Pay it in 4 | Interest-Free Afterpay
AU 1300 611 404 NZ 0800 004 826

If you’re looking to pursue a career as a personal trainer and have the interpersonal skills to carry it off, you’ll want to know what things will be like once you’ve completed your personal trainer course. Here we take a look at what life is like in the profession for real.

 Should personal trainers look like fitness models?: 

As Tafe's online courses in a fitness show us, you don’t necessarily have to be at peak physical fitness to work as a personal trainer. Of course, first impressions matter and looking fit yourself will reassure potential clients. However, so long as you can demonstrate exercises, it shouldn’t matter what you look like.

So, What's it like to be a personal trainer?:

Well, you should first know that you’ll be in high demand once qualified, mainly as the industry is growing fast. What’s more, you can take various career paths across a wide range of settings, from beauty spas to gyms to hotels.

Despite what you might think, the industry is always looking for new talent, meaning that your professional horizons grow dramatically when you take a personal trainer course. So, let’s take a closer look at what the job involves to help you decide whether it’s for you. 

Is personal training the career for me?:

Tasked with improving the physical fitness of your clients, either on a freelance or employed basis, your day-to-day can be as varied as you want it to be. As even free online courses teach us, the scope of professional training careers is vast, with a range of roles available for specialisation.

Working in Australia, you’ll typically earn $70k per year, educating clients either individually or as part of groups. You’ll also have admin to do outside of client appointments, like marketing yourself (when self-employed), taking bookings, and working on client training programmes.

The Benefits of the Role:

In terms of job satisfaction, there aren’t many positions that offer more, as anyone successfully completing their training gets to significantly impact people’s lives. You get to see people improve before your eyes, with the joy and confidence that comes with feeling and looking better.

Sure, you might have to work evenings and weekends to cater for when your clients are free, but you’ll typically have the freedom to set your own schedule; what’s more, taking care of your own personal fitness while at work is something of a perk that not many people enjoy.

Open Up a World Of Possibilities With Online Fitness Courses 

So, as is evident by what we’ve covered here, the role of a personal trainer is one that comes with flexibility, satisfaction and an excellent salary. The good news is that studying to join the industry is easier than ever, thanks to CPD-approved fitness courses like our Certificate in Fitness.

The great news is that this Micro-credential Course also provides you with 40% credit (RPL) toward the Nationally Recognised SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness with our partner Onfit Training College RTO 32107. Please note you must complete this course prior to October 2022 to capitalise on this offer! 

Every one of the personal fitness and nutrition courses in the OCA library is video-based, meaning that you get a next-level learning experience in terms of mental stimulation. You can find out more at where you’ll also see that our industry-led, modular training comes with dedicated tutor support and flexible payment options.

However, if you’d prefer to speak to us about your specific learning requirements, just call us on 1300 611 404, and we’ll be more than happy to give you what you need. 

Study A Certificate In Fitness Today!


Top Stories
Do you have any questions?
Call 1300 611 404
Study A Certificate In Fitness Today!
  • Quick Links
  • Awards
    IMA Winner 2010 RMG Finalist 2013
  • Accreditations, memberships and certifications
    © Copyright 2022 Online Courses Australia. ACN 31 155 885 242. All rights reserved.
  • Payment Methods + Secure Transactions
    Apple Pay
    Are you in Australia?
    AU 1300 611 404

    Are you in New Zealand?
    NZ 0800 004 826