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The benefits of effective communication systems, practices and processes

Communication is the key to building successful relationships and human connections. It’s also the key to success in any professional field. Effective communication is essential to the success of any training or education program. Effective communication is not easy, it requires effort and time. Effective communication systems in any training and education business will ensure […]
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Update about Victoria’s International Student Arrivals Plan

International students will start returning to Victoria by the end of 2021 under the Victorian Government’s International Student Arrivals Plan, which has been endorsed by the Australian Government. The plan was developed in consultation with Victorian universities, and industry peak bodies from across the international education sector, including the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia, the […]
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Queensland has set a new national record for the number of women entering the construction industry.

According to data released this week by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), Queensland has achieved the highest-ever number of females enrolling in a construction trade apprenticeship of any state or territory in the country. Furthermore, according to the data, the overall number of female construction apprentices in the Sunshine State is larger […]
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Australia mulls visa reforms for offshore students to enjoy work rights

Can international students expect Australian student visa reforms on the horizon, and to play a bigger role in Australia’s skilled migration? The International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) has submitted a policy paper to the government that proposed any international student who undertakes an additional professional year in skills shortage areas should be given double […]
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The ‘ABC’ of Academic Credit Transfer in India: India Gives Students Flexibility in Higher Education Through Academic Bank of Credits

An Academic Bank of Credits will be set up where students can deposit, transfer and redeem credits earned through a variety of courses, including MOOCs Flexibility for students to experience diverse learning Students to have multiple entry and exit points in higher education, resulting in certificate, diploma, degree etc Synchronisation proposed for general and vocational […]
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Quarantine requirements dropped for Canberra universities

A third Australian jurisdiction has signalled its intention to allow the untrammelled return of international students, with the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) vowing to admit fully immunised tertiary students in time for the start of the 2022 academic year in February. Chief minister Andrew Barr said that while students would need to adhere to federal […]
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World-first Gold learning hub confirmed for Sandhurst

The PGA of Australia will seek to further elevate the capabilities of the current and future golf industry workforce through the establishment of the PGA Golf Learning Hub at Sandhurst, south of Melbourne. The completion of the Australian Golf Centre at Sandringham and the relocation of PGA administrative staff to the heart of the Melbourne […]
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Foreign students, workers to be allowed back into Australia before Christmas and tourists could follow

International students and workers will be allowed to return to Australia within weeks, with tourists potentially permitted back into the country by Christmas. With Australia’s international borders reopening in Sydney for citizens, residents and their families on November 1, the government is moving fast on the plan to allow more travellers into the country. For […]
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