UNE Partnerships has been partnering with various arms of the Australian Defence Force in the delivery of high quality, flexible and customised training that meets the needs of the ADF since 2007.
The Australian Defence Force faces a challenging environment, and the complexity of education and training needs continues to grow. UNE Partnerships has consistently worked hard and has effectively delivered time and again, relying on a number of key skills and abilities that align directly with Defence needs. Our offerings to Defence include:
- Training Needs Analysis - UNE Partnership’s understands the relationship between a learner, an instructor and theknowledge that needs to be shared between the two.
- Instructional Design - Training and education is applicable to all students. Our bespoke courses provide specific solutions to training needs.
- Simulation - A potent training tool, simulation isn’t just for combat scenarios, it can be used for ‘real life’ training in a variety of settings. Simulation makes for competent officers, soldiers, sailors and airmen.
- Verification of Competency - Competency verification can assume an RPL sense, accepting that skills and knowledge learned prior to training should be considered and recognised.
Short Courses, Qualifications and Skills Workshops are focused on the Defence environment to ensure that both Government and Industry professionals are all aligned to the same nationally recognised qualifications. Our Curriculum Design and Pedagogy is focused on preparing individuals for their real workplace with an emphasis on modern learning approaches, practical assessments and work based assignments.
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Our proud history with Defence
2007 - Present Preferred Provider Panel – Leadership and Management CoursesUNE Partnerships has been delivering leadership and management training to Defence APS and serving military staff since 2007 on a preferred provider panel.
2012-2014 Defence Joint Health Command programIntensive consultation with JHC stakeholders to achieve improvements in the management across a range of functions including finance, stakeholder and contract management performed by Garrison Health managers.
2015 Junior Maritime Logistics OfficerInnovative curriculum designed for sea-going logisticians.
2016 Maritime Logistics – Supply ChainBespoke instructional design incorporating simulation for all Supply Chain Sailor training.