Our gym and fitness studio is open to the public, boasting memberships at competitive prices. The facilities are part of a recent redevelopment investment, which has also seen state-of-the-art equipment installed on campus, including the Advanced Technology Centre.
The gym and fitness studio offers a range of amenities to help you improve fitness and enjoy physical activities, all of which are run by Level 2 apprentices, giving them the opportunity to manage a varied commercial facility.
The facilities range from specialist weight areas to cardio equipment, suiting everyone’s experience and abilities. Access to the College gym comes with no contract and no hidden costs, with an amazingly low one-off induction fee of £10 and just £7.50 per month. A range of fitness classes including Spinning and Circuit Training are also available at only £3 per class.
Sport and Fitness Lecturer, Jenny Fenwick, comments on the facilities, “Having the gym run by our apprentices is a great opportunity for them to take ownership and contribute to the running of the facilities. The apprentices organise and run the classes which is a fantastic experience for them.”
To find out more about the gym and fitness studio, including opening times and timetables, visit the Community Facilities page. You can also find out more about Avenue Hair and Beauty and East Avenue restaurant, which is also open to the public.
Eastleigh College is the first and only technical and professional college in Hampshire to achieve the new national Quality in Careers Standard, awarded by Investor in Careers. The whole college approach to career-focused education has resulted in this accolade being achieved well ahead of the September 2020 deadline, and Eastleigh College is featured on the Quality in Careers Consortium website to help inspire other FE and sixth form colleges.
After careful planning, detailed risk assessment and subject to any further Government announcements Eastleigh College is extending onsite campus teaching, learning and assessment to more learners from 1 June. The College has remained open during the Covid-19 pandemic as staff have been providing a broad range of onsite and online services. Therefore this phased approach builds upon the onsite levels of service and support which has been available to learners identified as vulnerable, or the children of key workers since 23 March.