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The Training Room


Private Equity | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$32.15M | 10 yrs ago

About The Training Room

The Training Room (TTR) is a UK provider of vocational training and accreditation for gym instructors and personal trainers. TTR operates fitness industry recognized training programs from 16 training academies that are strategically located in key cities across the UK.

Headquarters Location

First Floor Waterloo House Fleets Corner,Waterloo Road, Poole

Dorset, BH17 0HL,

United Kingdom

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Expert Collections containing The Training Room

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

The Training Room is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Fitness Tech.


Fitness Tech

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This Collection includes startups developing software and technology to augment approaches to developing or maintaining physical fitness, including workout apps, wearables, and connected fitness equipment.

Latest The Training Room News

Decide What You’ll Be Using It For Before You Even Think About Planning A Training Room

Mar 10, 2023

TechBullion First things first. Decide what you’ll be using the room for. If you’re renting the room out to other companies, you’ll want to make sure you know the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the room. Are there fire hazards in the room that will need to be fenced out? How many cameras will be needed to keep an eye on the activity in the room at all times? What about health and safety? You should also know what you’ll be teaching your employees before you offer the room to them. Do you want to give employees instruction on how to use a certain software? Or how to use their computer with a certain program? These types of questions will help you decide where to place your training room. If there’s no chance of using the room during normal business hours or you’re unsure how your employees will use the room in their free time, consider using a different training room rental Singapore . Be realistic about how long the training will take and use that to plan your training schedule. While it’s great to plan a long training schedule and offer frequent hour-long sessions, most people won’t need that many hours to learn how to use a new software. A general rule of thumb is to plan for 18-hour work weeks, which gives you plenty of time for one full-blown training session and also gives you time for lunch, a quick break, and an afternoon to quiz your trainees on their new skills. If you find that your employees spend most of their day in the training room, you may want to consider changing your training schedule to a shorter session length. Some companies allow employees to drop-off their training at any time during the day, so you may find that shorter training sessions work better for your company. Don’t forget about the company picnic! If your company offers employee-only events such as company picnics, consider renting a room for the event. This way, you can save your staff some money while still letting them enjoy yourselves. You may even want to hold the event in the same room you rent out for training sessions. If your company offers on-site tutoring, have your employees sign a tutoring agreement before they begin lessons. This way, your employees know exactly what they’re getting into and what they’re supposed to do. Have meetings with your trainees. It’s natural to want to tuck the tail between your legs and run away as soon as you’ve put your training plans in place. But having meetings before, during, and after your training sessions can help your company stay organized and on-task. Use these meetings to go over your training schedule, update your employees on what’s happening in their areas, and discuss how the new software is going to help your company meet its goals. You may want to use different meeting formats for different types of training, such as group discussions or role-play exercises. Having these different types of meetings allows you to focus on the content your training sessions want to cover while still staying on-task. Have continuing education for your employees. During their career path decisions, many employees search for companies that offer training programs. This is a great thing because it shows them that you care and encourages them to go to work for you when they’re done with their training. But what happens when you end your training program? If you have employees who are interested in moving into management or who want to advance their careers, you’ll want to make sure they’re current on their skills. Keep in mind that you can always offer to hold onto your training courses for your current employees, but most companies offer ways for employees to learn from the company itself. It may be an online course or a combination of online and in-person classes. It may be that you can offer access to these classes through a subscription service or have in-house training sessions. Bottom line Your training room shouldn’t just look nice; it should be useful, too. That’s why we put these 10 tips on how to plan a training room at the top of the article. Now all you have to do is to make your room useful instead of just pretty.

The Training Room Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is The Training Room's headquarters?

    The Training Room's headquarters is located at First Floor Waterloo House, Dorset.

  • What is The Training Room's latest funding round?

    The Training Room's latest funding round is Private Equity.

  • How much did The Training Room raise?

    The Training Room raised a total of $32.15M.

  • Who are the investors of The Training Room?

    Investors of The Training Room include Lloyds Development Capital.

  • Who are The Training Room's competitors?

    Competitors of The Training Room include Inspiro Learning and 4 more.

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