Being a fitness professional is more than a career, it’s a way of life!
The greatest amongst us live and breathe fitness. They maintain their own training schedule and (for the greater part) live in a manner befitting their profession.
In fitness, unlike in other professions, your achievements outside of work (that is, not formal education or experience) can be a positive influence your on ability to relate to, and support, clients. Continue reading
You can now show your Fitness Registration on your HealthyPeople profile, whether its with FITREC, Physical Activity Australia or Fitness Australia.
Not only is this a great way to differentiate yourself, the presence of your registration badge ensures that your profile moves to the top of candidate search results (behind those actively looking for work). Continue reading
Our latest HealthyPeople release is a HUGE update to the candidate search tool. Not only have we changed the way profiles are found, we’ve also made big changes to how you are presented to employers. Continue reading
When you’ve had an interview, one of the worst stretches of time, especially when you really want that new job, is the post-interview wait.
You felt like it all went well. But now you have to wait. For feedback. For follow-up questions. For an offer.
As the wait extends, it’s easy to allow your mind to start telling yourself that maybe you bombed. Maybe they hated you. Maybe it’s hopeless. Continue reading
Making a good impression with a job application is not as hard as it might seem.
Assuming that you meet key criteria, the role of your resume is simply to make this clear. To make this easy for you, following is a list of things to take into account for each of your applications.
If you want to take it to the next level, download our checklist and job application insight sheet (link below). Continue reading
When employers screen job applicants, they might spend as little as a few seconds on your résumé. If they see ‘red flags’ during the initial look, they’re likely to push your application to the side and move on.
What are these red flags and how do you deal with them?
Here are five of the most common job history red flags and how to combat them. Continue reading