Locations

Register at a neighborhood national Certified Personal Trainer school and launch your career. The trainer salary is way above the national average.  All it takes is  a solid education with hands on training in this ever growing fitness field.

FLORIDA Locations

bradenton
State College of Florida
deland
Stetson University
421 N. Woodland Blvd.
deland, FL 32723
fort myers
Florida Gulf Coast University
8695 College Pkwy
fort myers, FL 33919
239-425-3270
Website: http://www.fgcu.edu/ced/
Contact: Dr. Paul Thornton 239-425-3274 pthornton@fgcu.edu
fort pierce
Indian River State College
3209 Virginia Avenue
fort pierce, FL 34981
Contact: Bob O’Brien 772-462-7574 robrien@irsc.edu
jacksonville
Florida State College at Jacksonville
Contact: Jefferson Everett, Continuing Workforce Education Coord 904-632-3036 jeverett@fscj.edu
leesburg
Lake Sumter State College
9501 US Highway 442
leesburg, FL 34788
Website: http://www.lssc.edu/ce
Contact: Sandy McShane, Program Manager 352-435-5038 mcshanes@lssc.edu
pensacola
Pensacola State College
418 W. Garden St.
pensacola, FL 32502
Website: http://www.pensacolastate.edu/ccpd
Contact: Ruth McKinon, Coordinator of Corporate and Professional 850-484-1363 rmckinon@pensacolastate.edu
sarasota
State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
Lakewood Ranch
7131 Professional Pkwy. E.
sarasota, FL 34240
st. petersburg
St. Petersburg College – Gibbs Campus
st. petersburg, FL
tampa
Hillsborough Community College
The Centers for Continuing Education
39 Columbia Dr.
tampa, FL 33606
813-259-6528
Contact: Brian England

Teachers:


Sue Fleshman

Sue Fleshman is has nearly 20 years experience in both the sports medicine and fitness industries, as a Certified Athletic Trainer, a licensed Physical Therapist, and an ACE certified group fitness instructor. She holds B.S. degrees in both Exercise Science and Physical Therapy, as well as an M.S. degree in Biomechanics. Sue has been teaching clients and patients from all generations and walks of life, including seniors and housewives, as well as professional, Olympic, and intercollegiate athletes. In addition to teaching for WITS students, Sue also teaches continuing education courses nationwide for licensed healthcare professionals, assists in new program development and also helps coach for new marathon runners and triathletes.