Graduate Certificate in Counselling and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment group inspired by fellow Australia Awards Awardee from PNG
Over the past year, Griffith University academics and support staff have been helping shape the next generation of counselling professionals in Papua New Guinea through the Australia Awards PNG Short Course Awards, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The scholarship allows participants to partake in short-term study and professional development opportunities in […]
Spotlight: The remarkable individuals of the Australia Awards PNG 2019 Graduate Certificate in Counselling and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Recently Griffith University farewelled a group of remarkable individuals from PNG who have been in Australia since January undergoing a Graduate Certificate in Counselling and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment through the Australian Government funded Australia Awards PNG program.
Griffith Asia Institute
Round Table discussion on Labour Market Needs Forecasting offers valuable insights for Australia Awards scholars
Participants of the Australia Awards Labour Marketing Needs Forecasting Short Term Award presented by Griffith University recently participated in a Round Table discussion led by experts from across the labour market sector. The Round Table brought together key experts from the National Centre for Vocational Education Research, the Workforce Gender Equality Agency, TAFE, Crawford School […]
Griffith Asia Institute
Australia Awards scholars from Indonesia recently visited Griffith University for two weeks to partake in the inaugural Labour Markets Needs Forecasting Short Term Award. During the course, awardees travelled through Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Adelaide and on to Canberra where the program came to a close. In Brisbane the group visited the Queensland Tourism Industry […]
The Australia Awards in Indonesia’s Sustainable Tourism Development Short Term Award has been delivered by Griffith since 2015.
Australia-Eastern Indonesia Tourism Forum gives insight into the future of sustainable and digital tourism
The forum comes as Griffith International welcomes a new cohort of leaders from the Indonesia tourism sector.
To address the increasingly digitised labour market, an Australia Awards program will explore debates in the local and global context.
Griffith University academics and staff have spent the past week in the country providing a pre-course briefing and introductions to an Australia Awards short course in Health Economics.
Twenty-five Australia Awards recipients are studying a Grad Cert in Counselling and a Cert IV in Training and Assessment at the University.
Griffith University commences Australia Awards ‘Paramedic Skills Development’ Short Course in the Maldives
The Maldives Ministry of Health has highlighted this capacity development as a priority within its Health Master Plan.
The University and the Maldives Ministry of Health recently launched a DFAT-funded Australia Awards Short Course
Business and government
Industry representatives have completed the third and final component of an Australian Government-backed workshop.
Architecture, construction and planning
In March, 15 representatives from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in Vietnam travelled to Australia to take part in a two-week Australia Awards Fellowship focusing on human resource development in coastal and marine management in Vietnam. Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the fellowship was designed to enhance the capacity […]
The four-week study tour involved 23 professionals from across Pakistan's health and nutrition sector.
The group will take part in a range of workshops, seminars and site visits while travelling around Queensland.
The dinner was part of a broader Government-funded study tour to help foster international business relationships.
The tour is part of the “Promoting Industry Linkages with Vocational Education and Training (VET)” professional development activities.
Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
The three-week program brought eight Fellows from around the South Pacific to Griffith in service of developing research and policy formulation in the region.