Active IQ has appointed Sarah Edmonds as its Director of Quality and Standards, to lead the organisation in all areas of quality control and regulatory compliance.
Active IQ reaches milestone of 100,000 learners
Active IQ, the awarding organisation of choice for the active leisure sector, has announced that it has now successfully registered over 100,000 learners in the space of three years. Active IQ qualifications are offered by health and fitness training providers nationwide, and are designed for aspiring or up-skilling health and fitness industry professionals.
- The figure represents a significant milestone as the company looks to cement its status as the UK’s leading Ofqual approved awarding organisation for the active leisure sector; offering an ever-expanding portfolio of qualifications and apprenticeships designed to reflect employer requirements, new trends and innovations in the health and fitness sector
- Recent additions to the Active IQ qualification portfolio include the Level 4 Certificate in Exercise for the Management of Low Back Pain (QCF) and the Level 2 Award in Instructing Kettlebells (QCF)
Suzy Gunn, Operations Director at Active IQ, commented:
It’s really a great achievement to reach this number of registrations in just three years. We are very much aware that health and fitness is a growing sector of the economy, so we are fully committed to ensuring that our qualifications cater to the growing numbers of people looking to further develop their careers in the industry.
We certainly have plenty of ambition for the next few years. Over 450 training providers across the UK are now approved to offer Active IQ qualifications, and we are confident that our success and growth will continue long into the future.