Personal Trainer – Diploma (60 weeks)
As a personal trainer, you’ll work one on one with clients to help them achieve their fitness and nutritional goals. The training you receive at Bryan University will teach you how to motivate clients to get results, the physiology of exercise and how to work different muscle groups, and the right diet for a healthy, active lifestyle. If you are passionate about fitness and want to help others realize their body’s potential, earn your Personal Trainer Diploma and turn your interests into an exciting new career. At Bryan University, you’ll complete your diploma and get to work in just 60 weeks!
The Personal Trainer Diploma is offered at the following Bryan University locations:
Don’t live near a campus, or need a more flexible way to study? Earn your Personal Trainer College Diploma online from Bryan University!
Personal Trainer Job Opportunities
According to O*Net, the nation’s primary source of occupational information, graduates in the Personal Trainer Diploma program are able to pursue several entry-level career options. These include Fitness Trainers, Aerobics Instructors, and Athletic Trainers. These are termed Bright Outlook Occupations, or ones which are expected by O*Net to grow rapidly in the next several years, have large numbers of job openings, or are among those occupations which are new or emerging.
Flex your ambition.
The Personal Trainer Diploma from Bryan University will give you the knowledge and skills to be the best personal trainer you can be. With classes that teach industry terminology, the biomechanics of exercise, athletic training, sports medicine and how to track progress, you’ll be well equipped to pass your certification exam and begin your new career as a certified personal trainer!
You may choose to graduate and immediately put your skills to work, or go on to earn your Exercise Specialist Associate of Applied Science degree. Either way, you’ll have the education and confidence to land a great job in the fitness field.
Specific areas of program focus include:
Physical fitness office and records management
Nutrition and weight management
The psychology used in physical fitness
Physical training techniques
Legal requirements of the industry
If you’d like to become a physical trainer, college classes from Bryan University can help you achieve your goal. If you’re ready to start making your passion for health and wellness into an exciting new career, enroll or learn more today!