Australian Institute of Flexible Learning

The Australian Institute of Flexible Learning (AIFL) are your health care and community services experts with decades of experience and partnerships. AIFL has been established since 2005 which is a testament to its long standing commitment to quality education and training. The organisation grew out of the need for training in Australia that can adapt responsively and flexibly to the everyday learning and educational requirements of individuals and allied health businesses. It was founded through the healthcare sector and it is still very much run by those in healthcare, community and business with great passion to further improve our fields of healthcare, community and business. It is with that very passion we strive to ensure all our students are not only leaders in their fields at their places of employment, but compassionate, empathetic, and empowered individuals who wear our legacy proudly. We specialise in Health (Individual, Ageing, and Allied Health Assistance) Community Services, Mental Health, Ageing Support, Alcohol & Other Drugs and Business courses. These are available throughout Australia and are supported by our highly skilled staff who are experienced Industry practitioners with extensive experience in their Industry areas. In Victoria, we offer subsidised and funded places - also in traineeships. Some of our courses involve workplace delivery and assessment, to ensure you gain practical work experience in your chosen career. Where this is the case we can provide you with a unique practical placement experience. One which is diverse in the various scope of practices and where you will experience a range of services that you will be engaged with when on placement. We are about providing a meaningful learning experience by giving our students as much control as possible over what, when, where, and how they learn. Enrol today for a better tomorrow.

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