The Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF) is the country’s longest and largest established fitness training organization. It has announced a series of new industry partnerships created to support functional know-how, practical resources, and career zeal for graduates looking to set themselves aside.
Making part of a broader rise to AIF’s flagship Master Trainer Program™ is now offering new and expanded specializations that include industry integrations with the Functional Training Institute (FTI), personal health platform ph360, fitness software service provider goXpro, and fitness industry management app Gyymi.
After serving beside each other for many years, AIF and the Functional Training Institute (FTI) have partnered to join FTI’s functional training methodology into AIF’s leading Master Trainer Program™, which is the most popular Personal Training Qualification in Australia.
The partnership views FTI’s attempted and examined functional training programs as a fundamental part of AIF’s Industry Skills Workshop that provide students with technical training in kettlebells and suspension that can be used by them immediately after they enter the fitness industry. The FTI is also striving AIF students, and graduates get a 10% saving on all FTI courses.
Declaring the partnership, AIF’s Head of Operations, Kim Horner, said, “the fitness aspect is continually shifting and, as it does, so to manage clients’ expectations of what they want from private trainers. Accordingly, AIF proceeds to develop its courses to fit changing market conditions.
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