Serco Leisure partners with Lifetime Training | Leisure Opportunities
Leaderboard
Leisure Opportunities

Leisure Opportunities

Job Search
see all jobs
Job opportunities
Arena Racing Company
£20,000 pro rata (3 month contract)
Fontwell, United Kingdom
Forestry Commission
£29,401 - £32,486
Wendover, United Kingdom
Rudding Park
Excellent salary and package on offer
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
City University of London
£22,214 - £24,285 per annum
London, United Kingdom
Everyone Active
Self-Employed
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

Serco Leisure partners with Lifetime Training

Job opportunities
Hull Culture and Leisure
30,785 - £33,437
location: Hull, United Kingdom
City University of London
£22,214 - £24,285 per annum
location: London, United Kingdom
Stevenage Leisure Limited
Competitive
location: Oakham, United Kingdom
more jobs

Lifetime Training has signed a deal to provide level 2 and 3 apprenticeship programmes across Serco Leisure's portfolio of fitness centres.

Serco, which operates more than 60 facilities across the UK, has a target of 5 per cent of its workforce – around 150 learners – enrolled on courses in the next 12 months, after it reviewed its provision of apprenticeships.

Courses offered will focus on fitness programmes, but front-of-house, sales and housekeeping roles will also be supported.

Apprentices and their managers will be using Lifetime Training’s tracking app, giving everyone involved the opportunity to see exactly where each learner is with their apprenticeship.

Jon Hymus, Serco Leisure commercial director, said: “This is another really positive move for Serco Leisure. We want our employees to have the best training and support available and we feel confident Lifetime can provide that.

"For us, it’s all about showing our people that we’re with them for the long term; that leisure is an industry they can stay in and really progress.”

Matt Robinson, operations director for active leisure at Lifetime Training, said: “We are increasingly seeing forward-looking businesses in the sector, like Serco Leisure, evaluating and evolving their people strategies to ensure they are fit for purpose.

"With more than 20 years’ experience delivering quality training programmes our team is well placed to build on the existing skills of Serco’s employees and to support new recruits joining the business and industry for the first time.”

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Lifetime Training has signed a deal to provide level 2 and 3 apprenticeship programmes across Serco Leisure's portfolio of fitness centres.
HAF
Serco has targeted around 150 people to be enrolled on courses in the next 12 months
More

News

Construction is underway on two new live music venues and a leisure-filled “urban gallery” in central London, designed by British architects Orms. The St Giles ... Read more
The UK attracted a record number of overseas visitors during June – thanks largely to the collapse in the value of the pound since the ... Read more
Gym and health club operators need to engage with their members and focus on customer service to help them retain numbers. In the latest issue ... Read more
European low-cost gym chain Basic-Fit is on target to open 100 clubs this year after it reported revenue growth of 26 per cent in the ... Read more
Culture and tech projects in the North of England will soon be able to bid for a slice from a £15m (US$19.3m, €16.5m) funding pie, ... Read more
Fitness franchise énergie Group has opened thé Yard - a new signature training concept that will be rolled out at its énergie and Fit4less clubs ... Read more
Focus Training
Focus Training
Swiss artist Felice Varini and the Chilean architecture practice Pezo von Ellrichshausen have been commissioned to design an ambitious temporary outdoor structure in the historic ... Read more
Tech startup Neurable has taken virtual reality to the next level, creating computer interfaces for the brain to allow users to control the technology using ... Read more
The historic Grayshott Spa in Surrey has been acquired by Austria-based health and medical resort specialists the Lanserhof Group. The family-run Lanserhof, which owns spas ... Read more
A curatorial development fund worth £500,000 (US$645,000, €550,000) has been created to help already established curators of museums and galleries in the UK learn new ... Read more
The All England Club is pushing forward with its plans to cover the No. 1 Court at Wimbledon. The new, retractable roof will form part ... Read more
One of the biggest misconceptions made in the physical activity sector is that retired people cannot train hard. Writing in the latest issue of Health ... Read more
Active IQ
Active IQ
One of the UK's biggest destination spas, the Lifehouse Spa and Hotel in the village of Thorpe le Soken, Essex, has had expansion plans scuppered ... Read more
Table Tennis England’s public funding has been reinstated after the national governing body finally agreed to a package of reforms compliant with the government’s Code ... Read more
An increasing number of local authority-owned leisure centres are being upgraded with spa facilities, as operators embrace the emerging trend to provide members with wellness. ... Read more
1 - 15 of 36,649