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Equality is philosophical core for RTO

Posted by Richard Cowley on 23 June 2015

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“Hungry”, “Can-do attitude” and “Open to learning” are phrases continually weaving through a conversation between EQUALS International and Navitas.

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Career Experience Program Promotion

Posted by Navitas Professional on 18 June 2015

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Special promotion for Accounting, Business Admin, Finance, Human Resources, IT and Marketing graduates.

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Malaysian Student Council of Victoria - Job seeking strategies seminar

Posted by Navitas Professional on 9 June 2015

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Business Development Consultant Anna McLeod was recently invited to present a job seeking strategies seminar for the Malaysian Student Council of Victoria at the Multicultural Hub in Melbourne.

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Mt Barker non-profit organisation opts for ‘fit’ with young professional

Posted by Richard Cowley on 5 June 2015

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Mt Barker’s Hills Community Options is typical of ‘demand-high but resource poor’ non-profit organisations, so the opportunity to offer a work placement to a Navitas professional intern is providing an obvious win-win situation.

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Golden Key Alumni Story – Anna McLeod

Posted by Navitas Professional on 5 June 2015

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Navitas Professional’s Anna McLeod will be the Career Panel moderator for the upcoming 2015 Golden Key International Summit.

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Navitas Professional SMIPA Promotion

Posted by Navitas Professional on 4 June 2015

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We are offering a special promotion for our Accounting Professional Year Program with a reduced price of $11,750. This promotion is to celebrate the overwhelming Host Company demand for our interns.

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117 years on, Minda makes for a perfect fit with 21st Century Professional Year Program

Posted by Richard Cowley on 4 June 2015

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There are about 600 000 non-profit organisations across Australia, and although they contribute around $43 Billion to Australia’s GDP it’s no secret many struggle to remain viable and are human resource poor.

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