Our mission at the American Academy of Personal Training is to provide students with the Knowledge, Skills, Confidence, and Credentials to become leaders in the Personal Training industry and to achieve Rewarding Careers as Fitness Professionals.
The American Academy
of Personal Training Boston
AAPT offers a thorough course of preparation, using a combination of classroom lectures and hands-on equipment training, leading to personal training certification. Our internationally accepted program of personal trainer courses, unlike online certification options, includes extensive personal instruction as well as interaction with other students, for a more dynamic learning environment.
Flexible scheduling gives busy professionals the option of a three-month full-time program, or a part-time four- or six-month program, and a choice of evening, daytime, or weekend classes. Learn how to become a certified personal trainer from some of the most highly qualified instructors in the industry. Each one brings a unique combination of skills, experience, and education to their teaching, along with an uncommon level of commitment.
Through the promotion of education and higher standards, AAPT and its graduates are raising the bar on what it means to be a professional personal trainer. As part of our program, we publish important data to help guide our applicants, including program costs, financing options, and student completion and placement rates.
WHAT WE OFFER
Our hands-on curriculum at the American Academy of Personal Training (AAPT) in Boston involves a combination of practical and classroom instruction delivered by our experienced instructors. We help our students learn effectively and gain aptitude and confidence in not only the business and science of personal training, but in the practical aspects of the career as well. If you want to become a personal trainer, we offer the curriculum and training to help you achieve your goal.
AAPT continues to be the leader in the industry, setting high standards and providing enhanced opportunities in fitness education.
Our coursework at AAPT goes beyond the current standards in the industry. We educate our students to become trainers with a solid foundation in programming and exercise science; all of which enables them to work individually with clients in a range of different settings.
Fulfilling Student Potential
For those who want to know how to become a personal trainer, AAPT in Boston has the answer. We help our students achieve their potential by moving them toward total competency in their subject matter and the skills they develop. This helps them gain initial employment, continued success, and career advancement in the fitness industry. We do this by providing a challenging, yet supportive learning environment. Our faculty, which is highly qualified and has met rigorous professional and academic requirements, functions as mentors to our students. Our teachers are seasoned professionals who enjoy helping students meet their goals.
The American Academy of Personal Training is a career school internationally recognized for its innovative approach to personal training education and certification. AAPT’s vocational certification curriculum combines equal amounts of classroom and practical instruction, conducted on-site with our highly qualified faculty (read more about faculty). This hands-on style of learning enables students to develop expertise in not only the science and business of personal training, but also in the everyday, practical aspects of the job.
Our success at AAPT is measured by the success of our graduates, and the quality of our curriculum is measured by how well it matches the needs of the fitness industry. So how do we ensure that we’re doing a good job? Well, aside from the feedback we get from our students and alumni, the following regulatory bodies help to keep us on track:
- Department of Education
- International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
- Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE)
Formerly the National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA)
- AAPT’s Occupational Advisory Committee (AAPT OAC)
- AAPT’s Institutional Advisory Committee (AAPT IAC)
- Better Business Bureau