The benefits of living a healthy lifestyle are numerous and converting your passion for exercise and fitness into a career is yet another reward. A Personal Trainer diploma from Bryan University will prepare you for a fulfilling career in a growing industry.
Careers for health and fitness professionals, instructors, and personal trainers are projected to grow through the year 2024 at a rate of 8 percent with projected job openings of 74,900 in the US.1
Preparing now means you’ll be ready for the jobs of the future.
Health and fitness professionals have a range of opportunities for employment. From corporate settings to healthcare facilities to high-energy gyms and fitness centers, there’s a work environment for all personality types, including:
- Gyms and fitness facilities
- Corporate fitness centers
- Rehabilitation centers
In this growing industry, a Personal Trainer Undergraduate Certificate from Bryan University can put you on the path to a fulfilling career. Aside from financial rewards, it’s a career where each day provides the opportunity to enhance the health and well-being of others in positions such as:
- Certified Personal Trainer – prepare to become a certified personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).
- Group Fitness Instructor/Group Exercise Instructor – conduct a safe and effective group exercise class for various modalities offered at fitness centers.
- Fitness/Wellness Coordinator – operate fitness or recreation facilities, conduct surveys and assessments of client satisfaction, develop and coordinate fitness and wellness programs.
- Recreation Worker – manage operations of recreational facilities, organize and promote interest in recreational activities, and maintain rules and regulations.
At Bryan University, we give you a clear pathway to these exciting health and fitness training positions, so that you’re ready to make your next career move as soon as you graduate. Learn how we put you on the path.
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1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/personal-care-and-service/fitness-trainers-and-instructors.htm. Also see http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-9031.00.