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    Registered User ovahdryve's Avatar
    Join Date: May 2010
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    Steps to take after qualifying?

    Recently qualified as a PT in the UK.

    Been looking for work - no success. Extreme lack of Level 2 Gym Instructor Jobs (i.e not PT'ing but just working in a gym), can't afford to PT in a gym and start paying £400+ a month rent when I have no clients and am just starting out.

    Am considering just going it alone (self-employed outside of the gym) from the get go.

    Any advice? Do I need insurance to PT people at their homes/outside? I'm getting tired of waiting and want to put my passion and abilities into action. I also want to learn more everyday and having no work isn't helping me progress…
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    Registered User str160's Avatar
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    Location: Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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    I'm about to be in this very boat. My plan is to start PT part time though, get myself known and gain vital experience.

    I believe you should have insurance cover if working from outside/homes.
    100% or go home.
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