Registered Training Organisation
The Australian Institute of Fitness is a nationally Registered Training Organisation (RTO), whose auditing and registration is managed by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). As such our programs meet the strict guidelines set out by State and Federal Governments and their training bodies.
Australian Institute of Fitness (TOID 121508) is approved to deliver the following qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework:
- Certificate III in Fitness (SIS30313)
- Certificate IV in Fitness (SIS40210)
- Diploma of Fitness (SIS50213)
- Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice (HLT40312)
- Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT50307)
- Certificate IV in Small Business Management (BSB40407)
- Certificate IV in Business Sales (BSB40610)
- Diploma of Management (BSB51107)
These qualifications are nationally recognised training courses. All registered training providers across Australia will automatically recognise these qualifications issued by the Australian Institute of Fitness through the process of national recognition.
Upon successful completion of a qualification, students are eligible for a Certificate and a Record of Achievement. Upon partial completion, students are eligible for a Statement of Attainment.
Australian Quality Training Framework
The Australian Institute of Fitness complies with the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) Essential Conditions & Standards for Continuing Registration. Its most recent registration audit was conducted in 2010 and noted the following:
- Australian Institute of Fitness Pty Ltd provides training in fitness. The target group is the general public consisting of people wishing to become professional trainers. The courses are run as full-time and part-time study for adult students. The Institute currently operates 12 campus sites.
- The RTO has a close relationship with the fitness industry and as such has developed training programs tailored to industry needs. As a result the quality of training provides students with the key employability skills that are sought by the fitness industry organisations
Download the full audit report.
Quality Indicator Reporting
Data Provision Requirement (DPR) 7 of the Data Provision Requirements 2012 requires ASQA RTOs to provide an annual summary report to ASQA against the quality indicators. As an ASQA RTO, the Australia Institute of Fitness is required to report each year’s quality indicators, with the 2012 calendar year being the most recent.
The quality indicators are a set of key criteria that a RTO is assessed against by its learners as well as employers that they gain feedback from, regarding various aspects of their training, including the quality of trainers, course content/relevance and the assessment process of learners.
- View the Quality Indicator Annual Summary Report for the 2012 Calendar Year. These indicators are based on a survey of 1368 students and 11 employers. This sample represents 15% of this organisation's training delivery in the 2012 calendar year. The students and employers are surveyed for these indicators were selected by this organisation in accordance with national guidelines.
- View the Competency Completion Report for the 2012 Calendar Year. A significant number of these enrolments are due to complete post 2012. Competency completion, in this case, are a measure of volume.
Academic Advisory Mechanisms
As part of its consolidation with key stakeholders, the Australian Institute of Fitness seeks advise from industry through Academic Advisory Mechanisms. These are spilt into fitness industry advisory bodies and fitness industry specialists.
Find out more about the Academic Advisory Mechanisms.
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