Training for Success
After completing his BTEC in Sport at Year 13, former pupil Shaun Williams went on to complete a Personal Trainer Diploma and is now enjoying a new career at Cardinal Heenan's Lifestyle's Gym.
Shaun said "I studied Sport at 6th Form, but I knew that I didn't want to go to university and study for a degree. I play rugby to a good standard and love lifting weights. Speaking to my tutor, Andrew Allen, just confirmed what I already felt - I wanted to be a Personal Trainer! The course was excellent and I learnt so much. I couldn't have asked for more motivating or enthusiastic staff. It was exactly what I expected from this type of course."
After graduating, Shaun went straight into his job at the gym. "I was working part time in a supermarket while I was in 6th Form but I applied for a job as a Part Time Gym Instructor as soon as I finished my course and I got it. I was so happy!"
Shaun added "The role involves doing gym inductions and writing programmes for members but, because the gym has leisure facilities, I sometimes have to supervise those activities as well. I had experience training real personal training clients while on the course and I am allowed to train them outside of my shifts. So I am gradually building up my client base as well as having regular paid income."
We are all confident that Shaun will go on to further success in his career. He is a great example of how passion and hard work can help you reach your goals and we would like to congratulate him on his achievements so far. Well done Shaun!
“Everything that breathes, praise the Lord!”
Bourgeoisie (noun) - (20th - 24th March 2017)
Subject which uses this term: History / Sociology
Meaning: The middle class or capitalists who own most of society’s wealth and means of production.
For example: "The bourgeoisie supported the policy."
Week 15 - Joy
"Don't be afraid! I am here with good news for you, which will bring great joy to all the people."
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