The Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC) has announced a work integrated learning collaboration with innovative consulting company, Marching Elephants, this week.
ATMC are proud to announce the new state of the art facilities due to open in October 2015. These facilities will accommodate over 2000 students.
Lecture 10am start. Dr Chadhar has also kindly consented to be available from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM if there are any other topics in the Enterprise System domain. Please register your interest at the reception...
Five Masters of Business (Professional Practice) final semester students: Lin Ju; Chuchu Xiong; Shefali Beri; Cheen Ven (Elisa) Tran and Ajay Raviniyar each presented their observations and learning experiences from their individual 12 week internship placements to an audience that included both prospective internees and current internship providers as well as CDU and ATMC staff. They are pictured above with Asheley Jones Executive Director of WIL and CDU ATMC lecturer Chandana Unnithan (Ajay Raviniyar not pictured).
According to the ACS, digital disruption is forecast to displace nearly half of all Australian jobs in the next 20 years. Recognising the significant disruption now occurring in the Australian economy driven by digital technologies, rapid growth in computing power and global online connectivity, the ACS in partnership with the Pearcey Foundation has identified a range of globally recognised experts from Australia and around the world to deliver their insights.
On Saturday 6th June, 20 students braved an early start on a cold Melbourne morning to attend an internship preparation workshop conducted by Colin Wilson, Director of KBA and a renowned career coach.
Following the exciting announcement in the inaugural ATMC WIL newsletter of our purchase of a license for an end-to-end management talent tool, we have begun to map ITECH projects to the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA), the appropriate AQF level and individual student capabilities!
Following the opening of ATMCs Sri Lanka campus in end-2013, the College's strategic vision to expand its operations into the international sphere will take another step closer with the start of a new teaching location in Malaysia in mid-2015.
ATMC celebrated the official opening ceremony of their new building on 23rd November 2013. Located on Galle Road, Bambalapitiya, the building resides in the hub of Colombo with adequate car parking space and fully-fledged facilities.
The state-of-the-art clinical practice suite at Charles Darwin University's centre in Melbourne will be on show as part of an innovative distance learning experience open day on Tuesday, December 3.
The Northern Territory's Charles Darwin University has maintained its position among the world's top 400 universities, for the third consecutive year.
The University of Ballarat has been awarded the maximum rating of five stars for teaching quality for the fifth year in a row.
University of Ballarat in Sri Lanka holds Graduation Ceremony - The graduation ceremony of the inaugural batch of MBA graduates of the University of Ballarat was held in Colombo on 3rd July 2013 at The Kingsbury Hotel with 15 students receiving their MBAs.