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Case Study 1:

Dam Risk and Safety Management & Water Rights

Designed for a training group of 25 delegates from a provincial Water Resources  Department, this program is composed by four full days’ classroom training and four site visits. The topics of interest include dam risk and safety management and water rights.

The four days training are delivered by invited speakers from NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources and NSW Dams Safety Committee.

Contents include:

A general introduction to Australia

An introduction to water resources and its protection

Australia’s Water rights system

An analysis of water rights system between China and Australia

Government’s role, functions and policy

By NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources

Dam risk analysis and safety management

Dam operation and maintenance

Emergency reaction system management

Dam safety policy and incident/accident report procedure

By NSW Dams Safety Committee

Site Visits:

Melbourne: Victoria State Emergency Service

Dam safety risk treatment in Victoria

BrisbaneQueensland Water Commission

Water resource protection and management in Queensland

Sydney:  Sydney Water

Water trading and operation

Water Licensing

Water Saving tips

Sydney: Warragamba and Mangrove Creek Dams

Dam safety management

Dam design and maintenance

 

Comments:

This program perfectly combines classroom trainings with site visits, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and technical training program.

Training carried out by invited speakers from NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources as well as NSW Dams Safety Committee offers the delegates with direct communication with their counterparts in Australia, while their knowledge of Australia’s successful practices and experiences are enriched.

Visits to government departments, NGO, large corporations and operating dams are complementary to the trainings, achieving abundant personal visiting experiences for the delegates.   

The delegates highly commented on the program as “informative, impressive and beneficial”. 

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Case Study 2:

Poverty Relief Development and Agricultural Co-operatives

Designed for a training group of 15 delegates from a provincial Poverty Relief Development Office, this program integrates classroom training and various site visits. The topics of interest include Poverty Relief Development and Agricultural Co-operatives .

 

Training contents include:

A general introduction to Australia

An introduction to Australia and especially NSW’s agriculture

Australia’s Agricultural Co-operatives-history and development

Government’s role, functions and policy

By NSW Department of Primary Industries

An introduction to local Agriculture

Agricultural economy in the local areas

Farm business operation

Local government’s policy and support to farmers

Local poverty relief and social welfare programs

By Hunter TAFE Scone Campus

 

Site Visits:

Sydney: Easter Show

Agricultural products promotion and annual event

Sydney: horsing farms, beef cattle enterprises, sheep and wool enterprise, organic garlic grower, hydroponic garden and dairy farms

Brisbane: Brisbane Markets

Agricultural products trading and local markets operation

Special product donation programs (to help local poor people)

Melbourne: Genetics Australia Co-operative Ltd

Agricultural co-operatives management

Melbourne: Co-operative Development Services Ltd

Legal registration procedures and regulations

 

Comments:

This program perfectly combines classroom trainings with site visits, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and technical training program.

Training carried out by NSW Department of Primary Industries, and Hunter TAFE Institute Scone Campus offers the delegates with direct communication with their counterparts in Australia, while their knowledge of Australia’s successful practices and experiences are enriched.

Visits to government departments, local farms and growers, agricultural businesses, agricultural co-operatives and markets, especially the one to Easter Show, the largest annual agricultural theme event in Australia left the delegates very deep impression.

The delegates highly commented on the program as “informative, impressive and beneficial”.

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Case Study 3:

Youth Education and Employment

Designed for a training group of 15 delegates from Youth Federation, this program is composed by four full days’ classroom training and five site visits. The topics of interest include Youth Education, protection, management and employment.

The four days’ training are delivered by South Western TAFE Institute

Contents include:

A general introduction to Australia

An introduction to Australian Education System

Youth Education, Training and apprenticeships in NSW

Youth Employment pathways

Juvenile Justice and Correctional Programs

Indigenous Youth Education and Employment

Early School Leavers/Disengaged Youth Employment

Government’s role, functions and policy

Site Visits:

Sydney: NSW Department of Education and Training

NSW’s youth education, training and employment

Apprenticeship programs

Sydney: University of New South Wales, Career Center

Graduates employment programs

Sydney:  Youth Education and Employment Office for Youth Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relationships

Youth management, protection and employment

Melbourne: Miss Australia Victoria

Youth protection, welfare and employment opportunities

Special employment programs for Indigenous youth

Brisbane: Australian Public Service Commission Queensland

Federal Framework for Youth Training

Young public servants’ recruitment and training

 

Comments:

Considering the background of the delegation and also their roles in China, the design of the training program attaches much importance to government policy analysis, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and enlightening training program.

