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Winner of Victorias Small Training Provider of the Year Also Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Australian College of Fitness & Bodywork

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The Australian College of Fitness & Bodywork (ACFB) celebrate 25 years since their doors first opened in 1989 alongside being awarded a winner of the Victorian Small Training Provider of the Year 2013. ACFB is a registered training organisation in Mitcham, providing nationally-accredited courses in fitness and massage Australia wide.

Mitcham, Victoria (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

Its a double celebration for The Australian College of Fitness & Bodywork (ACFB) as they announce their 25 year anniversary (being in operation since 1989) and the award they won as the Victorian Small Training Provider of the Year 2013. Their win was presented by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

ACFB is a registered training organisation in Mitcham and a multi-award winning college delivering courses on fitness, massage therapy practice, remedial massage, and myotherapy. Founded in 1989 as a not-for-profit organisation, it is now a state-of-the-art training facility employing 14 trainers and contractors with a genuine desire to help students.

Andrew Maas, Business Manager at ACFB states, It is a real honour to win the Victorian Training Awards. Weve worked very hard to provide the best possible training since 1989, and because of the effort we put in, we have risen to the top of the education industry. These awards go to show that you don't have to be the biggest or the loudest training institute to be one of the best - it all comes down to the hard work, skill and passion of the individuals involved. ACFB have been very fortunate to have a fantastic team and we would not be able to offer the quality of training that we do, without the great trainers and staff we have.

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development awarded ACFB with the Victorian Small Training Provider of the Year 2013. At the same time ACFB received two finalist nominations in Melbourne South East Business Awards 2013: Business Growth and Development, and the Small Business Award.

Mr. Maas emphasises, With our long and accredited history & award winning training as a fitness college in Melbourne, along with our passionate approach to training, ACFB offers its students exciting, fun and empowering courses that prepare them for the workforce and enable them to become future leaders in these two dynamic industries; fitness and massage.

ACFB provides alternative options to students for on-campus study, on-campus flexi study, and distance learning study on both fitness and massage. And Mr. Maas adds, Our trainers always go the extra mile with a hands-on approach, small class sizes, and flexible delivery options, allowing our training to not only teach the skills of massage and fitness, but also helps students to better cater to clients' needs and become industry-leading therapists and trainers.

For further details on the available programs and to request an information pack visit http://acfb.com.au/.

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The Australian College of Fitness & Bodywork (ACFB), established in 1989 and based in Mitcham, Victoria, is a multi-award winning college delivering courses on fitness, massage therapy practice, remedial massage, and myotherapy. With their highly qualified teachers they offer Industry and Nationally Accredited Certificates, Diploma, Advanced Diploma & short courses. ACFB is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) recognised by various distinguished professional organisations.

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