On the 20th of August, GBCA welcomed a group of Chinese university teachers to gathering its two-week Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) training program. This tailored program is aimed at advancing professional development for teachers and improving teaching quality, through introducing new educational philosophies and pedagogies. During the training, our experienced trainers conducted a comparative study of business models used in both China and Australia, drew a full picture of similarities and differences between ERP systems and deepened the participants understanding of development and innovation of ERP application. Meanwhile, the teachers also explored creative ideas in future teaching innovation through class observation at RMIT and some enterprises visiting.
On the 16th of August, the annual Small Business Festival of Victoria seminar series kicked off at GBCA. Dr. Celina Yu, Managing Director of GBCA, delivered a seminar on the topic of “Growth in Transnational Education (TNE)”, elaborating her vision to the development of TNE. She shared her insights of TNE with over 20 distinguished guests and experts from education industry, including its opportunities and challenges; Australian model across the school, vocational, and tertiary education sector; forms and arrangement of TNE applied in universities around the world; and GBCA as an example.