Student Overview

Student overview

What courses can I study with Fitness Industry Training?

FiT strictly adheres to Standards for RTOs 2015 with all programs aligned to the qualifications contained in the SIS Sport, Fitness and Recreation and HLT Health training package. Ensuring best practice in service and delivery at all times.

Currently FiT is able to offer students accredited training in the following qualifications:

  • SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness
  • SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness


What qualification will I receive?

Upon successful completion of your course with FiT, you will be eligible to receive the following award:

Course                                                    Certification

SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness                Qualification

SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness                Qualification


How is training delivered?

Training courses with FiT are delivered by:
  • Face-to-face classroom training
  • Online seminars and discussion boards
  • Blended learning
  • Online Interative Workshops


What are the prerequisites?

Prerequisites are specific to individual courses. Please consult the course outline for your chosen course for prerequisite information.


How do I enrol?

Enrolment is initiated by you contacting FiT. We will despatch to you, by suitable means, an enrolment form and literature on the course(s) being considered, in addition any other relevant documentation required.


How long do I have to complete my nationally recognised course?

Students have twelve (12) months per certification in which to complete all assessments, commencing on the course commencement date as per the student’s enrolment form. For dual courses, students have twelve (12) months in which to complete all assessments.


How long do I have to complete my short course?

Students have three (3) months to complete all short course assessments from date of enrolment. For short courses packaged with nationally recognised courses, the three (3) month timeframe will commence on completion of the nationally recognised course.