Today's marketing meeting showed that not all productive team meetings have to take place in the boardroom. RGIT's International Marketing and Communications teams sat down together today over lunch at a CBD restaurant to discuss ways the two teams can collaborate in reaching mutual short- and long-term goals in the international markets. The off-campus meeting was a great opportunity for the teams to sit down with RGIT CEO and wider leadership team in a casual setting, and to put forth new initiatives in a relaxed and fun environment.
RGIT Australia CEO, Chandra Yonzon, visited the institute's Hobart Campus on Friday, 17 November 2017. The visit saw Mr Yonzon share with the Hobart team personally positive news following recent developments at RGIT. CEO's visit was well-received in Hobart, with discussions surroudning how RGIT's two campuses can best collaborate across the Strait. The Hobart team expresses thanks for the special visit, the delivery of good news in person, and the motivation offered by the visit.
RGIT is pleased to announce that ASQA has approved RGIT to deliver further SIT (Hospitality) courses, which are upgraded courses from the now superseded SIT12 package. RGIT has been given official approval to deliver, assess and issue certificates for the following SIT package courses:
- SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
- SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery
- SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality
- SIT31016 Certificate III in Patisserie; and
- SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie
RGIT Hobart Campus participated in an information session organised by NewStars Education Councilors on Tuesday, 14 November 2017. The team at Hobart Campus had the opportunity to talk to almost 50 students about courses offered at the institute, as well as RGIT's registration as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) with Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
Excellent News for RGIT Australia:
RGIT Diploma of leadership and management students participated in their Final Assessment Part C - Role Play for the Core Unit BSBMGT517, at Victoria House on Monday, 6 November 2017. Each student chose a topic from their business scenario ‘New Regional Victoria Call Centre’ BizOps Operational Plan they completed in Part B - Consultation process, Resource requirements, Risk management, Recruitment strategy or Monitoring processes.
RGIT Stage 4, Certificate IV Patisserie students and their trainer, Chris, visited some of Melbourne’s finest patisseries as part of an excursion to Produce Chocolate, a course unit, on Wednesday, 8 November 2017. Students had the opportunity to explore different types, styles and designs of cakes at patisseries such as Le Petit Gateau, Haighs, Lindt, Koko Black. Students enjoyed the excursion learning how to make quality chocolates and gateaux, and have been inspired to bring to the table their own creations in the coming days.
Business Management students were treated to a seminar presented by Anish and Eve in Room 503, Main Campus yesterday, 13 November. Students posed relevant questions, gave comments and contributed to discussion. They were very pleased to have participated and debriefed with what they had learned and how they are going to use this learning. The seminar focused on HR - RSI processes relevant to the Business Unit BSBHRM506 - Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes.