Upcoming Short Courses 2021-2022

Below are brief descriptions of the upcoming Short Courses that Australia Awards – South Asia & Mongolia plans to deliver in the financial year 2021-2022.

Short Course providers will be selected through a tender process, which will be announced on this website and the Australian Government’s website, AusConnect

All Short Courses address specified learning outcomes and are delivered by an approved Australian Higher Education provider or an Australian Registered Training Organisation (RTO). The Australia Awards – South Asia & Mongolia program encourages tendering institutions to explore partnerships with organisations in the South Asia region, where appropriate.

Request for tender is now open!

Close: 6 May 2022

Australia Awards South Asia & Mongolia is seeking a cost-effective Short Course training program for up to 20 Participants. This Short Course will be delivered via mixed mode delivery (online and face-to-face, either in-Australia or in-Bangladesh). Delivery will be over seven months, commencing in early July 2022 and completing no later than January 2023.

A key objective of this Short Course will be to document the long-term actions needed to ensure coordinated, balanced and inclusive Blue Economy related policies, planning and implementation in Bangladesh, while balancing consideration of the ecological environment and inclusion of marine-dependent communities, especially artisanal fisherfolks and women.

Cohort:

This Short Course is being offered to up to 20 participants and is intended to bring experts, researchers, maritime industry sector and marine conservation professionals together with key government officials to identify and implement actions to develop Bangladesh’s Blue Economy.

Mode:

Online and in-Australia OR Bangladesh