OriGym operates from 14 locations across the UK and has seen massive growth since launching in Liverpool five years ago. 

With gyms set to reopen soon at the end of the month, OriGym, the fastest growing trainer provider within the fitness space has announced its expansion into Ireland.

OriGym, which operates out of 14 locations across the UK, offer courses for personal trainers and has partnered with REPs Ireland (The Register for Exercise Professionals in Ireland) and PD Approval as external accreditors to provide courses in Cork, Dublin and Limerick.

“Despite the negative impact of the coronavirus on the fitness sector as a whole, the demand for online and home study qualifications has risen, and OriGym will be the first fitness provider in Ireland to offer almost exclusive home learning”

The company will provide courses for aspiring fitness professionals and students will access top tier training and will receive an internationally recognised certification upon completion.

OriGym offer a wide range of courses, from an advanced diploma in personal training to qualifications in sports massage and sports nutrition to name a few, meaning that fitness professionals in Ireland will be well-equipped when starting their career in the fitness sector.

“We have partnered with leading gyms in Dublin, Limerick and Cork and have launched our brand-new website bespoke to Irish customers”

Students will also benefit from unlimited free resits and are guaranteed interviews with OriGym’s extensive list of corporate partners across Ireland and the UK on the completion of their course.

Managing director, Luke Hughes said; “OriGym is delighted to announce that we will be expanding our horizons into the Republic of Ireland and will be partnering with IREPs to offer a range of fitness and health qualifications to the Irish population.

“Despite the negative impact of the coronavirus on the fitness sector as a whole, the demand for online and home study qualifications has risen, and OriGym will be the first fitness provider in Ireland to offer almost exclusive home learning.

“With the need in the Irish market to offer standardised fitness qualifications that meet and surpass the requirements of major employers, we feel our regulated and accredited courses will meet the needs of the sector.

“We have partnered with leading gyms in Dublin, Limerick and Cork and have launched our brand-new website bespoke to Irish customers and look forward to experimenting in a new demographic.”

More in-depth course information and a full course prospectus can be found on the newly launched OriGym Ireland website, as well as all available payment plans.

By Stephen Larkin

Published: 23 June, 2020

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