Fakahoko, a Tongan person, in front of the community hall where he teaches singing and dancing

Celebrating skills for resilient youth this World Youth Skills Day

14 July 2020

World Youth Skills Day is an opportunity for young people, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions, and public and private sector stakeholders to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship. This year’s World Youth Skills Day takes place at…

How we are responding to COVID-19

25 September 2020

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve, Scope Global is closely monitoring the situation and adapting daily changes. Our primary goal is to ensure the health, welfare and safety of our clients, customers, advisers, scholars and personnel. This is a dynamic and unprecedented situation which we are not taking…

Four girls sitting at their desks in a classroom

Female Trailblazers: IWD 2020

05 March 2020

Wishing a happy International Women's Day to all of Scope Global's employees, partners, friends and followers. This year's UN Australia International Women’s Day theme is ‘Generational Equality’. This is certainly a thought-provoking theme and one that is particularly challenging to tackle when it comes to working toward equality. Breaking down…

Scholar Sarah Burton and Orr Shallev of COX

Scholar Profiles: Sarah Burton and Cox Architecture

16 January 2020

Scope Global is appointed by the Australian Department of Education and Training (DET) to deliver the Commonwealth Scholarships Program for South Australia. Our team works to support increased employment in South Australian growth sectors, such as defence and advanced manufacturing. Last year, Scope Global placed approximately 80 scholars in industry…

Mavens with Scope Global staff

Official launch of Maven – our disability inclusion consultancy practice.

17 December 2019

Last Wednesday 11 December 2019, Scope Global launched our new disability inclusion consultancy practice – Maven. Maven is a professional service provider for corporates and communities seeking to improve their inclusion and diversity practices. Maven aims to break down barriers to inclusion into the corporate and cultural space, while also…

Sean and Liam find inspiration through shared adversity.

22 November 2019

Sean and Liam were both involved in vehicle accidents which instantly changed their course of life. Now well into their recoveries, Sean and Liam have joined a program in Tonga which promises to change their lives once more. In this story we meet two young South Australians whose extraordinary journey…

Geoff and Romany's shared experiences go a long way in recovery

13 November 2019

Adjusting to life after an accident can be enormously challenging. Now that the visible wounds have healed, Geoff and Romany are learning the importance of sharing their stories to help come to terms with their changed abilities. A new opportunity has taken them to the Tonga where Geoff and Romany…

It's a win-win for Geoff and people with disability in Tonga

11 November 2019

After a life changing accident Geoff found himself not able to do the things he used to. It's been a massive challenge. But a new opportunity has helped him see the good in himself, while helping others living with a disability. With thanks to Lifetime Support Authority - LSA, NATA…

An employee from Yuhibuhi Forest Resort walking with a tray

World Tourism Day 2019 - celebrating local tourism operators in Sri Lanka's east

07 September 2019

27 September marks the United Nations’ World Tourism Day. Around the world, tourism generates 10% of jobs and has the potential to create decent work in line with Sustainable Development Goal 8. This year, World Tourism Day celebrates the role of tourism in job creation through the theme ‘Tourism and…

Teakin working with many IT cables

From construction to IT

03 May 2019

IT trainee at the Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) and construction graduate, Teakin Kabure prides himself on his versatile skills. When Teakin found out about the courses KIT offers, he was working in various jobs in construction and maintenance. In the hope of working as a tradesman in Australia, Teakin…