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Awareness about the importance of exercising and having a healthy lifestyle is growing amongst Irish people. According to a 2018 report, gym membership in Ireland was at 500,000 which is at least 10% of the country’s overall population.
To be able to work in the fitness industry in Ireland, there are certain qualifications that must be satisfied. One of them is to finish a fitness instructor course. Upon completing this programme of study, you’d be earning a certificate or diploma – one of the minimum requirements to be able to work as a fitness instructor at a gym or health club.
There are a few Pilates courses in Dublin and choosing the right one for you can be a daunting task. So, we’ve put together a guide that can help you determine which programme of study to pick.
Competitive pay and flexible working schedule are just some of the reasons why more and more people want to become a massage therapist.
Want to be a gym instructor or teach group exercises? Great news! There are several fitness instructor courses being offered in Dublin, Cork and other key places in Ireland.
Are you thinking of pursuing a career as a massage therapist? If you are, now is the right time to start working on getting the credentials you need to become a qualified massage therapist in Ireland and understanding the differences between relaxation massage and massage therapy for the treatment of pain and injury.
There are several training centres out there offering Pilates courses. Their sheer number can make the process of selecting a course overwhelming. You do not have to fret, though. With proper research, you can find the right Pilates course in Ireland for you.
Most people associate the word “massage” with relaxation or spending time in the spa. This is not surprising with the proliferation of spas these days.
Do you want to help people with chronic and acute pain? If you do, then you have made the right decision to become a neuromuscular therapist.
In most professions, qualifications and credentials matter. It’s no different in the fitness industry. Yes, it’s true that high quality education isn’t the only thing necessary to succeed as a fitness instructor. However, it can give you the leg up you need to start a career in the very competitive health and fitness industry.
Are you thinking of becoming a personal trainer in Ireland? To make this happen, you need to earn your qualification first. This means completing an accredited personal trainer course.
Becoming a fitness instructor in Ireland is easy. All you need to do is to complete a fitness instructor course and earn a certification. A regular programme of study takes at least 18 weeks to finish. Meanwhile, if you want to get your qualification faster, there are also intensive fitness instructor courses which only last 9 weeks. Once you are certified, you can start teaching at a fitness studio or work as an independent fitness instructor.
Are you a fitness instructor or a personal trainer wanting to get other qualifications? Why not enrol in a Pilates instructor course?
Starting a career as a fitness instructor in Ireland now is a smart decision. The hourly rate for an entry level fitness instructor job is around €12. The rate can go as high as €18/hour or more for the experienced ones. Plus, if you take on the role of a personal trainer, you can get as much as €50 per hour.
The Irish Fitness and wellness industry has steadily grown over the last 20 years as more and more people integrate healthier movement choices into healthier lifestyles. So where is the crisis?
With the recent approval of the French Ministry of Sport a new Professional Qualification Certificate (CQP) for Fitness Instructor has been developed that will open new opportunities for the training and qualification of fitness professionals. The design of the CQP is based on EuropeActive standards and has been proposed by a consortium including France Active, Planet Fitness and the sport employers’ organisation COSMOS. The CQP can be considered to be a sector-led initiative that should become an alternative to the current brevet d’état system.
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