AMAC, the fitness training provider behind the AllActive course range, is committed to producing high-quality training which is recognised nationally by employers. Through AMAC’s partnerships with like-minded organisations you can be assured that AllActive courses continue to meet the needs of the health, care and voluntary sector as well as meeting fitness industry standards.
The Education & Skills Funding Agency fund skills training for further education (FE) in England. They support colleges, private training organisations, and employers with funding each year.
Amacsports Ltd are an approved training provider that is is listed on ESFA register. This means we are able to offer individual students funding opportunities through the 19+ Advanced Learner Loan.
The Student Loans Company administer the 19+ Advanced Learner Loans to help enable individuals finance their studies. Read more about the 19+ Advanced Learner Loan and how it can help you fund your fitness qualifications.
Amac are proud to be a recommended training provider on carehome.co.uk you can read reviews of our courses and browse all AllActive courses here
AMAC are proud to be an approved provider for Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) qualifications. We have carefully selected qualifications which compliment the AllActive course range in promoting inclusivity and wellbeing through exercise.
RSPH is an independent, multi-disciplinary charity with the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to optimise their health and wellbeing. They are committed to educating, empowering and supporting communities and individuals to live healthily. Formed in October 2008 with the merger of the Royal Society of Health and the Royal Institute of Public Health, RSPH also work to help inform policy and practice across all aspects of health protection and health promotion.
AMAC fitness training providers have been endorsed by Skills for Care. This means Amac’s AllActive courses have been certified as high-quality and suitable for the professional development of those working in the adult care sector.
Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. They work with employers across the country to help raise quality standards across the sector through workforce learning, development and practical resources. Skills for Care is committed to ensuring everyone has the right skills and values to delivery high quality service based on dignity and respect.
We hold a provider training licence ensuring that all our CPD for fitness professionals is endorsed and carries REPs points. PD Approval aims to ensure all those working in active leisure, learning and well-being have the required skills and training to perform their roles effectively.
AMAC are an approved provider of the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). REPs is an independent, public register which recognises the qualifications and expertise of health-enhancing exercise instructors in the UK. REPs provides a system of regulation for instructors and trainers to ensure that they meet the health and fitness industry’s agreed National Occupational Standards. REPs provides assurance and confidence to the public and employers that all professionals on the Register are appropriately qualified and have the knowledge, competence and skills to perform their role effectively. Read more about REPs membership for fitness professionals.
AMAC are an approved member of UK Active. Ukactive is a not-for-profit body comprised of members and partners from across the UK active lifestyle sector. Members represent the full spectrum of the activity sector, from local leisure centres to multinational brands, from facility operators to activity providers working out of community centres. ukactive are committed to getting more people more active, more often, and to working with any organisation who shares this goal.
AMAC are members of the Age Action Alliance, an independent partnership of organisations and individuals who are committed to working together to improve the lives of older people. Through the collaboration of over 640 organisations, and older people themselves, the Alliance works to tackle the challenges of an ageing society.
Most activity within the Age Action Alliance takes place within working groups across topics including; Age Friendly Environments, Attitudes to Ageing, Creative Arts, Digital Inclusion, European Matters, Healthy Workplaces, Improving the Lives of Excluded Older People, Loneliness and Isolation, Money Matters, Public Health and Active Lifestyles, Safe Warm Homes, Transport and Valuing Older People’s Contribution.
AMAC are accredited by the awarding body Active IQ. Active IQ are committed to ensuring their qualifications are of the highest quality and supported by innovative resources. Their qualifications are highly respected amongst employers and are constantly evolving to meet the needs of the health and fitness sector.
Amac are a registered stakeholder for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. We are currently contributing to the NICE guidelines for improving independence and the mental wellbeing of older adults through physical activity.
The National Careers Service are experienced careers advisors who can help answer your questions regarding training and career options. Amac work closely with the National Careers Service to ensure our students have the necessary information to make the right choices for them about their studies and career path. You can find all our courses listed on their website.
We are delighted to announce that we have passed with flying colours the matrix inspection process that allows us to be accredited by the Matrix standard. This Standard provides a nationally recognised formal accreditation of our advice and support services.
Amac are members of the Care Learning Coalition (CLC) which is a membership network for learning and development providers who have shown that they are committed to raising the quality of training in the health and social care sector.