Become a Fitness Apprentice with HFE

Apprenticeships represent a thriving part of the UK economy and they have a significant impact on the growth and productivity of businesses throughout the UK. In the Active Leisure sector alone, there are over 13 different Frameworks covering a broad range of skills, including Gym Instruction, Personal Training, Group Exercise Instructor, Activity Leadership, and Customer Service.

We are one of the sector’s leading apprenticeship providers and we have a proven track record of delivering both intermediate and advanced apprenticeship programmes. We pride ourselves on meeting the needs of employers and the individual apprentice.

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Venues

Birmingham

Bannatyne's Health Club
B1 2JF
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Brighton

David Lloyd Brighton
BN2 5UF
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Cardiff

Village Gym
CF14 7EF
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Doncaster – Adwick

Adwick Leisure Centre
DN6 7QF
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Doncaster – Rossington

Ian Wilson Community Sports Village
DN11 0BZ
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Dudley

David Lloyd Dudley
DY5 3YP
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Durham

The Graham Sports Centre
DH1 3SE
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London – Barbican

Thistle City Barbican
EC1V 8DS
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London – Bloomsbury

Nuffield Health, Fitness & Wellbeing Gym
WC1N 2AY
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London – Hampton

David Lloyd Hampton
TW2 5JD
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London – Roehampton

Roehampton Sports and Fitness
SW15 4JB
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Manchester – Ashton

Village Gym
OL7 0LY
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Manchester – Didsbury

Waterside Hotel and Leisure Club
M20 5WZ
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Manchester – Hyde

Village Gym
SK14 4QG
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Nottingham

Harvey Hadden Sports Village
NG8 4PB
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Nottingham University

Jubilee Sports Centre
NG8 1BB
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Walsall

Village Gym
WS2 8TJ
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Warrington

David Lloyd Warrington
WA5 1HH
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York

David Lloyd York
YO10 3LG
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York – Nether Poppleton

Bannatyne's Health Club
YO26 6RL
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what the experts say

  • James Crossley - The Ultimate Gladiator
    James Crossley (The Ultimate Gladiator) "HFE is the ultimate fitness training provider, without a doubt their personal trainer courses are the best in the industry."
  • Team GB Olympic pole vaulter Holly Bradshaw
    Holly Bradshaw (Team GB Olympic Pole Vaulter) "HFE have produced some of the best materials I have seen in education."
  • International instructor Kardy Laguda
    Kardy Laguda (International Fitness Presenter) "HFE is the most professional and cutting edge fitness provider I have ever seen."
  • Laura Massaro British squash player and HFE yoga student
    Laura Massaro (World No. 1 Squash Player - 2016) "The course has really helped me to better understand yoga so that I can improve my performance and remain World No. 1"
  • Team GB Olympic sprinter Laura Turner-Alleyne
    Laura Turner-Alleyne (Team GB Olympic Sprinter) “I would recommend HFE to anyone looking for health and fitness qualifications.”

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Level 3 PT

    Really enjoyed learning with HFE. I feel I gained knowledge in a relaxed and friendly manner. Tutors were all friendly and help was there when needed. the online support was always there when I needed and the three weekend of examinations was ideal

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Brilliant, informative, comprehensive!

    After studying personal training a couple of years ago with a different training provider and currently still being active within the role, I decided that I wanted a change and do something I feel is a little more rewarding to the developing population of medical distortion which is, studying GP exercise referral - and what a choice that was.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are apprenticeships?

    Apprenticeships are fixed term jobs with a clear skills development programme attached to them. Usually, they last between 12-18 months depending on the chosen pathway. They aren't just for new employees either and businesses can use apprenticeship programmes to upskill existing employees, providing they are between 16-24 years of age.

  • How long will I work and how much earn I earn?

    As an apprentice, you must be employed for a minimum of 30 hours a week and be paid at or above the National Apprenticeship Wage (currently £105 per week). In our experience the more impact an apprentice makes with an employer, the more likely they are to not only earn above the minimum wage, but also boost their chances of securing long term employment post-apprenticeship.

  • Who pays for the apprenticeship?

    Unlike university, an apprentice won't have to pay a penny towards the cost of their training/education. This is because apprenticeships are funded by Government through the Skills Funding Agency (SFA). If you're aged between 16-18 then the entire cost of the apprenticeship is covered. For those 19-23 then only partial funding is available with the remainder usually covered by the employer and/or training provider.

    SMEs should note that up to £1,500 funding is available in the form of an Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE) when hiring an apprentice aged 16-24.

  • Is an apprenticeship right for me?

    As a learner, ultimately only you will know whether an apprenticeship is right for you. A few benefits to think about include: earning a wage while you learn; structured on the job training; the opportunity to achieve nationally-recognised qualifications; the ability to gain invaluable work experience; and unlike university, you won't ever have to pay any tuition fees.

  • Why choose HFE for apprenticeship?

    For learners, we ensure you receive industry-leading training and support during your apprenticeship. This includes regular contact with our dedicated apprenticeship team and access to award-winning learning resources.

    With regards to apprenticeship employers, we work tirelessly to ensure you get the most out of the programme. We can handle every step of the process including advertising an apprenticeship vacancy, to screening potential candidates before interview. As a thank you to our apprenticeship employers, we also offer a generous 15% discount on all our commercial courses and qualifications.

  • What are the benefits of an apprenticeship?

    With regards to benefiting a business, the evidence is overwhelming. For example, when questioned: 70% of businesses reported that apprenticeships improved their quality or service and productivity; 92% said apprenticeships had led to a more motivated and satisfied workforce; and 80% of businesses who invested in apprentices reported an increase in staff retention.

    With regards to benefiting the apprentice; refer to is an apprenticeship right for me.

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