Institute of Fitness Ghana


Our team of directors, Executives and Academic Faculty are some of the most experienced in the Fitness Industry.


is a Ghanaian national and was raised and educated in London UK. He trained and worked as an Operating Department Practitioner in the UK and then migrated to Brisbane, Australia where he worked as an Anaesthetic Health Practitioner at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. Sam was also lecturer in the Diploma of Paramedical Science (Anaesthetics) at the Institute of Technology in Southbank Queensland. Sam is now based on the Gold Coast, Queensland and is an Anaesthetic Health Educator and Practitioner at John Flynn Private Hospital and Gold Coast Private Hospital. Diploma in Paramedical Science (Anaesthetics) Diploma in Operating Department Practice Certificate IV in Fitness Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.


Co-owner and Chief Executive Officer for Direct Care Australia Pty Ltd, an Australian community healthcare staffing provider. The company employs approximately 200 health care assistants in South Australia. Caterina has had over 20 years’ experience in a range of management and consultancy roles with key skills in governance and strategy, policy analysis and development, project and program management, change management and business transformation. She has worked across the fields of Health, Aged Care and Disability primarily at senior management and executive levels. Master of Social Sciences (Management and Policy) Bachelor of Arts (English & Politics Major) Advanced Diploma in Governance Advanced Diploma in Quality Auditing Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Certificate IV in Fitness.


MBChB, DA (SA), FCA (SA), FANZCA Dr Rajesh Brijball is a specialist anaesthetist with a special interest in anaesthesia for Neuro, upper G.I surgery, most notably bariatric surgery as well as upper G.I robotic surgery. He currently has a public appointment at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital where he initiated the Upper G.I Fellowship. He is also an Associate of Wesley Anaesthesia and pain Medicine and it is at the Wesley Hospital in Brisbane where he practices his anaesthesia for Robotic Surgery. In addition, he is a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland and has co-authored several research publications. Dr Brijball currently serves as a senior examiner with the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and is a member of the final examination sub-committee.