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Active IQ wins Innovation of the Year FAB 2018 Award

Posted on 24 Oct 18

Active IQ, the UK’s leading Awarding Organisation for the Active Leisure, Learning and Wellbeing Sector, has won the Innovation of the Year Award in the FAB 2018 Awards, organised by the Federation of Awarding Bodies.

Active IQ won the award for the new Flair for Fitness Platform App, developed by TRAIN ME, which it successfully implemented for learners on its Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 fitness, personal trainer and advanced PT qualifications.

The FAB 2018 Awards recognise the contributions made by awarding organisations and their employees to education and skills in the UK over the past year. The winners were announced at the FAB 2018 Awards dinner, sponsored by Creatio, at the end of the first day of the FAB Conference, on 18th October at the Marriott Hotel in Leicester.

“We are delighted to win the Innovation of the Year Award and take pride in the fact our efforts in seeking new and better ways to train and assess people has been recognised at these prestigious industry awards,” says Jenny Patrickson, Active IQ managing director. “The FAB Awards receive nominations from many industry sectors, so we are honoured to have our work in the leisure industry rise above so many other dynamic industries.”

“We are very proud to see our Flair for Fitness App win this Award,” says John Mooren, CEO at TRAIN ME Fitness. “We worked very closely with Active IQ to adapt and fine-tune the App to suit its precise assessment and training needs.

“We believe this innovation will support PTs and fitness professionals as they train and work in the industry and Active IQ winning this Award is a validation of our shared belief in its potential.”