The BEC is the first stop for people looking to establish or buy a business.
BEC's offer a range of business advice, resources and assistance to help you in making solid business decisions.
The BEC provides information and advice on:
The CWBEC is based in Orange and has two outreach offices, one in Bathurst and the other in Mudgee.
AVANA is an innovative provider of Learning & Talent solutions to the consumer services sector.
Our name ‘AVANA’ is inspired by one of the last great expanses of untouched wilderness which has been preserved and gifted to the world as the planet’s largest, most pristine national park. Totalling nearly one million square kilometres, this pure and precious part of North Greenland is known as ‘Avannaa’.
‘Avannaa’ acts as a constant reminder to our company that we need to aim high in pioneering forward-thinking business practices, to remain committed to our ideals, and to help create smarter more sustainable businesses for the future.
Strathcona is an independent school, co-ed in Early Learning Centre and girls from Prep to Year 12. The School recognises and encourages the qualities required for tomorrow’s leaders – competence, confidence and compassion.
Since its establishment in 1924, the School’s sense of community and quality of care have been constantly demonstrated. Each student is encouraged to achieve her personal best.
Academically the VCE results are outstanding. The School has three campuses with students spending Year 9 at beautiful Tay Creggan on the Yarra River in Hawthorn. A purpose-built Junior School opened in 2005 in close proximity to the Senior Campus in Canterbury. The students enjoy first class facilities at all three campuses. There is a comprehensive co-curricular program including music, sport, drama, dance and public speaking.
All three campuses are well serviced by train, bus and tram.
All courses and training programs in Massage and Business are registered with the National training Authority (Provider 31051), and listed on the National Register for Overseas Students (CRICOS Provider 00598J). This ensures you will undertake training that is accredited and recognised within your chosen career. We will not compromise our quality of training. We are happy to provide details of our courses and welcome any further enquiries you may have.
Diploma of Business BSB50207 / CRICOS
Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice
Diploma of Remedial Massage
At AICA Education we offer the best learning environment, the best teachers and the best facilities.
We aim to provide the best inspiration for personal and creative development to empower you with the knowledge and skills you will require to excel in today's dynamic world of art and business.
Our College is unique for its style, the type of courses it is developing and for the small class sizes and quality of the education that is provided.
44 Ashmore Road Bundall QLD 4217
Units 29 & 30 “ The Pegasus Centre” 42 Bundall Road QLD 4215
Since its inception in 1972, the School has attracted international recognition for the quality of its programs and commitment to tourism education. The quality and vibrancy of the School’s academic and research staff also contributes significantly to the School’s competitive edge.
All permanent teaching staff have PhD qualifications and possess valuable industry expertise and membership of networks in sectors such as destination management; tourist behaviour and visitor experiences; technology services; labour management in hospitality; and cultural diversity in event management.
The School of Tourism has also established a dedicated Engagement team, which manages ongoing links to industry, including guest lectures, private consultancy projects, and student industry placements as part of the Professional Development course.
Pymble Ladies' College is a Uniting Church school for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12, with boarding from Year 7. Our philosophy at Pymble Ladies' College is to offer a diverse range of opportunities at every level of schooling whilst nurturing the confidence and self esteem to make these opportunities count.
The College provides a happy, safe and nurturing environment offering more opportunities to pursue a balanced education encompassing life skills, personal development, physical well-being, creative fulfilment and academic excellence.
Pymble is divided into five separate schools on the one campus. Each of the schools has its own Head and Deputy Head of School and each school has its own distinct precinct. Five schools on the one campus provides more leadership opportunities and additional age-specific academic and personal care for each student.
The values and the ethos of the Uniting Church in Australia provide the foundation for dynamic, engaged learning at Pymble, with the College open to girls of all religions.
