Network Leisure – a New Free Website for the Leisure Industry

Network Leisure is a new website aimed at providing information for users on jobs and training. It is a one stop shop including forums and information. This service is free for all users of the site including recruiter and trainers.

Liverpool, United Kingdom, September 13, 2008 --( Network Leisure is a new facilitator website for the leisure industry enabling businesses or organisations to have a web presence to list their training courses or jobs. Network leisure is a niche website due to being purely leisure orientated.

The vision of the site originated because the developers, Conrad Horn and Yanek Kowal who are training providers, were constantly asked about jobs and other training courses by candidates on their courses, and by leisure providers to assist with staffing. So after a while of informing them where to find this information they decided to develop a site where the candidates could browse for themselves – hence Network Leisure. So rather than providing details on the dozens of sources of information they decided to create a one stop shop for both employees and employers.

The concept of the site is a one stop shop where businesses can list their jobs or courses, therefore providing quick and easy access for users. The site has been developed to create opportunities for businesses to promote themselves and for individuals to access information. It creates a web presence for training providers who may not have a website but also allows large organisations to promote their own business and web sites.

Network Leisure provides a comprehensive training list covering all aspects of courses that are delivered in leisure – Lifeguard, Swimming Teaching, Pool Plant Operation, Fitness, Spa, Holistic, Health & Safety and Hospitality. Training providers are able to be listed in a training directory and add their courses.

Network Leisure provides a search engine covering all jobs in the industry, which includes a download facility for job seekers. Recruiters are able to be listed on the Recruitment directory but also add their jobs that they are advertising.

A new addition to Network Leisure is “Find a Lifeguard” which is a first in the UK. Swimming Pools in some areas in the country have problems recruiting lifeguards so the creation of a lifeguard database is an ideal platform for qualified lifeguards to advertise their availability for work and is accessible for employers to search for a lifeguard. This idea had originated from them being contacted to supply lifeguards to private health clubs on short term contracts.

Other services the site provides include Forums and leisure industry news. The site encourages input from users to make the site a good source of information and interest.

Joining the site is Free to Individuals, Trainers and Recruiters. Any enquiries please use the contact page on

Conrad Horn