Through case studies on various special programs for youth in Australia, the delegation has observed a full picture of youth education and employment in Australia.

The principles and guidelines delivered in the whole program well reflect Australian’s value in dealing with Youth problems. After communicating and exchanging ideas with their counterparts in Australia, the delegation would learn from Australia’s experiences and practices and therefore be able to adopt them back to China.

The delegates highly commented on the program as “informative, impressive, enlightening and beneficial”. 

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Case Study 4:

Urban Planning and Sustainable Development

Designed for a training group of 18 delegates from a Municipal Development and Reform Commission, this program contains full day classroom training and various site visits.

Classroom training are delivered by University of West Sydney

Contents include:

A general introduction to Australia

An introduction to Australia’s urban planning policies and regulations

Urban planning and construction (infrastructure, energy supply, transportation, industry, business and residential zones, green coverage, historical sites reservation)

 

Site Visits:

Melbourne:  Melbourne City Council

Urban Cultural and Historical Heritage Protection and Construction Planning

Melbourne:  Victorian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Victoria’s commerce and industry development

VECCI’s influence on government decision

Melbourne: Victoria Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development

Melbourne urban planning and strategic development

Brisbane: Australian Public Service Commission Queensland

Queensland social security and public service management

Brisbane: South Bank Corporation

After-event replanning and reconstruction for 1988 World Expo

Cairns: Advanced Cairns

Regional planning and development

Sydney: NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources-National Park

Legislations and regulations on construction development

Protection on Heritage zone and special places in urban development

Sydney:  Sewage Water Treatment Plant

Sydney: NSW Department of Regional Development

NSW’s economic development plan and trade relationship with China 

Sydney:  Sydney Olympic Park Authority

Site reconstruction and reuse after Sydney Olympics

Sydney: Burwood City Council

City Council’s sustainable development strategy

Sydney: NSW Department of Planning

Great Sydney Area planning strategy and sustainable development

Sydney: NSW Parliament

Parliament System

Conservation and protections of the Parliament House as a heritage building

 

Comments:

Considering the background of the delegation and also their roles in China, the design of the training program attaches much importance to government strategy on urban planning and sustainable development, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and enlightening training program.

Since the delegation will be in charge of event site replanning and reconstruction for an important global event in their city, this program includes visits to Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Brisbane South Bank Corporation, offering successful  experiences to the delegation.

The delegation has been greatly enlightened by Australia’s practices in the related areas. They highly commented on this training program as “informative, professional and beneficial”.

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Case study 5:

The legal system of property ownership guaranty in Australia

Designed for a delegation of 24 Judges/Chief Judges from Provincial People’s Court, this program is composed of 3 days of training and 4 visits.

The training is conducted by university law school academics and legal industry professionals at Sydney University.

Contents include but not limited to:

-Comparison of legal systems in Australia and China including common law comparative studies;

-introduction to Australian Property Law, including interests under property law, types of property, owner rights, types of transfer etc.

-overview of securities over real property

-the legal systems of mortgaging right and liens.

 

Visits:

NSW Supreme Court

-case jurisdictions of state supreme court and its roles and status in the Australian legal system;

-court observation of case trials

Federal Court of Australia

-case jurisdictions of federal court and its roles and status in the Australian legal system;

-differences in civil and criminal cases dealt by federal level courts and state level courts

Coroner’s Court

-procedures of cases submitted to coroner’s courts;

-police departments’ functions and roles played in such cases

-discussions of differences of this particular court function in two legal systems

Queensland Land Court

-origins of land court coming into place in Australian legal system history

- case jurisdictions and major approaches applied under which specific law/clause.

 

Comments:

The delegation learned related area of comparative studies and in particular, the property law which is an empty realm in China’s legal system. They also participated in active interactions with legal professionals including lawyers, barristers, Judges through visits and indoor discussions.

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Case study 6

Program designed for a group of 15 delegates to learn about marine science and high technologies.