Prospective International Students ~ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (Freecall from within Australia): 1800 671 980 Phone (From outside Australia): +61 3 8676 7004 St Lucia Campus ~ Faculty of Business, Economics & Law The University of Queensland, Queensland 4072 Australia Office Location ~ Level 3, GPN 3 Building Campbell Road, The University of Queensland Telephone +61 (07) 3365 7111 Fax +61 (07) 3365 4788 Faculty Resource Centre ~ Level 1, Colin Clark Building (39) Blair Drive, The University of Queensland Telephone +61 (07) 3365 9017 or 9019 Ipswich Campus ~ Faculty of Business, Economics & Law Building 12, The University of Queensland Ipswich Campus 11 Salisbury Road, Ipswich, Queensland 4305 Australia Telephone 61 (07) 3381 1004 Fax +61 (07) 3381 1308 Email email@example.com Office Location ~ Level 2, Building 12, The University of Queensland, Ipswich Campus Telephone + 61 (07) 3381 1004 Fax + 61 (07) 3381 1308 Business, Economics, Tourism & Laws mission is to achieve national and international recognition as being the best research intensive school of business, economics and law in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific region. CRICOS Provider No:00025B
Pragmatic Training is a dynamic private Registered Training Organisation (RTO No. 121391). Our training is Australian Quality Training and Framework (AQTF) accredited. We are approved to deliver a variety of courses, with a major focus on the delivery of health related and nursing courses — a growth industry with significant staffing shortages
Courses on offer:
• Certificate IV in Frontline Management
• Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
• Diploma of Human Resources Management
• Diploma of Management
• Diploma of Project Management
• Advanced Diploma of Management
• Advanced Diploma of Management (Human Resources)
Aged Care Courses:
• Certificate lll in Home and Community Care
• Certificate III in Aged Care
• Certificate IV in Aged Care
• Certificate IV in Home and Community Care
• Certificate IV Leisure and Health
• Diploma of Community Services Coordination
Childrens Services Courses:
• Certificate III in Children's Services
• Diploma of Children's Services
• Certificate II In Hospitality (Operations/Kitchen Operations)
• Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery)
• RSA (Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol)
Trinity aims to provide its boys with a thoroughly Christian education, which recognises the importance of spiritual qualities in every sphere of learning and living. Its commitment to academic excellence, pastoral care and participation in a breadth of sporting activities, creative and performing arts promotes a rich cultural ethos and develops the individual talents of each boy in Mind, Body and Spirit. A wide-ranging curriculum caters for both the intellectually gifted and those interested in vocational courses, and is arguably the most extensive of non-selective Independent Boys Schools in NSW.
Trinity Education Support Services (T.E.S.S) provides integrated support to students across Preparatory, Junior, Middle and Senior School campuses. TESS provides a wide range of short and long-term individual, group and classroom support interventions is available to students with special academic, physical, intellectual, and social/emotional needs. Interventions are provided in consultation with parents and mainstream teaching staff. Referrals to relevant external and visiting specialists are made where necessary. The TESS department consists of Registered Psychologists/Counsellors, Specialist teachers in learning difficulties, gifted and talented education, English as a Second Language (for students from non-English speaking backgrounds) and Careers education/guidance, Special project personnel and Parent volunteers.
Access to TESS is through referral for assessment and support by teachers and parents or students may seek support directly.
The Faculty of Business and Economics engages in high quality research and education across all its disciplines in order to improve the human condition and have a positive impact on a changing world.
The Faculty pursues its mission by:
Welcome to Oran Park Anglican College. The College is pleased to be part of the new Oran Park Town. We are strategically located in the centre of what will be a thriving township. Our master plan has a vision for engaging with the community. Learning occurs in modern, air-conditioned buildings and the College has a range of specialist facilities and resources. Our College is committed to the achievement of quality learning outcomes.
Our ethos is both Christian and Anglican. The College operates under the umbrella of the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation and is a Campus of Thomas Hassall Anglican College. Oran Park Anglican College began operation in Term 1, 2012 and is currently catering from Prep to Year 6. In years to come it is envisaged that it will grow towards a Prep to Year 12 learning community accommodating around 1000 students.
We will be commencing Year 7 in 2014 and already several families have indicated and registered their interest. As you can appreciate, we will require additional classrooms and teachers and we will start construction in 2013.
