Personal Trainers earn an average salary of £20,250 or £24.58 per hour, with bonus, commission and profit-sharing up to £1,987, £4,000 and £102 respectively.
Pay by Experience Level for Personal Trainers
The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Personal Trainers are as follow:
Entry-level Personal Trainers with less than one-year experience earns £19.35 (bonus, overtime pay, and tips are included).
Early-career Personal Trainers with 1-4 years of experience can expect to earn £24.60.
Mid-career Personal Trainers with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £25.89.
Experienced Personal Trainers with 10-19 years of experience will make £25.43.
Late career Personal Trainers with more than twenty years’ experience can look forward to a total average of £35 compensation.
Essential Skills for Personal Trainers
Weight Loss/Weight Management, Training, Health and Wellness, Nutrition, and Training Program Development are some of the most popular skills for Personal Trainers.
How Become a Personal Trainer?
To become a personal trainer in the United Kingdom, you need to have basic knowledge about nutrition and exercise. You will also need to have a good understanding of diet and exercise science.
In most cases, you will need to become certified to become a personal trainer, which means taking completing courses in post-secondary institutions.
What Do Personal Trainers Do?
Recent shows that the demand for Personal Trainers in the United Kingdom is increasing at a rate of 7.5% per annum. And it continues to rise at a significant rate with a projected demand to reach well over 3.5 million practitioners in 2020.
Furthermore, the demand for personal trainers within the UK spans a wide variety of sectors, including government departments, retail and shopping centers, local authorities, universities, clinics, hospitals, and children’s homes.
Personal trainers work to help keep people healthy and active by providing them with workouts and advice.