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What It's Really Like To Study At The Australian Institute of Fitness
March 11, 2016

For those passionate about starting a career in fitness, the Australian Institute of Fitness is the number one choice. And now for the first time, deeper insights into what it is really like to be a student at Australia’s largest and longest established fitness training organisation by those really in the know, is now available.

Introducing the Australian Institute of Fitness Wrap Day video. This insightful and inspiring video contains footage from current students and provides a wonderful understanding into the experience and career opportunities future students will obtain whilst studying at The Institute. 

At the end of our Master Trainer program our students, or ‘Friends’ as we like to call them, do four weeks of Trainer Experience, which is work placement in the fitness industry. At the end of this period, they come back on campus for ‘Wrap Day’, their last day on campus where they complete their final assessment and graduate.

During Wrap Day we have a ‘circle of reflection’ where Friends talk about why they chose to do the course, what they’ve learned and how it’s changed their thinking about the fitness industry. It can be very emotional, because often Friends have enrolled to do the course due to fitness somehow changing their own life or the life of someone close to them. 

Watch the video and see for yourself exactly what our graduates have to say about their experience and the range of fitness career opportunities it has created. 

The Institute’s Wrap Day video was filmed at the Parramatta  campus in NSW. To gain more insight into life as an Institute Friend and Warrior, come visit us on YouTube and subscribe to our channel. 

This content is not intended to be used as individual health or fitness advice divorced from that imparted by medical, health or fitness professionals. Medical clearance should always be sought before commencing an exercise regime. The Institute and the authors do no take any responsibility for accident or injury caused as a result of this information.

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