Posts by Miranda Hamilton

New Advisory Board – Committee Member Expression of Interest

Learning Partnerships are seeking expressions of interest for board members a new Advisory Board to commence February 2021. Advisory Board Overview The charter of the advisory committee is to provide industry representation to ensure that our training programs and assessments meet the needs of industry today and tomorrow and supports quality vocational education and training.…

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Announcing a new direction for Learning Partnerships

Following a strategic COVID-19 review, Learning Partnerships would like to announce that we are going in a new direction. The review included industry trends, market conditions where we see the future need for training and development in Australia. The result of the findings is that we have refined our “Why” and core positioning after careful…

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Press Release: CQU and Learning Partnerships Articulation Agreement

CQUniversity Dean of School of Business and Law, Professor Lee Di Milia and Kim Carlyon from Learning Partnerships are pleased to announce our articulation agreement for accredited courses with CQUs School of Business and Law. Kim said “We’re incredibly proud of our new articulation agreement with CQU and excited to provide our students with another…

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Young Entrepreneurs Start Up Sprint Battle

At the end of Term Two the Year 10 cohort (approximately 120 innovative minds) participated in the Inaugural Young Entrepreneurs Start Up Sprint. In addition to the program Students worked on and completed a BSBSS00089 Workplace Innovation Skillset. A unique qualification that they can add to their CV and portfolio. Working in Groups they spent…

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Diploma of Business in Schools – Fun through COVID 19

Dawn Breen Students undertaking a Diploma of Business In Schools are working towards a nationally recognised qualification that can provide them with a guaranteed ATAR equivalency, substantial information to put on their CV and skills for work and credits towards university. Most importantly it allows students in years 11 and 12 to collaborate in a…

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Small Business Adaption GRANT Program

Round two of the Queensland Governments Small Business COVID 19 Adaption Grant Program, Learning Partnerships opened today and are already well on the way to being fully subscribed. If you are interested you should get in quick. Learning Partnerships Small business Mentor Miranda Mears warns that one of the Challenges was in creating Grant Applications…

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Virtual Face to Face Project Management Program – Nationally Recognised Qualifications

Project Management skills is one of the most sought after skills in leadership across a wide range of industries. Having a nationally recognised qualification can provide evidence to support career progression or having your resume noticed.  Complete a Project Management Qualification Online with Virtual Face to Face Classes and Collaborate with Project Managers from large…

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FAQ – Schools Enrolment Information and System Access.

This information is provided to students and parents enrolling (registering) in a qualification at Learning Partnerships through, or associated with their school. Q: How do I Enrol A: To enrol in the qualification and gain access to our learning management systems you will need to first enrol. You can enrol from our website at www.learningpartnerships.edu.au…

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Free Community Training

Learning Partnerships is pleased to announce that we have provided free to the community a number of our nationally recognised courses that we believe will help individuals and teams prepare for and adapt to changes that COVID 19 has presented. It really is a challenging time and one thing with a lot of uncertainty however…

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