Skills development

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Scope Global works in partnership with local stakeholders to deliver programs that support economic growth through building people’s skills for employment.

We identify skills gaps and then customise training opportunities. Our approach includes skills training, combined with business coaching and market access. From the tourism to construction sectors, we develop targeted initiatives that work directly with local businesses across entire industry value chains.

Importantly, our focus in delivering skills programs is to support inclusive growth through equitable access to skills and business development opportunities for people with disabilities, women and those who are geographically isolated.

Our Programs

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Vanuatu Skills Partnership

The Vanuatu Skills Partnership is funded by the Government of Australia and emphasises mutual accountability, co-contribution and partnership for the continued development of the national skills system in Vanuatu.

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Kiribati Facility (including the Skills for Employment Program)

This Australian Government funded initiative supports the delivery of high quality TVET, internationally recognised certificate courses and training programs. 

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Sri Lanka Skills for Inclusive Growth

Sri Lanka Skills for Inclusive Growth supports skills training, sustainable job creation and business growth across the tourism value chain in Sri Lanka. 

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Tonga Skills for Inclusive Economic Growth

Tonga Skills supports systemic change in Tonga’s TVET sector and facilitates inclusive economic growth through targeted skills development activities.

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Pacific Technical Assistance Mechanism Phase 2 (PACTAM2)

PACTAM2 advisers work in collaboration with partner organisations across seven Pacific island countries. 

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Standing from left : Bannau Tiiata (KIT Officer in Charge), Tareere Kaitara (Acting Deputy Director for Quality), Rokobati Tearo (Deputy Director for Human Resource), Mikaere Tioro (Deputy Director for Teaching and Learning). Sitting from left: Kantarawa Noa Yeeting (Ministry of Human Resource’s Acting Executive Assistant), Taabeta Amuera Teakai (Honorable Minister for MEHR), Bruce Cowled (Australian High Commissioner).
Kiribati team
25 Mar, 2021

10 years of skills training partnership in Kiribati

Since 2011, the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has supported in-demand, quality skills training in Kiribati, in partnership with the Government of Kiribati’ Ministry of Employment and Human Resource, through Kiribati Institute of Technology.

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17 Feb, 2021

Alumnus campaigning for the rights of indigenous peoples in Asia

Australia Awards alumnus and long-term human rights campaigner Shohel Chandra Hajang promotes and protects the rights of indigenous peoples through advocacy, lobbying and campaigning at national, regional and international levels. He is working with indigenous communities so that they can participate in human rights mechanisms and processes to have their concerns heard.

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2 Dec, 2020

Celebrating International Day of People with Disability 2020 copy

Every year on 3 December, we mark International Day of People with Disability by raising awareness and celebrating the achievements and contributions that people with disability bring to our workplace, our programs and communities.

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