A good place to start is the National Register of Personal Trainers which offers advice on qualifications. You can do part-time courses from home although there will be some practical assessments to attend over a designated weekend and it's usually cheaper than a full-time or residential course. Once you're set up, you can either offer personal training at home if you have the space and equipment or hire a space at a local gym.
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