|Become a MOWB Trainer|
Why become a Ministy of Wellbeing Trainer?
Did you know that 90% of personal trainers last less than 3 months in the industry? At Ministry of Wellbeing our trainers don't only last longer than 3 months, they smash it! The team at Ministry of Wellbeing are dominating the health sector for almost 15 times as long the industry standard!
Since establishing ourselves in 2007 Ministry of Wellbeing has prided itself on recruiting the very best graduates and developing them into the countries finest personal trainers! Ministry of Wellbeing sets the bar higher than anyone else when looking for personal trainers.
Talented graduates that are chosen by Ministy of Wellbeing will recieve the following benefits:
Become part of an extremely professional business that encourages everyone to learn and grow each and every day. You'll will be given the chance to constantly progress your career and the opportunity to run your very own franchise, if desired. We provide our team with security, variety and they are surrounded by our friendly and successful team.
I have been working as a Personal Trainer for just over a year and like most people who are new to the industry came up against a brick wall after 9 months. Sessions were down after the Christmas break and I felt I needed some guidance.
Jacqui Lee – Personal Trainer, Fitness First
Ministry of Wellbeing's mentoring program helped me to take personal training to the next level. It gave me the tools to increase my salary that on my own would have taken me ages to achieve.
Emma Cosgrove - Zen Bodies
Blake's knowledge, guidance and motivation gave me the means to overcome barriers with my own health and fitness goals. Blake's mentor guidance has been invaluable in giving me the skills needed to improve my personal training service to all of my clients.
Blake agreed to take me on as his apprentice in September 2009 for a 6 month period. I had come from a corporate background and in light of undertaking this career change to personal training we collectively decided the focus of my development would need to be technical and practical rather than commercial.