Case Study: Jacques Loguellou When 20-year-old Jacques Loguellou, from Jersey, finished school in 2012, he could only dream of setting his own business. Yet just two years on, he has launched his own successful personal training company and even has plans to open his own gym, demonstrating age is just a number when it comes […]
With the current unemployment rate, Premier Training International, the UK’s leading health and fitness training provider, has teamed up with Pure Gym to offer its graduates a definite pathway straight into employment with its exclusive PURE Premier Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training package.
Premier Training International and Net Profit Explosion team up to support personal training business development
Premier Training International, the market leader in the development and provision of high quality education for the health and fitness industry, is working with the internationally acclaimed Net Profit Explosion (NPE), a market leading business dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs. NPE has now become the official Business Education Partner of Premier Training.
Leading health and fitness training provider, Premier Training International, has announced a partnership with British Military Fitness (BMF), the UK’s number one for outdoor fitness classes.
Leading health and fitness training provider, Premier Training International, has recently released findings from a survey of 1000 of its PTI graduates who have gone on to take up a career in the health and fitness sector.
As part of its 20th anniversary celebrations, Premier Training International announced its launch of a new, health and fitness magazine for fitness professionals, personal trainers and fitness enthusiasts alike.
Careers in the health and fitness industry go the extra mile according to Premier Training International
A recent survey from Premier Training International, one of the health and fitness industry’s leading training providers, has identified that more people are turning their back on the corporate world in favour of a more dynamic and rewarding career in the £3.81 billion health and fitness industry.