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Announcement New Scope

We have some exciting news with the national release of our new qualifications commencing in 2020. This is particularly exciting news for us as we have worked tirelessly to contextualise our programs for organisations typical to our region and current trends and innovations Our Tourism, hospitality and Event Management and retail has an emphasis on…

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Relaunch 2020 Small Business Resilience and Development Program

Learning Partnerships is relaunching its BSB42518 Certificate IV in Small Business Program in 2020 with an emphasis on Business Resilience, Development and developing strategies to manage the business, family and cultural commitments and needs. New programs are kicking off on December 16th and January 17th with Full-Day Masterminds. The BSB42518 Certificate IV in Small Business…

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Media Release: An innovative sponsored program is set to deliver improved governance within the not-for-profit sector

Learning Partnerships RTO 31719 and Volunteer North Queensland (VNQ) have joined in an exciting partnership to provide much needed governance training through a Volunteer Management and Board Ready program for the Townsville community.  In recent times, not-for-profitorganisations have experienced significant regulatory reform, and in the wake the unprecedented monsoonal event and economic downturn, it’s fair to…

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Skillsets for success

Skills sets are a way to meet licensing or regulatory requirements, or to up-skill/refresh skills and receive certification without the need to enrol in an entire qualification.  The demands of today’s workplace and constant technological change mean that worker’s skills need to be constantly refreshed and updated in line with changes to work roles and…

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Not for Profit Volunteer Management and Board Ready Program

It is fair to say that good governance has never been more important for Not for Profits. Good Governance can help not for profits to: Attract and win grants and funding Protects individual directors through a greater understanding of roles and responsibilities  Supports organisational efficiency and sustainability In recent times Not for Profits have experienced…

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WorkCover Return to Work Program leads to new beginings.

by Zoe Cartwright I am a 31 year old lady who is currently undertaking a Host Employment with Learning Partnerships. Host Employment is a program funded by insurance providers like WorkCover Queensland, Comcare, self-insuring employers or Compulsory Third Party insurers and forms part of a workers gradual return to work.  A Host Employment Placement returns a worker to…

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The challenge of demonstrating continuing professional development

Many professions require you to undertake continuing professional development (CPD) to stay accredited and keep your knowledge current. Keeping track of all you do to report on is just another administrative overhead consuming valuable productive time which typically falls when you least need it. Our PDP Program provides an easy way to undertake quality professional…

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Tea and Resilience

True Story, in 2017 I bought an RTO, got cancer and somehow Learning Partnerships and I survived The other day one of our beautiful trainers Robyn sent me a message asking if we were going to do something for the Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea. It hadn’t even occurred to me. This is surprising considering…

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Embracing Change – A Career Change Journey Part 2

My Personal Experience By Denni Maree Ranking check out part 1 here There are so many different sayings about change; ‘if you want something in your life you’ve never had, you’ll have to do something you’ve never done’, or ‘It’s okay to be scared. Being scared means you’re about to do something really, really brave’.…

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Cred to Gen Z – Success in VET @ school

In the last couple of weeks I have been invited to present Diplomas and Business awards to my Diploma of Business Students at the Year 12 and the Year 11 and 10 presentation ceremonies at The Cathedral School of St Anne and St James. I am not even going to apologise that I teared up…

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