Collaboration & Partnerships

We believe that learning and development is all about creating and enabling opportunities for growth. As an organisation with global reach, ASDI believes in building long term partnerships with other organisations.

Our collaborations extend to a range of education and training projects internationally, which include private sector, universities, TAFE, government, and community organisations:

The design and delivery of a nationally accredited online course in new venture creation as part of the Australian Government’s Digital Enterprise Project, delivered in collaboration with the University of South Australia, Victoria University, Flinders University, and The University of Adelaide as our key project partners.

Collaboration and support to Central Queensland University and other participating universities and secondary schools in the proposed Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) Innovation and Development Grant project titled Transition as becoming: Enhancing the success of regional students transitioning from vocational to higher education.

The delivery of train-the-trainer workshops in collaboration with Austrade to enhance the quality of teacher training benefitting a range of leading public sector colleges and schools in Bangkok, Thailand.

In developing courses and pathways for people living with disabilities, ASDI has collaborated with Autism South Australia, Brain Injury Australia, Uniting Communities and BREED in Northern Territory, Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia. These collaborations have provided learning opportunities for young people on the Autism spectrum and have enabled them to participate in a national accredited Cert IV in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation course.

Our partnership with Ramafin Education enables the delivery capability of a range of project management, governance, procurement, finance and business training and development courses in Australia and internationally.

Internationally, ASDI has collaboration agreements with a range of educational institutions in Singapore, China, and South Africa. Our partner in South Africa, Sector Education and Skills Training Organisation (SESTO) is an established and leading vocational provider delivering an extensive range of nationally accredited qualifications to mainly previously disadvantaged learners. SESTO has trained in excess of 20,000 learners, which have included people living with disabilities.

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