Glenn Ross Scholarship 2018: Applications Now Open

The Glenn Ross Scholarship

The Glenn Ross Scholarship Applications are now open, the successful applicant will be awarded a Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30315) Scholarship.

Glenn Ross was a valued Onfit Graduate, Industry Partner & very much part of the Onfit Family. As the second year offering this scholarship, in honour of Glenn, we hope this will continue to continue his legacy in helping and inspiring others.

Certificate III in Fitness 

Onfit Training College will award the successful applicant with a Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30315) Scholarship. This qualification is the entryway into a career in the fitness industry. Upon completion of the Certificate III in Fitness you would be a qualified Gym Instructor and Group Fitness Instructor, you would also meet the entry requirements further study on to the Certificate IV in Fitness (Personal Trainer).

Scholarship Details

Valued at $2500, this scholarship is designed to help someone fulfil their dream in entering the fitness industry, where they may otherwise not be able to do so.

As our courses are delivered online, this scholarship is open to anyone throughout Australia. You will be provided with a 12 months course timeline, to complete the Certificate III in Fitness. For more details on the course details & requirements for the Certificate III in Fitness, click here.

How to Apply

To apply for the Glenn Ross Scholarship, answer the following question “How do you see yourself making a difference in the fitness industry?”

Email your response (up to 100 words or 1 min video) & full name to apply@onfit.edu.au

Submissions open Monday, October 15th, 2018 & close Wednesday, October 31st, 2018. The scholarship winner will be selected by the Onfit Team and Glenn Ross’ family. Must be 18+ to apply.

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