2016 ukactive Matrix Flame Awards 2016 Outstanding Achievement

This award recognises a partnership which promotes and delivers a healthy outcome based initiative that has a demonstrable impact for the NHS, local authority or direct to consumers.

2015 Finalist RIDI Disability Confident Award

This award recognises organisations that can demonstrate their support of the government’s Disability Confident campaign and have worked to dispel myths and increase disability confidence in their own organisation.

2014 Winner of ukactive/CIMSPA Active Training Award (special populations)

This award recognises the development of a learning programme;  to enable exercise professionals to support a “special population”,  one that truly understands the challenges facing the end consumer of activity and is a unique training programmes to raise participation.

2013 Big Society Award

Prime Minister David Cameron said, "InstructAbility is encouraging more talented people with a disability to work in the fitness industry and creating the role models that will inspire others to get active."

2012 London Inspiremark Award

Awarded by LOCOG in recognition of an exceptional and innovative project inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. InstructAbility graduates carried the flame into London Zoo during the Paralympic Torch Relay and worked in the Paralympic Village gym.

2012 Winner of ukactive Matrix Flame ‘Spark of Innovation’ Award

Awarded to InstructAbility for, “achieving something exciting, new and innovative, which not only solves an initial problem but has made a profound impact on the industry”.