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British Military Fitness (BMF) has launched a new Training Academy for fitness instructors and personal trainers, with the offer of “guaranteed employment opportunities to ex and serving military personnel.”

The outdoor exercise provider’s new academy will teach a variety of Level 2 and Level 3 certificates, as well as a new Level 4 award in strength and conditioning, with all courses recognised by Active IQ and endorsed by REPs. The BMF Academy will deliver courses in Edinburgh, London, Manchester and Birmingham and offers a unique blend of teaching methods, including practical in house training, workplace learning and one-to-one support with a personal tutor.

With 98 per cent of its workforce being ex-armed forces personnel, BMF has a particular affinity for those with a military background. Already a Ministry of Defence (MoD) approved supplier of careers to those leaving the forces, the company’s new academy will offer work as instructors at BMF outdoor fitness classes to those with a military background as soon as they graduate.

“We’re so excited to get our new BMF Academy off the ground and to start training the next generation of fitness instructors,” said BMF managing director Harry Sowerby.

“We will be aiming to provide the best training service in the industry, and with all our instructors trained to a very high academic level in exercise, we are well-placed to offer industry leading training.”

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