The short answer to this question is no. Unfortunately there are some providers promising interviews and jobs at the end of their courses just to get people to enrol. Here at HFE we believe that this is a very misleading practice because in almost all cases, these jobs are for self-employed positions and are not really paid positions.
The self-employed arrangement requires personal trainers to pay a weekly or monthly rent to work in the club, so it is important that they are able to generate enough business to make a profit. Anyone with a recognised personal training qualification would be eligible for an interview or position with most of these health clubs anyway, because personal trainers represent a source of revenue and income to these businesses.
While many personal trainers make a great living from this arrangement, we do not believe this is a recipe for success or longevity when they are trying to learn the trade and just starting out. Most personal trainers who make this arrangement work usually have quite a bit of experience under their belts before they commit to a rental scheme. This is why we have refrained from implementing a guaranteed interview programme with HFE.
If you want to know more about what we call the guaranteed interview scam, click here.