We describe ourselves as a learning community because we believe that we are all learners - teachers, students and parents - learning from and with each other. We are a community in which parents, teachers and support staff work in partnership with each other to advance the learning and growth of the children.
Our vision is 'Growing and Nurturing Excellence, Wisdom and Service'. Our motto is 'of greater worth than gold' signifying the value we place on faith in the Lord Jesus, on our students as they grow and on our learning in every program.
The College has been able to maintain a fee level that is accessible to as many families as possible.
We welcome your interest in the College and invite you to talk with us about the future for your children
The TIMC undertakes research directed at improving the ability of firms and governments develop effective management practices and policies for technological innovation. Research is conducted at many levels. The TIMC studies firms, public research organizations, industries, clusters, technologies, regions and nations. A key element of this research involves detailed analysis of innovation processes, how they vary across industries, and how they are changing.
The research is commonly undertaken collaboratively with a variety of leading Australian and international research partners, and is conducted in the following areas:
The Institute of Executive Coaching was established in 1999 as a centre of excellence for executive coaching. The Institute has now trained over 1,200 coaches and is known as one of the region’s most respected coaching and coach training organisations.
The Faculty of Business is fast developing a reputation for its innovative approach to business education.
Postgraduate students can study on campus or online coursework programs, or research programs in a wide range of areas supervised by highly qualified academics.
Programs in the Faculty are flexible, allowing students to study from a variety of specialisations to enhance their career opportunities.
Strong partnerships with business and community organisations within the region enable students to conduct research in industry, and work on real business issues.
With a commitment to providing workplace-relevant degrees, the Faculty's programs keep pace with technology, industry developments and global trends.The Faculty has developed niche courses in innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship and sustainable tourism in response to regional needs and industry trends.
The Faculty of Law and Management is La Trobe University’s largest Faculty. We offer courses at La Trobe’s main campus in Melbourne, as well as at our four Regional campuses across Victoria: Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Shepparton and Mildura.
There are six Schools in the Faculty:
* School of Accounting
* School of Economics and Finance
* School of Law
* School of Management
* Graduate School of Management
* Regional School of Business
These six schools undertake important research within their discipline areas and contribute to a host of national and international conferences
Killester is a school that prides itself on providing a strong, broad curriculum in a caring environment based on Gospel values. In the current social and educational climate, we seek to provide education that empowers students to become life-long learners, who can think critically and achieve their potential. We want students to become adults who are confident in their interactions with others and can make positive contributions to society.
They need to have a sense of their own voice, a passion for learning and an understanding of community. In order to provide an authentic Christian environment for our learning community to exist, we endeavour to keep Gospel values at the heart of the school, in particular, those of justice and service.
Our school motto is 'Strength and Kindliness'. We hope that when students leave Killester they will embrace these qualities in their daily lives.
The Australian Businesswomen's Network (ABN) teaches women skills to start, manage and grow their business. ABN inspires women in the workplace to enhance their career paths. The ABN connects women with peers and role models so that they can be inspired by each other.
We raise your profile, promote your business and help you achieve your goals by providing you support, information and resources to help you do business better. And, you'll find our peer-to-peer and mentor-to-mentoree support just what you need to keep you on track to your goals.
As a peak organisation supporting women, we provide advocacy so that your voice is heard where it counts.
Business and Rural Accounting, Business Studies, Horticulture, Information Technology, Intermedia Art, Office Supplies, Photo Imaging, Rural, Visual Arts.
Warwick campus provides about 250,000 hours of training on-campus, off-campus, in the workplace, online, via Videoing and through other flexible delivery methods. It has 2,500 enrolments per year and offers qualifications in fields of business, rural, information technology, engineering, automotive, motor sport, childcare, aged care, shearing, wool classing, hospitality and general education.
The campus also provides an extensive array of training programs to high school students within Warwick and beyond and is a major player in the Warwick & District School Based Apprenticeships Program. It caters for people of all abilities.