Students and staff from RGIT Australia’s Business and Hospitality faculties participated in an interactive seminar on "Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace" in Level 7 Boardroom, RGIT Main Campus on Monday, 12 February 2018.
RGIT Australia’s Regional Marketing and Admissions Manager in Nepal, Manish Paudel, met with more than 50 education consultancy representatives in Nepal last week. The international college's 7-day long promotional campaign commenced on Tuesday, 30 January, when Mr Paudel traveled across central Nepal to Bharatpur, Narayanghat (Chitwan), Butwal and Pokhara, before returning to the nation's capital, Kathmandu, on Monday, 5 February.
RGIT Australia CEO, Chandra Yonzon, and RGIT Hobart Campus Project Manager (Marketing and Business Development), Anil Shrestha, participated in a meet-and-greet session in Kathmandu last week.
PTE Course Melbourne students took a break from the regular classroom and hit the computer lab on Thursday, 1 Februrary last week. Students were guided by their PTE Trainer, Rajnish, through computer training in preparation for the students' upcoming tests. Studying in the computer labs is not only fun and engaging, but also important in practical PTE training, as the PTE is computer assessed.
RGIT Australia representatives manned a stall at EDUFAIR 2018 at City Hall Hobart on Saturday, 27 January 2018. The team was excited to speak with prospective students who attended the fair to seek advise on studying in Hobart.
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RGIT Australia was delighted to receive news last week that its regulator, Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), approved its application to add the delivery location of Hobart for the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) and Certificate III in ECEC. RGIT Australia has heard inspirational stories from its ECEC students in Melbourne, and is excited to see the same opportunities become available for students wishing to study ECEC at its Hobart Campus.
RGIT Hobart Campus welcomed its newest students at Term 1 Orientation Day yesterday, 24 January 2018.
ELICOS students and their trainers, Neda, Liza and Chloe, visited Melbourne Museum on Wednesday, 24 January 2018. Elementary, intermediate and advanced students of the ELICOS General English program visited the museum for an opportunity to learn about natural and cultural Australian history, spend time outside the classroom with their trainers and each other, and of course, to further develop their English speaking and comprehension skills in everyday settings.
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An exciting time was had by all when staff welcomed RGIT Australia's newest batch of students at Term 1 Orientation Day held at RGIT Australia's Main Campus, Melbourne, today, 22 January 2018.
ELICOS students kicked off the new year with a farewell afternoon tea for much loved student, Meng, last week. Meng recently completed the General English program and is going on to continue studies in Hospitality at RGIT Australia. ELICOS and EAL Trainer, Chloe, said that she is sure that "Meng's proficient use of English will provide him a definite professional advantage in this dynamic sector."