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Introduction to International Education and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) Workshops
New South Wales - Essential Series
Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:00am to 12:00pm AEDT
|Location||Saxons, Level 10, 10 Barrack Street, Sydney 2000, New South Wales|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$70|
|Cost inc. GST ||$90|
|Who should attend?||
Learn the fundamentals of international education in Australia by looking at trends, data and engagement models. You’ll discover how FTAs are relevant to education and training providers and what the benefits and opportunities are. This workshop will help you develop a deeper understanding of the international student environment and gauge how ready you are to take your next steps.
- Understand the international education market, trends and models
- Understand what an FTA is, how Australia uses them and their impact
- Make an initial assessment of the potential of FTAs on their business
- Start a plan for international engagement, identifying and understanding your target market, assessing capacity and readiness
- How to leverage FTAs to create new opportunities
Facilitated by: Debbie Clayton
Debbie Clayton is a consultant and director of a private education consulting company. Her recent activities include international education strategic planning and business development projects; strategic, governance and operational reviews; quality audits; accreditations; development of quality systems; preparing organisations for quality audit; and professional development workshops. She focuses on quality and transnational education and works with public and private institutions, as well as onshore and offshore governments.
This activity received funding from the Australia Government as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant (FTA-TP) Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept any responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.
The full price of this training is $185 per attendee. However, as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider grant the Australian Government has provided a subsidy reducing the participation cost to $70 per member and $90 per non-member.