The Centre values the opportunity to develop strong and mutually beneficial partnerships with business and industry to provide quality professional development and short courses to industry professionals and Alumni.
DIXON Partnering Solutions specialises in transformational cross-sector partnering throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific Region. DIXON Partnering Solutions have the depth and breadth of experience to nurture partnering skills that support business, government, community and education organisations to create, develop and sustain effective cross-sector partnerships.
DIXON Partnering Solutions is an independent partnership broker that aims to build the skills and knowledge of both individuals and organisations to realise the full potential of their partnering initiatives.
True is the leading provider of reproductive and sexual health services in Queensland. For over 40 years, it has provided doctors, nurses and other professionals with advanced education and training services, while serving the community through its clinics and education centres in 9 cities across the state.
Talisium's vision is to change lives by up-skilling the world’s healthcare workforce; to organise and deliver more health-related education and training content to more people than any other organisation on earth.
With a global shortage of skilled health workers, the world needs a solution. At Talisium we believe the solution lies in education and training. In adding layers of competence and expertise by up-skilling health workers, who already have a base level of skills. Direct and online training will enable healthcare workers to up-skill and equip themselves for jobs in their home countries as well as jobs abroad.
Through digital channels, we have the ability to give every health worker in the world access to the highest quality content and training.
Central Queensland Multicultural Association (CQMA) is umbrella association that is made up of volunteers who work with the community, organisations, groups, and associations to assist in the integration of migrants into the community and to provide support, activities and programs that embrace change while respecting heritage and celebrating diversity whilst sharing a common sense of harmony and community.
CQMA is seen as an independent, not for profit organisation committed to working actively to promote multiculturalism.