We're proud to have relationships with many industry associations around the world. These groups offer Timely booking software to their members so that they are organised, improve their businesses, and attain a higher level of professionalism and personal excellence.
AFN was launched in 1987 to service the needs of those working in the fitness industry. Commonly known as ‘Network’, the organisation has helped expand the industry’s scope from consisting purely of fitness instructors, to encompassing all areas of fitness, from facility owners and managers, to gym instructors and personal trainers.
Australian Fitness Network is proud of its mission statement to be the leading source of information, education and events in fitness. They strive to provide you with innovative, inspiring and valuable membership benefits to help you remain motivated, focused and challenged in your fitness career.
The AHC is the national voice that connects hairdressing professionals, educators and suppliers, Together we elevate industry standards, reputation and image to create a better future.
The Australian Hairdressing Council sets standards for salons and represents the professional hairdressing industry nationally. Its members are accredited salons, product companies and associated industry members who have united to ensure that operational standard are high; career interest and recruitment improves; and the Federal Government recognises and responds to unique industry issues.
ExerciseNZ is a non profit representative organisation, operating under an incorporated society structure. Their mission is to proactively support a sustainable exercise and fitness industry in New Zealand by growing participation in structured exercise through advocacy, information and industry standards.
Habia works with employers, educators and government to design and implement training and education programmes for the hairdressing industry.
Habia is recognised by the UK Government as the Sector Skills Council (SSC) for the hair, beauty, nails and spa sectors. We are part of the SkillsActive Group, licensed by the UK Government as the Sector Skills Council for active sport, leisure and wellbeing, including the sport, fitness, outdoor activities, playwork, caravan and hair and beauty sectors.
The HBIA takes pride in being the consultative body for the hairdressing and beauty industry to both the State and Federal Governments and various Training Boards. We also participate in Industrial Relations, Employee Relations and other Government Tribunals. We influence the legislation that influences you. Importantly, we have first-hand industry experience and truly understand the needs of the salon owner.
HBIA takes a pivotal role in dealing with Training Providers, Product Companies, Salon Operators, Government Bodies and the Union. This ensures that the best interests of the industry are kept at the forefront of all negotiations.
HITO sets the standards for the following qualifications within the hair and beauty industries. They also manage the apprenticeship programmes for hairdressing and barbering in New Zealand.
The goal of the organisation is to establish and maintain the achievement of high quality and relevant barbering, beauty and hairdressing qualifications as an essential investment for the industry and its clients.
The MAA‘s goal is to become the leading representative body supporting all Massage Therapists from the beginning of their careers. The aims of the MAA are:
Massage New Zealand is the association of professional massage therapists in New Zealand. The purpose of MNZ is to promote the benefits of massage, provide the public with access to registered massage therapists and to support professional massage therapists throughout New Zealand.
MNZ provides information about the benefits of massage therapy and supports the ongoing development of the massage industry in New Zealand.
The National Hairdressers’ Federation is the largest UK trade association for those in the hairdressing, barbering and beauty salon industry. Their aim is to help members build successful, profitable and sustainable businesses.
The NHF brings together salon owners to network and share ideas, as well as organise a range of competitions, giving you the platform to show off your talents. On the heavier side, they offer assistance with legal issues within the salon environment, with guidance on hand to help with things like tax and VAT, National Minimum Wage and contracts.
The purpose of the New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Therapists is to work towards the integration of all fields of the Beauty Therapy and related industries, providing support to, and the improvement of, professional beauty care. We strive to continually provide extensive and leading edge knowledge to ensure a consistently high professional and ethical standard thus protecting our public, our clients, and our future.
REPs NZ operates a registration body for exercise professionals, exercise facilities and education providers in New Zealand. For members of the public and other health professionals, registration with REPs is the recognised standard to ensure safe and effective exercise advice.
REPs UK is an independent, public register which recognises the qualifications and expertise of health-enhancing exercise instructors in the UK. REPs provides a system of regulation for instructors and trainers to ensure that they meet the health and fitness industry’s agreed National Occupational Standards.
REPs provides assurance and confidence to the public and employers that all professionals on the Register are appropriately qualified and have the knowledge, competence and skills to perform their role effectively.
The Wellness Directory is New Zealand’s Natural and Complementary Health directory. From your local NZ Chiropractor, Osteopath, Massage Therapist or Yoga Instructor to practitioners in Homeopathy and Hypnotherapy. They list a diverse range of qualified complementary and registered health practitioners in New Zealand.