Experts Form an Educational Alliance: GEM and Pentangle

Experts Form an Educational Alliance: GEM and Pentangle

GEM College of International Business has expanded its long standing relationship with Ms, Pamela Wakefield-Semmens, Principal of Pentangle.  Pamela is a Certified Practising Accountant and a Registered Psychologist, and is currently finalising a PhD in the area of coaching to improve the retention, performance and wellbeing of core talent.

GEM College of International Business and Pentangle have been reviewing current areas of interest and the needs of rapidly growing businesses globally, and this has led to the careful development of a range of programs that are currently being prepared for submission to ASQA for accreditation.  The proposed qualifications will include:-

  • Graduate Diploma in Mentor Systems Management
  • Graduate Diploma of Life Coaching .
  • Graduate Certificate in Mentoring and Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Coaching and Management
  • Advanced Diploma in Life Coaching.
  • Diploma of Workplace Mentoring
  • Diploma of Life Coaching

Pamela has been awarded Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Business (Business Management and Accountancy), Bachelor of Business (Human Resource and Organisation Development); Graduate Certificate in Management Psychology; Graduate Diploma in Social Science; Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology; Masters in Psychology; Master in Business (Organisation Dynamics and Leadership). She also holds a Certificate in Biofeedback for Stress Assessment and Stress Management.

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