Get your continued education recognised by the EREPS Lifelong Learning Process

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – 3 September 2018 – The EREPS team is excited to invite training providers to put forward their continued education courses and other learning experiences (events, webinars, research articles) for formal recognition under the EREPS Lifelong Learning Programme.
 
The EREPS Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) is designed to support EREPS members to meet their ongoing learning and professional career development needs. Committing to a programme of lifelong learning is a central principle for any professional wishing to progress and thrive within their sector of professional practice.
 
EREPS recognition of courses and other learning under the LLP will be a reassurance to fitness professionals of the quality of their continuing education and will give training provides the external quality assurance they will need to effectively deliver and market their continuing education offerings.
 
To learn more and make your application please click here.

About EREPS
The European Register of Exercise Professionals (EREPS) is an independent process for the registering of instructors, trainers and teachers working in the European health, fitness and physical activity sector. It is a Pan-European system, based on independent national registers, which culminate in a central European database. Registration on EREPS gives an assurance that exercise professionals are qualified to do their job. This gives consumers, employees and partners in the medical and health professions the necessary level of confidence in their professionalism.
For further information, please visit www.ereps.eu

About EuropeActive
EuropeActive is the (leading) not-for-profit organisation representing the whole of the European health and fitness sector in Brussels.
The European health & fitness sector serves over 52.4 million consumers, generates 26.7 billion Euro in revenues, employs 650,000 people, and consists of 51,200 facilities. Alongside its significant economic contribution, the sector has a major role to play in making a more active and healthy Europe. EuropeActive’s ambition is to reach 80 million members of health & fitness centres by 2025.
EuropeActive currently represents more than 25,000 fitness centres, 21 national associations, together with market-leading suppliers, education providers and individuals.

For further information, please visit www.europeactive.eu
or contact;
Nathalie Smeeman, Executive Director

thesecretariat@europeactive.eu