The following programs are run by external providers across the tertiary sector.
Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM)
Association of Tertiary Education Management (ATEM) Institutional Coordinator
You are invited to express an interest in becoming an ACU ATEM Institutional Coordinator.
As an ACU ATEM Institutional Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in supporting staff by being an institutional contact for ATEM and actively promoting ATEM activities and member benefits as well as organising and promoting professional development activities. To support you in this important role you will be provided with time release. Coordinators will also be provided with ATEM membership and have the opportunity to attend ATEM events.
ATEM is the only professional association for administrators and managers working in tertiary education in Australasia. It is dedicated to advancing professional practice. The Association provides members with an edge in their professional activities and gives them a voice in their areas of expertise in the wider tertiary environment.
To express your interest in becoming an ATEM Institutional Coordinator, please complete the EOI Form [46KB], gain the endorsement of your nominated supervisor, and send through to Gerard Grant, Manager Capability & Development: email@example.com .
For further information please refer to the ATEM Institutional Coordinator Requirements document [25KB].
Managing Very Difficult Workplace Behaviour (BA)
This workshop provides frameworks for understanding, defining and managing difficult behaviour.
*ATEM also has a number Priority Place Programs for a selection of on-demand events, to improve the flexibility and accessibility of courses. These events will run once a minimum number of attendees have registered. Please browse the ATEM program listings for more information.
ACU holds a corporate membership with ATEM which allows staff to attend programs at a reduced rate. When registering, indicate that you work for ACU and you will be entitled to the affiliate rate.
Online Training Library
Provided by Lynda.com
ACU staff have free unlimited access to a vast online library of training videos at lynda.acu.edu.au. You can watch individual videos from Lynda without completing a whole course. To browse the library, log in using your ACU staff username and password. Interactive exercise sheets are also available to some topics so you can practise your new skills.
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