The Australian Institute of Fitness partners with Cypher Learning to optimize the workout experience

The Australian Institute of Fitness has partnered with Cypher Learning – a leading provider of learning platforms for schools, universities and organizations around the world – to expand their fully accredited training courses for learners across country and improve their overall training experience.

The Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF) has deployed Matrix LMS, a product of Cypher Learning, as the learning platform of choice.

Matrix helps companies manage all training activities, such as creating and delivering training content, evaluating employee performance, training customers and partners, and selling online courses.

Graham Glass, CEO and Founder of Cypher Learning (pictured above) enthusiastic “I am happy to welcome AIF as a new client. This partnership reinforces our commitment to providing the best e-learning solutions for the Australian education market.

“As a company, we have always been aware of the trust that customers place in us and we aim to continue to be one of the most innovative suppliers in the academic and corporate sectors.”

AIF Chief Executive Steve Pettit said: “AIF provides Australians with fully accredited and nationally recognized fitness and massage courses and we have the highest number of employed graduates in the industry. To meet demand and provide the best support to our students, we needed an LMS that was intuitive, customizable, and made it easy to deliver a great learning experience. Additionally, Matrix gives us the capabilities to scale our business to reach more learners. »

AIF’s IT Manager, Justin Toon, added that “Matrix LMS easily ticked the box in terms of automation, integration into our comprehensive learning suite, and tracking our learners’ personalized journey through the data capture and analysis”.

To serve customers in the APAC region, Cypher Learning provides a Matrix LMS whose servers are hosted in Australia.

Cypher Learning supports over 40 languages ​​and has offices around the world, including global headquarters in San Francisco.

For more information on the Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF)

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