Many of our centres who are involved in the provision of training funded by the SFA will already be aware of the unprecedented changes to the Adult Education Budget, and how it will be allocated from August this year and beyond.
Active IQ is hitting the road this spring and attending a number of key active leisure sector events to ensure the qualifications and awards we design are fully aligned to the key trends and meet the demands from the ever increasing employment sector.
The NHS last week announced plans to offer personal trainers and exercise classes to tackle Type 2 Diabetes head on. Plans are being put in place to offer exercise sessions and lifestyle education to up to 100,000 patients per year by 2020 as part of the world’s first nationwide Diabetes Prevention Programme.
You will have seen recently we have grown our business development team with the appointment of Steve Conopo; welcome Steve. This is a strategic decision by the organisation to ensure we are offering you the very best service.
Active IQ’s business development team is expanding as a result of our continued growth within the Active Leisure sector and to ensure that we continue to provide the highest level of support to our customers.
We are delighted to announce that this week, the DfE have approved the Active IQ Level 3 Tech Level Diploma and Level 2 Technical Certificate in Physical Activity, Fitness and Exercise Science for funding and inclusion in the new 16-19 performance tables.
In her outgoing speech as Chief Regulator, Glenys Stacey took the opportunity to discuss the recently published regulatory report regarding their findings from a recent audit of awarding organisations.
Active IQ Talent Match is a service for all training providers and employers operating in the active leisure sector and for experienced and qualified tutors, assessors and Internal Verifier's looking for freelance opportunities or full or part-time employment.