When I held a personal training certification I did ACE. This is one that would rank with the more recognized programs, though that was a while ago, and I know there has been an explosion of training programs. Well, there is money to be made in it, but how to wade through all the claims to find what is good“.
There are some that most people in the fitness industry will recognize, and not just recognize but respect. (like ACSM, or NASM, ISSA, or ACE). I would have to say I have never heard of this one.
The other thing to ask is whether it is NCCA accredited. (This may not be a deal breaker by itself, AFAA does not have it, but has name recognition and has been around for many years.) If you choose a certification that is less well known, but it is accredited that can make a difference to those you hope will hire you. I can see nothing on this institution’s web site that shows that it has this accreditation.
Actually, the web site really turned me off to it, I would say. There is material telling you how great they are, and material to sign up and give them money, but I cannot find much on the organization: who runs it, corporate philosophy, background, etc. If I were going in to ask for work and using someone to speak for me and say I could do the job, I would want to make sure who was speaking for me.