Meet Our Team
The Australian Institute of Personal Trainers (AIPT) has kicked some big goals in the education and fitness industries since launching 20 years ago. This can be attributed to the dedication of a group of outstanding professionals, who have driven our business growth and successful business outcomes while keeping our students success as our priority.
Kevin Kalinko – Director
Kevin has a strong emphasis on the integrity of product and reputation, which is highlighted in AIPT’s service and course offerings. His impressive career portfolio includes senior management exposure in a wide range of private equity and publicly listed ASX top companies.
He has experience in the education, finance, strategy, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance industries, with his most recent role directing the operation of multiple national Registered Training Organisations since 2010.
Holding a Bachelor degree in Commerce and a Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance, Kevin is a director of numerous not-for-profit and for-profit companies; and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Adam Woollard - Chief Executive Officer
Adam Woollard is currently the Group Chief Executive Officer having been promoted from Group Chief Financial Officer in May 2019. He has managed organisations across many service-based industries at an Executive level as well as successfully managing his business consultancy before commencing with The Australian Insitute of Personal Trainers.
Prior to AIPT, Adam was instrumental in the development of KNM Services which commenced in 2005 where he became their Company Accountant. Over the years he progressed to their Finance Manager and ultimately headed up both Finance and Operations within the company working closely with the Company's Managing Director. Adam credits the success he has had to date on the mantra “that investment into the Customer is the key to commercial success.”
Adam is a member of CPA Australia and also completed his Bachelor of Business & Accounting at Griffith University in 2004.