VET Virtual Delegation Day 2020

Australia's Northern Territory and Indonesia

DATE

Thursday 19th November 2020
 

TIME

9:30am – 12:00pm (Jakarta)
10:30am – 1:00pm (Bali and Makassar)
11:30am – 2:00pm (Maluku)
12:00pm – 2:30pm (Darwin)

1.30pm – 4.00pm (Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne)
 



 

OVERVIEW
The Indonesia- Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) came into force in July 2020.

 

Australia's Northern Territory (NT) government will host a virtual delegation on 19 November 2020. This is an online event to introduce and connect Territory vocational education and training (VET) providers with Indonesian governments, businesses and education providers who have an identified need for upskilling. The virtual event will also launch the NT VET Capability Statement which will highlight relevant offerings of the Territory’s VET sector.

 

AUDIENCE

Territory VET providers participating in the NT VET Capability Statement who are seeking to develop VET partnerships in Indonesia.

 

Indonesian governments, businesses and polytechnics with a need to address workforce upskilling and to develop a deeper understanding of Australia’s national competency-based training.

 

AGENDA


Introductions and welcome
Rachael Shanahan
Director, StudyNT, Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, Northern Territory Government, Australia. 

 

  1. Opening addresses/official welcome

    1. The Hon Nicole Manison
      Australia's Northern Territory Government Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for International Education 

    2. Dr Zulkiemansyah
      Governor of Nusa Tenggara Barat

    3. Pak Consul Gulfan Afero
      Consul of the Republic of Indonesia to the Northern Territory 

    4. Ms Bronwyn Robbins
      Australia’s Consul-General in Makassar, Indonesia 

2. Overview of Australia's Northern Territory with a focus on competency training, skill sets and train-the-trainer with NT VET
Ms Catherine White
Senior Executive Director, Business and Workforce, Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, Northern Territory Government (15 minutes)

3. Indonesia Investment
Mr. Henry Rombe

Director, Indonesia Investment and Promotion Centre (IIPC)

4. Case studies of cooperation – Australia's Northern Territory and Indonesia:

TBC
Charles Darwin University (CDU) – Hospitality and Tourism

 

TBC
Indonesian speaker 

Mr Mike Wallace
CEO, Site Skills Training – Mining 

TBC
Politeknik Ambon

Ms Alana Anderson
Alana Kaye College – Train the Trainer

 

TBC

Indonesian speaker 

5. Moderated Q & A Session

Moderator: Mr Michael Fay, Director of the ASEAN Focus Group (AFG VG), Australia

6. Using IA-CEPA for mutual benefit – people to people links
Mr Tim Martin - 
Trade and Investment Commissioner, Jakarta, Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade)

7. Next steps and close of delegation 

Ms Rachael Shanahan

Director, StudyNT, Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, Australia's Northern Territory Government 

Further information

Rachael Shanahan

Director, StudyNT, Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, Australia's Northern Territory Government

Rachael.shanahan@nt.gov.au

 

This agenda is current as at 22 October 2020.

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