ were her client-base are majority female and her client numbers have grown significantly. As part of her CPD professional development and to provide a service to her female clients, Annie is currently registered onto a Pre and Post Natal course to give a further dimension to the company”.
Miles Halstead – Owner of Streamline Health and Fitness (Bradford)
“Annie started with us as an apprentice training through our trusted partner FITUK and has blossomed throughout the apprenticeship to this day as a fully qualified Personal Trainer.
Annie became more and more confident through the fusion of the course and on the job learning and became a valued part of the club and liked by all the members.
She now has a thriving and still growing PT business and classes and I am excited to watch her continue to grow personally and professionally”