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    How long does it take to become a personal trainer

    I'm considering it as a part time job and I just want to know
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    As long as it takes to study for a certification test and pass it. That all depends on how much you already know, how good a student you are and how much effort you put in.
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    Originally Posted by NYkarate View Post
    As long as it takes to study for a certification test and pass it. That all depends on how much you already know, how good a student you are and how much effort you put in.
    Think someone can do it in one summer?
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    Originally Posted by Jim101 View Post
    Think someone can do it in one summer?
    Some have done it in a few days to a week. Getting paying clients is a whole other story.
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    Originally Posted by NYkarate View Post
    Some have done it in a few days to a week. Getting paying clients is a whole other story.
    Well for now I'm just curious about the length of the courses. I think it would be perfect and getting paying clients will be the harder part.
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    Hi there, I am currently doing level 2-3 personal trainer. I was a bit slow but I think you can do it in 4-8 weeks. Depending on the cours structure (online?) and your previous knowledge. Get some books and start reading.
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    Originally Posted by Agathachristie View Post
    Hi there, I am currently doing level 2-3 personal trainer. I was a bit slow but I think you can do it in 4-8 weeks. Depending on the cours structure (online?) and your previous knowledge. Get some books and start reading.
    You can do the courses online too? That would be good. I'm not going to hit the books yet maybe in 2 years I'm just wondering as a future reference but thanks
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    To become a personal trainer does not take very long if you study hard, However becoming a SUCCESSFUL personal trainer takes a while, running a business is a learning process that is always changing
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    Originally Posted by JeremyHendo View Post
    To become a personal trainer does not take very long if you study hard, However becoming a SUCCESSFUL personal trainer takes a while, running a business is a learning process that is always changing
    Running a business? I was just going to apply at my local gym for part time employment.
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    Originally Posted by Jim101 View Post
    Running a business? I was just going to apply at my local gym for part time employment.
    Yes and even though you are being employed by the gym, your clients are hiring you to help them, even though they may pay the Gym per say, they will still look at you as their consultant...the gym would be a place that you would conduct your business out of...also you may surprise yourself at the amount of money you can make if you become successful and may want to venture out on your own to grow... just something to think about as you start out your career
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    Originally Posted by JeremyHendo View Post
    Yes and even though you are being employed by the gym, your clients are hiring you to help them, even though they may pay the Gym per say, they will still look at you as their consultant...the gym would be a place that you would conduct your business out of...also you may surprise yourself at the amount of money you can make if you become successful and may want to venture out on your own to grow... just something to think about as you start out your career
    Icic, but for me again it's just to make money as a part time job I'm not concerdering making it a permanent job. And I was just thinking about doing like a month of training for the job.
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    Originally Posted by Jim101 View Post
    Icic, but for me again it's just to make money as a part time job I'm not concerdering making it a permanent job. And I was just thinking about doing like a month of training for the job.
    simple. six months or less to get your professional national certification. enjoy.
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    Originally Posted by Jim101 View Post
    Icic, but for me again it's just to make money as a part time job I'm not concerdering making it a permanent job. And I was just thinking about doing like a month of training for the job.
    If you're 14, just get a job at a gym first. You can get paid to watch and learn trainers in action. You are a bit too young to have much credibility with most people.
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    If you can swing it, the PT gig is pretty good. Take on only who you want to, b/c the demand is very high for PTs all over at this point. I'm turning people away...which stinks, but I already have a full-time job, so only take the good stuff.

    Full-time is very tempting, but at this point, the hours stink for family life, so it is what it is for now.

    Hopefully, you have years in the gym environment before trying to do this. I'm sure you do, but I've seen a couple of PTs struggle that got the job and didn't know how to operate or teach folks the moves...

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    Originally Posted by simmer View Post
    simple. six months or less to get your professional national certification. enjoy.
    How much does that cost? Can you do it online?
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    Are you actually 14? A lot of certifications have an age requirement of 18. Just an FYI if you really are
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    Originally Posted by phoenixr2 View Post
    Are you actually 14? A lot of certifications have an age requirement of 18. Just an FYI if you really are
    I know I know but if you read my earlier posts it says "for futur" (key words)
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    Originally Posted by fast40 View Post
    If you can swing it, the PT gig is pretty good. Take on only who you want to, b/c the demand is very high for PTs all over at this point. I'm turning people away...which stinks, but I already have a full-time job, so only take the good stuff.

    Full-time is very tempting, but at this point, the hours stink for family life, so it is what it is for now.

    Hopefully, you have years in the gym environment before trying to do this. I'm sure you do, but I've seen a couple of PTs struggle that got the job and didn't know how to operate or teach folks the moves...

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    I live in the UK and am doing mine currently, for me how it worked was;

    1) Book course over phone or online and pay
    2) Material is sent through to work through in your own time
    3) Book exams online for the specific modules which were - Exercise and Fitness Theory level 3, Nutrition Level 3, Health Screening Level 3, Business Case Study Exam Level 3, Functional Sports Training Level 3 and Practical Examination Level 3
    4) Book the 5 day course whereby I took the week off work, this is where they teach you all the relevant advanced training methods (most of which you'll know already) and so that you can experience what you put your clients through.
    5) Finally, after all exams are done submit your Case Study which is essentially a 12 week periodised program for a client you have known for a couple months who wants to step it up and get more specific etc. So essentially it's just designing a 12 week program to suit their needs/wants, within their guidelines and criteria.

    The way it works over here seems a lot more complicated than the US system as I hear it is a lot easier to get qualified over there but it is relatively easy and organised in your own time. So far I've only had to take out 7 days from work and another 2 more to finish exams but only 5 days were taken off in a block and the rest are staggered so it's not really demanding.

    Have you got your Gym Instructor's qualification yet? Because personally at your age I would just work as a GI for a few years, get the feel of what it's like to work in a gym environment, have your face about so people start to get to know you and develop some trust within them. Then when you want to move onto PT'ing when you're older that faith base is already established as the likelihood is as NY said above that they will be a bit reserved about someone so young training them but after a few years you may have planted an idea into their heads thinking 'actually ___ know's his stuff, lets give him a go' and makes it more comfortable for them as a client as they already know rather than just an alien drill sergeant.

    I know that's a lot of info for something part time but hope it helps.
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