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TRAINING PROFILE YMCAfi t


111 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3NP TEL: +44 (0)20 7343 1847 EMAIL: corporate@ymcafi t.org.uk WEB: ymcafi t.org.uk SOCIAL MEDIA: @ymcafi t, BLOG: ymcafi t.org.uk/blog


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Year established 1984


Parent company YMCAfi t is part of Central YMCA, the UK’s leading health and education charity and the world’s fi rst YMCA.


Product range YMCAfi t offer an extensive and inclusive portfolio of fi tness training courses, including: • Entry level: a perfect starting point for a career in fi tness with the Advanced Diploma in Personal Training, Gym Instructor, Exercise to Music Instructor, Diploma in Teaching Yoga, Aqua Training, Kids’ Fitness and STOTT PILATES®


• Specialist: making fi tness an all-encompassing pursuit with Exercise and Disability, Exercise for Older Adults, and a Diploma in Exercise Referral


• CPDs: keep your fi nger on the pulse when it comes to the newest industry trends with High Intensity Training, Kettlebells, Outdoor Fitness and Suspension Fitness


Main services YMCAfi t offer bespoke training solutions


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tailored to meet the needs of businesses and organisations, including: • In-house training: tailor any of our extensive training programmes to meet your time, location and budgetary needs


• Apprenticeships: enhance the skills of your team and the profi tability of your business by taking on an apprentice


• Vacancy Matching Service: take advantage of hassle free apprentice recruitment with our apprentice vacancy matching service


• Corporate Plus: a business partnership which saves you time and money. Enjoy discounted training, access to pilot courses and dedicated support from our expert team


Additional services • bespoke course development, based on business needs


• recruitment support, including free vacancy advertising


• advice and support from team of industry experts, including industry news, trends and updates


• opportunity to join YMCAfi t advisory group to support and consult on course programme development


• third party referrals to industry partners LEISURE HANDBOOK 2014 229


KEY PERSONNEL


DENISE PAGE Head of YMCAfi t TOM CLARKE


Business Development Executive


DENISE PAGE


Key customers We work with organisations that are looking to boost the quality of their workforce and their reputation for outstanding service. These include health and fi tness clubs, local authorities, leisure trusts and charities, public services, armed forces and equipment suppliers.


Shows attending in 2014 Leisure Industry Week (LIW), SIBEC UK and SIBEC Europe, Careers in Sport National Roadshow.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


Tom Clarke Business Development Executive 020 7343 1847 corporate@ymcafi t.org.uk


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