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Free Training for Disabled People to become Gym Instructors

Free Training for Disabled People to become Gym Instructors

InstructAbility funded by Sport England and offers disabled people free gym instructor training and a voluntary work placement. The aim of the scheme, created by Aspire, the spinal injury charity and delivered in partnership with YMCAfit, is to support disabled people into a fitness career where they can encourage other disabled people to access leisure facilities and enjoy an active lifestyle. Check out who is eligible to apply and watch this short video to learn more about InstructAbility.

InstructAbility are currently advertising this opportunity in Rotherham starting on 25 July ( and an different dates in other parts of the country ) for disabled people to train and qualify as Gym Instructors. For more information, including criteria and the dates of the training, see advert

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