30 Week Program
Are you interested in working with individuals in the field of health & fitness?
People who are passionate about fitness, and enjoy helping others, are great candidates for the Personal Fitness Trainer Program. Personal Training is so much more than counting sets & reps--it is being a fitness and health ambassador to the clients with whom you are working. It is about knowing how to best “coach” your clients to successfully achieve their health and fitness goals.
Where Do Personal Fitness Trainers Work?
Graduates are trained to work in commercial health clubs, fitness centers, hotels, resorts, corporate fitness facilities, and private personal training studios. Read more about employment opportunities for Personal Fitness Trainers.
Become a Well-Rounded Fitness Professional
MTTI Graduates are trained to perform client fitness & health assessments, program-design, equipment training, wellness coaching, and to develop organizational skills essential to the business of personal training. Students are trained to work with individuals of all fitness levels and abilities.
Small Classes and Hands-on Training
Classes of only 15-18 students enable instructors to support individual learning needs. MTTI students practice hands-on skills in a health club setting equipped with Cardiovascular Equipment, Strength Training Equipment, Free Weights, Cable Stations, Functional Training Equipment and TRX® Suspension Training station.
Students will have the opportunity to earn certificates in CPR / AED, FMS (Functional Movement Screen) and an AASDN Nutrition Specialist Certification. Students who qualify are eligible to sit for the American College of Sports Medicine Personal Trainer Certification Exam. ACSM is the gold standard in the health and fitness, and one of the most respected certifications, in the industry.
Our Admissions Representatives welcome all your questions! Contact us today to learn more about the Personal Fitness Trainer program.
For information on graduation rates, median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, please visit the Personal Fitness Trainer Consumer Information page.
For Gainful Employment information about this program, view the Gainful Employment Disclosure for the Personal Fitness Trainer program.