VU Polytechnic are hosting delegates from Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Nusa Dua Bali (Bali Tourism Institute) and Suzhou Vocational Health College in October.
Delegation from the Bali Tourism Institute is part of the staff capability program which consists of guest lectures on a range of topics including VU’s School for the Visitor Economy, environmental tourism, Australian training and assessment processes, education linked with industry, and more.
During their stay, our visitors will learn more about VU’s internships and placement programs, and the learning outcomes for our hospitality management programs. Our guests will also visit key Melbourne tourism hotspots including the Eureka Tower, MCG, Federation Square, Ackland Street, Hyatt Place Hotel and the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
VU Polytechnic area also hosting delegates from Suzhou Vocational Health College as part of the teacher training program and exchange.
The two-week exchange with associate professors, researchers, physicians, and lecturer delegates gives partnering institutions an opportunity to learn from each other and allows VU Polytechnic to share insights into the Australian VET system, Australian health system and our multi-award-winning Blended Learning Model.
Our visitors will get a chance to explore our nursing and paramedics lab and exercise and activity simulation at our St Albans Campus, as well as our remedial massage and myotherapy massage clinic at Whitten Oval in Footscray to understand the unique offerings Victoria University Polytechnic has to offer.