Skills Development Prospectus

Skills Development Prospectus

Recent research by the Export Council of Australia (ECA), such as Australia’s International Business Survey and our Advancing Trade Development report, has identified that the case for trade development has never been stronger.

We have found that developing trade through capacity and capability building is key for Australian businesses to be able to capitalise on international opportunities. Independent analysis of such programs in the United States and United Kingdom found that investment in skills development programs can deliver a positive return on investment, and can successfully boost export capabilities leading to increased export activity.

This is why the ECA is very proud to have developed a skills development program to help companies build their capabilities to trade internationally.

These courses have been developed and specifically designed for businesses and individuals keen to deepen their knowledge and advance their career in international business.

To ensure that we continue to deliver relevant programs, the ECA is extremely pleased to have partnered with the Centre of Customs and Excise Studies (CCES), Charles Sturt University and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (the Australian Chamber) to deliver international trade education.

This partnership means that participation in the ECA’s International Business program can be the first step towards an articulated learning pathway to completion of the Advanced Diploma of International Business Management and then leading to undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.


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