Author: MCIE

Jul
14

Celebrating NAIDOC week in early childhood learning

MCIE celebrates NAIDOC week MCIE is proudly celebrating NAIDOC Week and we are excited to announce a session to be presented by Heather Barnes OAM in which we discuss how to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditions, values, and cultural safety into the work practices of Early Childhood Education and Care services. embed ATSI [...]
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Apr
17

NCVER – VET Student Outcomes survey by NCVER on MCIE

A recent report released by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) on student outcomes reflects MCIE’s result oriented approach, high training standard and the dedication and commitment of our expert trainers

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Apr
12

MCIE- Focus on Job Outcomes

How MCIE’s career focused training is helping its students become job ready   2019 marks a new milestone in MCIE’s journey as one of Melbourne's leading vocational education and training providers – ten years at the forefront of  vocational education. With its values, academic excellence, industry led curriculum, and unwavering commitment to student success, MCIE [...]
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Apr
04

Why Victoria is Australia’s Education State

        Victoria has long been regarded as ‘The Education State’, just check your car’s number plate. We’ve always maintained a commitment to delivering world-class education throughout the state, from early years at school through to university, TAFE and Registered Training Organisations (RTO) like the Melbourne City Institute of Education (MCIE). We’ve always [...]
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Feb
28

New subsidised kindergarten initiative for three-year olds will open doors for more teaching jobs

Doors opening for jobs caring for three-year old children through the Government initiative for subsidised places in kindergarten.

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Oct
10

MELBOURNE PUBLIC TRANSPORT ETIQUETTE

International students face a number of challenges when trying to adjust to a new culture. Way down on that list is a subject, which although often overlooked, remains an important topic for international students to consider, especially in a highly populated and cosmopolitan city such as Melbourne. That subject is public transport etiquette. For those of you [...]
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Oct
10

The Ultimate Scam Guide for International Students

No country is free of trouble makers. While international students studying in Australia will be perfectly safe most of the time, there is the unfortunate reality that someone will try to take advantage of their vulnerability. Thankfully, you do not have to be left in the dark as to where about the dangers lie! This ultimate guides serves [...]
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May
16

Five Ways to Boost Your Memory

  If you’re like most of us living in the 21st century, you may have noticed something rather peculiar. It’s getting harder to remember things! We are absorbing more information per day in this new information age than our ancestors absorbed in a lifetime. While having torrents of information at our fingertips is fantastic, it does [...]
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