Category: National and International News

STEM Workshops Go Full STEAM Ahead

Workright Australia/GEM College of International Business was involved in the promotion and delivery of 16 workshops across Australia. Over 250 educational managers, teachers and students enjoyed the workshops that ran from Brisbane to Perth.

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Innovation in Education through Converged Technologies

Workright Australia has entered into agreement with three local technology companies, a South Australian artist, an academic from South Africa, a world leader in technology education, and an international recognized technology design expert to create and globally commercialize a unique set of educational resources. These are being aligned to the Australian Curriculum, which is currently being prepared for students in all states and territories, from Foundation –Year 12. The educational resources are also being aligned to the Australian Vocational Education and Training Competency Standards (VET sector) and the Australian Qualifications Framework. The educational resources, known as trademarked as STEM Converged Curriculum™ and STEAM Converged Curriculum™ will equip students, teachers, trainers, assessors and educational managers alike!

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Best Practice with Workright Australia

Workright is able to offer a range of services to Local Government entities seeking to achieve Best Practice. GEM College (trading as Workright Australia) has been invited by Chris Hannaford, Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Charles Sturt to be involved in the first Collaboration for Commercialisation workshop “Manufacturing meets Medical Technology” which includes Health, Aged Care and Senior Living Services.

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