Career FAQs’ suite of courses is once again expanding, now offering practical and specialised vocational education and training (VET) courses for professionals from our new partnership with University of New England (UNE) Partnerships.
UNE Partnerships is a leading registered training organisation (RTO) which provides distinctive distance education for professionals. Its courses are designed to help students develop expertise and specialist skills in areas applicable to the workplace. Students gain highly relevant theory and practice from the programs, building on their previous professional experience and formalising their qualifications, and giving a firm footing to those making the transition into a new career.
UNE Partnerships focuses on practical professional programs, specialising in business administration, management, facilities management, frontline management, human resources, logistics & transport, medical administration, practice management, project management and the public sector/government.
UNE Partnerships courses are distinguished by their emphasis on ‘employability skills’ as outlined by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR), which means they’re designed to provide training in the key skills necessary to excel in the workplace. These skills include communication, teamwork, problem-solving, initiative, planning, organising and self-management, as well as learning and technology skills. By completing a program of study that includes these fundamental competencies, you can be confident that your career prospects will flourish.
Studying with UNE Partnerships, you’ll enjoy the flexibility of being able to study by distance, at your own pace. You’ll also have the option of progressing your certificate qualification up to diploma or advanced diploma level, or continuing on to a university degree.