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15 Mar 2018

Train Me announces new partnership with Active IQ

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Train Me announces new partnership with Active IQ

Flair gives personal trainers a score based on education, experience and client feedback

UK-based training provider Active IQ has partnered with Train Me, to offer students on Active IQ’s Level 4 Advanced Personal Training course access to Train Me’s Flair for Fitness platform.

Flair for Fitness is an online platform for personal trainers that allows them to identify their strengths and weaknesses, through their ‘flair’ score. Flair tracks a trainer’s performance, using a sophisticated algorithm, which produces a score based on education, client feedback, expertise and background. It is designed to offer a complete picture of the trainer’s ability to both the operator and the client, as well as giving the trainer the opportunity to improve their practice.

Students on the course will use the platform to complete modules, and capture and review relevant information. Assessors will also have access to Flair, and will be able to offer review and feedback in real-time.

Jenny Patrickson, Active IQ MD says: “Flair for Fitness is an exciting concept to help operators, PTs and clients keep track of PTs expertise, performance and customer satisfaction.

"It will be a great tool to highlight best practice in our industry and mark out those PTs and operators who are upholding the highest standards.

"We are excited to be partnering with Flair by bringing its technology to our training and assessment process,"she continues.

John Mooren, CEO at Train Me Fitness, the company that created Flair, says: "Active IQ is moving fitness education into the digital age. We’re proud to be able to work with such a reputable organisation and give learners their first exposure to Flair, an excellent tool to help them build upon their Level 4 Certificate."



Supplier: TRAIN ME

Train Me Flair is an evaluation mechanism, scoring Personal Trainers based on their education, past experience, activity with their clients and feedback from their clients. Flair assigns a single score to each participating PT, while also identifying their personality and style. Analyzing their PTs Flair scores and changes in the scores will allow gym managers to better monitor and improve the service provided to gym members. It will allow potential PT clients to make more informed decisions when engaging the services of a PT. Health Clubs and PTs can use the Flair dashboard to analyse the changes in their scores and plan measures for improvements. The end result are happier clients who are retained for longer.

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