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The main pool is a deck level 6 lane pool 25m long and 13m wide. It has a moveable floor at the deep end which allows us to raise the floor for children’s swimming lessons. We can also lower the floor to a depth of 2.29m.
WOULD LIKE TO GAIN NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATIONS WHILE EARNING A WAGE?
We would like to introduce Ryan Edwards
Ryan is employed at the High Life Highland East Caithness Community Facility, Wick as a Leisure Assistant and Instructor.
Ryan had previously completed his L2 Modern Apprenticeship in Instructing Exercise & Fitness with his tutor/assessor Paul Garvie.
Looking to progress on to his L3 Modern Apprenticeship in Personal Training, Ryan worked on a 1-2-1 basis with Paul in his place of work to complete his full MA along with his Active IQ L3 Certificate in Personal Training.
“I really enjoyed doing my Personal Training qualification with FTScotland. I always wanted to be a Personal Trainer since I was in school and this was the perfect way for me to do it while earning a wage. I can’t recommend enough!” Ryan Edwards.
Ryan is seen below being presented with his certificates from Paul and is available for 1-2-1 Personal Training at the facility in Wick.
We would like to wish Ryan all the success in his future career in the health and fitness industry.
🏴 Fitness Training Scotland cover the length and breadth of Scotland as the No.1 provider of Health & Fitness Modern Apprenticeships and Industry Awards.
🏴 Do your employees meet the following criteria?
🏴 If so, they may be eligible for FTScotland’s Programme of Training through the funded Modern Apprenticeship Scheme:
🔵 Aged 16-24 years old
🔵 Aged 20-29 Enhanced Funding Route
🔵 Hold a contract of employment
🔵 Not currently studying a related Health & Fitness qualification at college or university.
🔵 Do not hold a degree in a related Health & Fitness qualification
This is a fantastic opportunity to develop and upskill new and existing employees with recognised industry qualifications.