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Health and fitness operators based in London could benefit from free fitness training thanks to a scheme funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the London Learning and Skills Council (LSC).

Called the Adult Advanced Apprenticeship programme, the new initiative aims to benefit both employers and employees and is open to small, medium and micro-sized companies.

The scheme aims to improve the skills of qualified gym instructors and who might be considered to be at a disadvantage in the workplace – such as disabled staff, single parents, employees who are over 50-years-old and part-time staff with an ethnic minority background.

The programme will be delivered by fitness training provider YMCAfit and will be available anyone who is over 25-years-old and is a Level 2-qualified instructor.

Robin Gargrave, Executive Director of YMCAfit, said: “The new Adult Advanced Apprenticeship programme addresses the issue of under-representation by certain groups at more senior levels in the fitness industry.”

“It will provide incentives and rewards for the employee and enables them to provide a greater range and higher level of customer care.”

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Health and fitness operators based in London could benefit from free fitness training thanks to a scheme funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the London Learning and Skills Council (LSC).
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