Short Courses and Non-Formal Learning Opportunities (NFLOs)

Short Courses and Non-Formal Learning Opportunities are currently offered to partner organisations of the Australia Awards and Alumni Engagement Program - Philippines (AAAEP-P). They offer flexibility and address competency gaps identified by partner agencies that will be better addressed by training than long-term scholarships. All courses are structured in competency-based modules with learn-by-doing component, which is supported by trainers and coaches. Participants apply their learnings in their workplace through re-entry action plans (REAPs).

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AAAEP-P Partner Organisations

Civil Service Commission (CSC)

Civil Service Commission (CSC)

Department of Budget and Management (DBM)

Department of Budget and Management (DBM)

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)

Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)

Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)

Philippine Competition Commission (PCC)

Philippine Competition Commission (PCC)

Public-Private Partnership Center (PPP)

Public-Private Partnership Center (PPP)

Department of Public Works and Highway(DPWH)

Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH)

Department of Transportation (DoTr)

Department of Transportation (DoTr)

National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)

National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)

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News and updates

 Data analytics course moves online

Data analytics course moves online

The Business Intelligence and Data Analytics short course is the first of its courses to move from the classroom to the laptop. The Carnegie Mellon University Australia commenced delivering the first module of its course at Asia Pacific College's Magallanes campus in February before the lockdown commenced in mid-March.

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Australian Government supports development of Davao City's Transport Plan

Australian Government supports development of Davao City's Transport Plan The Australian Government recently assisted Davao City's efforts to improve its Comprehensive Transport and Traffic Management Plan (CTTMP) for 2018-2022 with a bench marking mission to Brisbane and Gold Coast. Six (6) key officials from Davao City went to the two bustling Australian cities to meet their counterparts and learn how they are meeting the transport and traffic challenges of their communities.

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and NFLOs

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