WRIGHT Foundation CIC

Brand Leader in Exercise Referral and Specialist Populations Exercise Qualifications




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Hosting a WRIGHT Foundation Course

If you have a number of staff to train on any of our courses, an ideal option is to host your own course. This has many benefits.

Centres who have staff qualified with WRIGHT Foundation qualifications find it gives them the edge over their competitors, raises the centres prestige and profile being able to provide additional services to the community and also see an increased revenue. Level 3 Diploma in GP Exercise Referral course is recognised by Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) and CIMSPA. Level 4 Specialist Conditions courses are all recognised by Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). Exercise for Long Term Neurological Conditions course is recognised by CIMSPA.

WRIGHT Foundation CIC is a CIMSPA Development Partner.

We offer you a complimentary place on the course you book and host in return for providing the venue/facilities.

The process is very simple.

Contact Lorraine Nicholson at our head office on 01307 469055 or e-mail lorrainenicholson@wrightfoundation.com, giving details about the course(s) you are interested in hosting and preferred dates as well as your contact details. We will send you a course host requirements form for you to complete promptly. We will check for date suitability and availability.

Dates being booked for 2020 now! See our current course dates/locations below.

Neurological Conditions

View our Exercise for Long Term Neurological Conditions course dates

Exercise Referral

View all current WRIGHT Foundation Level 3 Exercise Referral course dates

Specialist Courses

View our Level 4 Cardiac, Cancer and Pulmonary Rehab, Mental Health, Chronic Lower Back Pain and Obesity & Diabetes course dates

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