Training provided by:

NSW Department of Primary Industries

-DPI involvement in marine science and technologies;

-Aquaculture Research and Management

-application of latest marine technology into market-based production

Sydney Institute of Marine Science

-Brief introduction on deep sea marine biotechnology status in Australia including the latest
technology;
-Introduction on any key marine bio-related science projects going on and technologies involved as well as the potential values;
-Introduction on any incubator/technology park that applies the latest biotechnology into real-life products

 

Visits:

Port Stephens Fisheries Institute

-Introduction on Botanic Park Deep Sea Channel and Wire seaweed project

-Uterus simulation environment for endangered shark species fostering

Cairns Regional Council (With Representatives from James Cook University, Advance Cairns and Great Barrier Reef Marine Protection Authority)

-Cairns regional environment sustainable development overview

-The west tropic rainforest conservation and border development

-Cleaner Seas Alliance Project introduction including advanced technologies used

 

Not only impressive and informative, but the on-site visits enable us to see the application of new technologies in environmental protection and production with our own eyes, the whole program is tailor designed in a very considerate manner.

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Case study 7:

Mine safety training program designed for  a delegation of 18 people from mining industry.

Training provided by:

Mine Rescue Station Pty Ltd

-Mine rescue 3-D technology and virtual-reality tour

-Mine safety policies including OHS

- Organization system of coal mine safety management in Australia.

-Coal mine safety training system and safety management training techniques.

-Demonstration of gas tube bundle mine monitoring system

Macquarie Business Training Centre

-Research for the risk evaluation of coal mine safety management

-The emergency rescue technology for coal mine accident.

-Cases analysis etc.

 

Visits:

Austmine

-Mining industry in Australia, including exploiting, equipment etc.

-member introduction, including their major operations and projects

Open-cut Mine Singleton

-Introduction to the mine history, operation and annual coal production etc.

-on-site occupational health and safety management system

Westrack Mining Equipment Dealer

-workshop tours to learn about the most popular equipment in use in Australian current mining industry

-observation of some equipment operation

John Holland Group

-mining services provided to industry partners and major projects introduction

Powerworks

-Introduction on coal used in thermal power plants

-tour around the operation areas

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Case study 8

Training program designed for a group of delegates from Ethnic Affairs government agencies on emergency management and multicultural harmony.

Training provided by:

TAFE Macquarie Fields

-General introduction to Australia political and cultural status

-Composition of its population and cultural backgrounds

-Multicultural community management

-Management of aboriginal affairs and related government agencies and NGOs.

-Emergency riot management

 

Visits to:

Burwood Council

-Burwood Council Area and residents’ cultural background introduction

-Council’s policies and measures together with State government to manage when emergence arises, e.g. public or group parade

Sydney Olympic Park Authority

-Public safety and emergency strategies

-Case analysis

Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW

-Religious, cultural, and linguistics introduction to Australia

-Policies for NSW communities to help residents from different backgrounds to fit into the local life, study and work

Australian Multicultural Foundation

-AMF profile introduction

-How to help disadvantageous groups, particularly minority ethnic groups to handle problems faced in their work and life

-Government policies and regulations on how to formulate more suitable ones for the future of a more multi-culturally harmonious Australia

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Case study 9

Training program on statistics collection and analysis in government departments and media industries designed for a group of 22 delegates from Statistics government departments

3-day training provided by Macquarie University

-Handouts on training materials and interpretation provided to delegates

-Technical elaborations including statistical modelling and inference etc.

Visits:

Australian Bureau of Statistics NSW

-Overview of ABS functions and roles

-Major statistical surveys carried out solely or with media and other organizations

-Categories of statistics survey Australia has

-Statistics collection methods and tools generally used in Australia and specific units in the Bureau operating front-line

Australian News Express Daily

-News Express Daily introduction including publication, issuance, history etc.

-Activities related to statistics that local media especially Chinese background newspapers involve in

Statistical Consulting Unit, Australian National University

-PPI and CPI collection procedures

-distribution of work among public and private statistics related sectors

-Australian GDP calculation in specifics including methodology analysis and demonstration

The Age –one of the oldest local mainstream newspapers in Melbourne

-The Age profile introduction

-Publishing of statistics and policy on news editing

-Tour around operation areas