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Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation

"The underlying currency of any successful partnership is respect. The CIT Yurauna Centre has provided understanding and flexibility in the provision of on-site staff development training, such as towards the Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs. It is also an important referral point for our clients who want to expand their opportunities through education. Overall, the partnership has assisted in building support for the development of better outcomes for the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community."

Kim Davison
Executive Director
Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation

Charles Sturt University - School of Policing

"CIT provided us with an external review and consultation for delivering the Bachelor of Policing electronically. CIT reviewed the course content and delivery, and was able to give us just the type of new perspective on the course that we were looking for. CIT suggested reasonable and achievable improvements to the course and provided a formal report and presentation that will help us improve the Bachelor of Policing program and help with future internal audits of the program."

Brian Daly
Course Coordinator, Bachelor of Policing/Bachelor of Policing (Investigations)
Charles Sturt University

National Museum of Australia

"The National Museum of Australia is pleased to partner with the Canberra Institute of Technology to support education opportunities within the ACT region.

Over the last five years, CIT and the Museum have collaborated on a number of creative projects, including the CIT Fashion Parade, CIT’s Film and Television (FAT) awards and a host of other activities. These joint projects provide students from a range of disciplines with opportunities to develop, practice and polish their skills. In turn, the Museum receives valuable support and assistance in producing exciting programs that enrich the experience of its visitors."

Trish Kirkland
Manager, Marketing, Tourism and Sponsorship
National Museum of Australia


“CIT is a partner in anything we develop. They have a huge input into any national programs that we put together in particular Training Packages. We run the idea past CIT to see if it s deliverable, whether it suites the training system and whether it can be delivered at a high quality. CIT is a vital partner to the Industry Skills Council”.

Bob Taylor
Chief Executive Officer

ACT Government - Shared Services

“In 2009 Human Resource Services provided approximately 180 staff the opportunity to have their skills and experiences recognised through the CIT Skills Recognition program with the aim of achieving either a Certificate IV or Diploma in HR Management.

14 Shared Services staff were required to undertake the new unit of study in Workforce Planning before achieving full qualification. CIT facilitated the delivery of this unit in-house and customised the training to include the development and delivery of a work based project.

Shared Services considers the Skills Recognition program to offer a significant contribution to the success of Shared Services in meeting its Vision of attracting and retaining talented and highly motivated people and being regarded as an industry leader.”

Giuliana Tonini
Strategic HR Officer
Shared Services


Australian Capital Tourism has had a long relationship with CIT that has seen their contribution to Floriade grow each year to a diverse range of activities, including:

  • Themed displays created by CIT floristry students
  • Australian landscape gardening displays by CIT horticulture students
  • Construction of different “for sale” mini-buildings each year by CIT building and construction students
  • The stunning Haute Couture exhibition created by CIT fashion students
  • The assistance of CIT child care students in the children’s marquee
  • Cooking demonstrations by CIT culinary students

Australian Capital Tourism is very grateful for CIT’s ongoing contribution to Canberra’s premier spring festival.

Anamika MishraBusiness Development ManagerAustralian Capital Tourism

Construction Industry Training Council ACT

“CIT is working with the Construction Industry Training Council ACT and also HIA to initiate programs in the ACT for the betterment of the industry. It is unique and innovative at addressing skill shortages in the long term.”

Vince Ball
Executive Director
Construction Industry Training Council ACT

Vikings Group

"The industry training we undertake through CIT is an essential part of our business. The various training programs and flexibility that CIT provide us with, allows our staff to develop valuable skills whilst working on the job. This then, opens up various career pathways within the industry. Vikings value the successful, longstanding working partnership we have with CIT."

Linda Davey
Training Coordinator
Vikings Group

The Hellenic Club of Canberra

"The Hellenic Club has formed an ongoing partnership with CIT to give all our employees an opportunity to complete a Certificate I and II in Hospitality Operations. The program was designed to ensure a consistent base level of training with particular emphasis on areas of compliance and the delivery of excellence in customer service.

This year we have further customised the training program to adapt to the time demands of our employees. Most Certificate II units are approached in a self paced learning style and can be completed in a time frame that is adaptable to the employee’s lifestyle.

Twice a week CIT provides an instructor/assessor who is available onsite in a dedicated classroom, to provide on-the-spot support. Assessments are conducted ‘on-the-job’ providing a realistic scenario for both the employee and the assessor to base their results."

Natalie Fanning
Human Resource Manager
The Hellenic Club of Canberra

Cataldo's Hair Salon

"CIT values our input to make sure we are getting what we need for the future. The future of hairdressing depends on us as employers embracing change and with CIT, who has a forward looking group of hairdressing people, together we can change a lot.”

Angelo Cataldo
Cataldo’s Salon