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My Qualifications

Master of Business Administration (Still Studying)

  • People, Leadership and Culture

Graduate Certificate of Education (TESOL)

  • Principles of Second Language Methodology (credit)
  • Second Language Acquisition (credit)
  • Language and Culture (credit)
  • Language Assessment in TESOL (credit)

Bachelor of Training and Development (Management)

  • Introduction to Workplace Learning (distinction)
  • Best Practices in Workplace Education and Training (credit)
  • Advanced Academic Skills in Critical Context (credit)
  • Social Computing Tools: Blogs, Wikis and Beyond
  • Human Resource Planning and Development
  • Human Resource Management
  • Contemporary Management (credit)
  • Strategic Planning and Management (distinction)
  • Credit Transfer: Completion of Advanced Diploma in Adult Education

Bachelor of Adult Education (Human Resource Development) (Exit at Advanced Diploma in Adult Education)

  • Adult Teaching and Learning
  • Psychological Perspectives on Adult Learning
  • Human Resource Development Strategies
  • Human Resource Development Practices
  • Competency Assessment in the Workplace
  • Language Culture and Communication 1
  • Language Culture and Communication 2
  • Developing Interpersonal Communication
  • Workplace Practicum
  • Credit Transfer: 7 Unspecified Units from Previous Study

Bachelor of Vocational Education (Secondary) (Withdrew with 96 Credit Points of 144 Needed)

  • Adult Literacy and Numeracy at Work
  • VET Curriculum in Schools
  • Workplace Training and Assessment
  • Teaching, Learning and Planning
  • Learning in VET
  • Psychology of Communication
  • Content Studies 1: Accounting
  • Content Studies 2: Information Technology
  • Credit Transfer: 8 Unspecified Units from Previous Study

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116)

  • Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning
  • Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace
  • Make a presentation
  • Design and develop learning programs
  • Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs
  • Plan assessment activities and processes
  • Assess competence
  • Participate in assessment validation
  • Design and develop assessment tools (diploma level)
  • Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills

Certificate IV in Communication and Media

  • Communication theory, mass communication (credit)
  • Communication industry orientation (credit)
  • Editing for communicators (distinction)
  • Writing for the news media
  • Writing for the workplace
  • Write content and/or copy
  • News media research skills
  • Conduct research
  • Making presentations
  • Access the Internet
  • Advanced operations of computer applications
  • Negotiation skills
  • Lead or facilitate work teams
  • Team participation skills

Bachelor of Journalism (Incomplete)

  • News Writing and Ethics
  • News and Politics
  • Media Law

Bachelor of Law (Incomplete)

  • Legal Institutions

Certificate III in Information Technology

  • Operating systems (DOS) (A grade pass)
  • Graphical user interfaces (Windows) (A grade pass)
  • Using computer networks (Windows) (A grade pass)
  • Word processing (MS Word)
  • Spreadsheets 1 (Excel) (A grade pass)
  • Spreadsheets 2 (Excel) (A grade pass)
  • Database 1 (Access) (A grade pass)
  • Database 2 (Access) (A grade pass)
  • Desktop publishing applied (Publisher)
  • Introduction to computerised accounting packages (Attache)
  • 3GL Programming (QBasic) (B grade pass)
  • Computing practical skills (A grade pass)
  • Computer administration (A grade pass)
  • Computer systems basics (A grade pass)
  • Software support (B grade pass)
  • Computer hardware fundamentals (A grade pass)
  • Keyboarding techniques and operations
  • The information technology industry
  • Work team communication
  • Job seeking skills

Computer Industry Training Program (Advanced Diploma Level Units)

  • Program design
  • Coding in COBOL
  • Coding in PL/I

Certificate III in Financial Services

  • Prepare financial reports (Certificate IV level)
  • Prepare and process financial/business documents
  • Maintain financial records
  • Process journal entries
  • Prepare and bank receipts
  • Administer accounts payable
  • Maintain daily/financial business records
  • Process payroll
  • Manage budgets and forecasts (Diploma level)
  • Prepare operational budgets (Certificate IV level)
  • Prepare reports for management
  • Set up and operate a computerised accounting system (Certificate IV level)
  • Create and use simple spreadsheets
  • Use technology in the workplace
  • Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry (Certificate IV level)
  • Work within a financial services context
  • Make decisions in a legal context (Certificate IV level)
  • Deliver a service to customers
  • Communicate in the workplace
  • Work as part of a team
  • Resolve customer complaints
  • Apply health and safety practices in the workplace

Advanced Diploma of Accounting (Incomplete)

  • Accounting 1 (credit)
  • Accounting 2
  • Financial accounting applications 1
  • Financial accounting applications 2
  • Budgeting (distinction)
  • Business maths and statistics (distinction)
  • Computer accounting (distinction)
  • Commercial computing 1 (distinction)
  • Commercial computing 2 (distinction)
  • Accounting spreadsheet applications (distinction)
  • Commercial law 1
  • Commercial law 2
  • Income tax law for accountants
  • Office tax procedures (credit)
  • Organisational behaviour (distinction)
  • Negotiation skills
  • Presenting reports
  • Writing workplace documents

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Grey zone is not a fixed concept but a hypothetical place between peace and war. While I was writing this article, a never heard of development was taking place in the Indian state of Punjab. The Indian Prime Minister was stuck on a bridge for 20 minutes since the highway was blocked by the protesters. […]

Cadence Column: Asia, January 10, 2022

Cadence Column: Asia, January 10, 2022

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If we thought 2019 and 2020 presented uncertainties then 2022 is here to surprise all of us. It could be remembered as one of the most complex, unpredictable, and potentially dangerous years in the recent past. COVID-19, oil crossing $100/barrel, Iran-US nuclear talks, Iran-Israel tension, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, cryptocurrency, and militarization of outer […]

Japan looks west to guard against a rising China

Japan looks west to guard against a rising China

Japan signed on Thursday a new security treaty with Australia, a fellow middle power that is similarly aligning against an increasingly assertive China. The blandly-branded Reciprocal Access Agreement, which was signed virtually by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, marks the conclusion of a process that started in 2014, when […]

Cadence Column: Asia, January 3, 2022

Cadence Column: Asia, January 3, 2022

Taiwan is on the rise. With chip shortages, stock is booming. You know how graphics cards are astronomically high? A lot of that money is going into Taiwan. Meanwhile, China found an excuse to order a real estate developer to demolish 39 freshly, new-built “luxury apartments”—something about the building permit being illegal and violated zoning. […]

Cadence Column: Asia, December 27, 2021

Cadence Column: Asia, December 27, 2021

Japan is on the scene in the Pacific. While Japanese athletes will attend the Olympics, Japanese officials will not. China doesn’t want Japan to “politicize” the games. But, consider 2008, the one-hour opening ceremony about nothing but China’s history, with President Xi marching in to a one-world dream at the end. For Beijing, hosting the […]

Cadence Column: Asia, December 20, 2021

Cadence Column: Asia, December 20, 2021

The US is hitting China hard over treatment of Uyghurs. Nearly all imports from Xinjiang will be banned. At the same time, the US bolsters the call to bolster Taiwan’s military defense. However, Taiwan has the seeds of the same tyranny; it just doesn’t materialize into anything alarming because Taiwan remains small. The most obvious […]

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When India goes to war with China 

It is an open secret that China challenges everything India sets its eyes on, be it cooperation with Quad partners (the United States, Australia, Japan), international organizations like United Nations, WHO, or designating a terrorist organization. India, a Quad member and a close ally of the United States, has become the biggest eyesore for China. […]

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