Education Vision Project Fund
Education Vision Project Fund
Education Vision Project Fund was established three years ago as a partnership program to support Study Gold Coast achieve its vision to be ‘recognised globally for providing quality education, training, innovation and opportunity in the backdrop of an unrivalled destination’. The program enables Study Gold Coast education and training members to collaborate with each other and other industry stakeholders to deliver initiatives that enhance Study Gold Coast’s strategic pillars: Student Attraction, Student Retention, Student Employability and Student Experience.
The Fund will be available on an annual cycle and allocated to eligible consortia. Projects funded will:
- be collaborative in nature and made up of a consortium of at least two organisations, the lead organisation being a Study Gold Coast member Ordinary Member;
- be assessed by an independent panel that will provide recommendations to the Study Gold Coast Management Committee;
- demonstrate value for money;
- require matched contribution, financial or in-kind, by the consortium members;
- be clear in the expected outcomes;
- commence after 1 November 2020 and be completed by 23 June 2021; and
- require reporting to Study Gold Coast on project progress and outcomes.
APPLICATION GUIDELINES ARE AVAILABLE HERE
Also provided here for you is a Word document to use in collaborating with your Consortium members. Please note: this is not the application form. You will need to copy and paste this information into the online Application Form.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.
Here’s a few highlights from previous projects:
Would You Like Some Upskilling With Your Coffee Sir?
Local students are setting out to provide delicious BBQ food and coffee to the community via a mobile food and beverage cart through a new incentive designed to take the training conversation to the people of the Gold Coast.
The Education Coffee and BBQ Cart will create a relaxed social environment allowing employers, current students, potential clients, prospective students and community members to connect over coffee and food while highlighting the advantages of upskilling to enhance employability and canvas work placement opportunities for TAFE students. At the same time hospitality and event students will gain workplace learning experience by developing technical and employer valued soft skills while preparing and serving food and coffee from the cart.
A Sports and Cultural Exchange
This week the Gold Coast is hosting 30 students from China as part of the Sister City Agreement signed by the City of Gold Coast and Chengdu earlier this year.
Boys and girls from three Chengdu based high schools, including the prestigious Chengdu No. 7 High School are enjoying a soccer and friendship exchange experience with Gold Coast based high schools including Trinity Lutheran College, Emmanuel College and Coomera Anglican College.
Insights Into A University Education
A group of international and local high school students had a taste of tertiary life this week at Bond University by engaging in a number of academic challenges. The High School to University Experience is a partnership between Bond University and local Education Queensland International schools, funded through Study Gold Coast’s Vision 2020 initiative. The experience is designed to give secondary students an idea of what studying at university on the Gold Coast is like.
Speed Dating Your Career
Health and community services is one of the biggest employers in Australia. Currently one in seven Queenslanders is employed in the sector and by 2050 the Gold Coast is projected to have the largest growth in this sector in the country, estimated to be worth $7 billion annually. In short, helping people, particularly the aged and disabled, is big business.