The Personal Excellence Program gives individuals the tools and capability to create lifetime success. Based on tested cognitive psychological principals characterising high performance individuals, this program empowers individuals to make positive life changing decisions.

For Job Service Australia clients or people seeking complete unemployment solutions, the Personal Excellence Program should be combined with Program 2: Work Ready and Program 4: Catalyst.

As registered facilitators for the Pacific Institute Australia, the Australian National Institute for Training and Development delivers the following solutions:


  STEPS®
  PX2®
  Investment in Excellence®


Program manager



Dr. Soheila Mokhtari
T: 1300 134 137
E: admin@anitad.edu.au



STEPS®



STEPS® is built around the core concepts of The Pacific Institute's® knowledge base. It is delivered in a group setting with a qualified facilitator who helps participants to co-create their learning through interactive discussions, personal reflection time, the use of short video bursts and activities utilising a wide variety of learning styles.


Course is designed for


  Adult professionals, people seeking professional development;
  Organisations seeking professional development for staff;
  Job seekers, Job Services Australia clients;



What the program does


The programme has been implemented with success in a variety of settings and has been particularly effective in:

  • helping long-term unemployed people develop the motivation and self-belief to complete other training and find jobs.
  • equipping parents with better parenting skills.
  • enabling those being made redundant to develop a new future for themselves.
  • reducing reoffending and aiding reintegration with employment as part of offender learning initiatives.
  • helping employees gain the confidence to deal with change, improve their working relationships with colleagues and take more accountability for the impact of their own behaviour on the working culture of the organisation.
  • improving relationships between teachers and parents and fostering increased parental involvement in school life.
  • strengthening grassroots change initiatives in community regeneration projects along with a renewed sense of possibility and community; enhancing participation in and ownership of local initiatives.

The STEPS® concepts provide a common language for articulating a vision of a better future and offers a proven approach to making the vision a reality.


What can you expect


After participating in the programme, individuals have greater expectations of success and higher self-efficacy.

TPI clients see:

  • higher levels of motivation
  • increased self belief
  • improved ability to set goals
  • raised levels of personal accountability
  • insight into how their mind works.

Evaluation data completed by participants indicates a 93% recommendation response to the programme. STEPS® can be delivered very flexibly according to the needs of the group or organisation.

Reference: The Pacific Institute


About the workshop


  • Must bring identification;
  • Minimum dress standards - neat casual, enclosed footwear;
  • Morning and afternoon tea included. Participants need to bring their own lunch;
  • Participants should bring their own laptops if they need it unless otherwise advised;
  • Businesses/organisations seeking bulk staff training can request this course at anytime;



Duration: 2 days;


Time: 8:30AM to 4:00PM;


Lecture notes and workbook(s) provided;


Associated with






Minimum education

While there are no formal entry requirements the Institute suggests students have sound english language and literacy skills and basic word processing skills. As a guide, students should have completed schooling to Year 10.


Minimum age

Minimum age of 16 years. If students are under 18 years of age, the enrolment form must be signed by a parent or guardian.


English language requirements

Units in this qualification requires students to read comprehensive study workbooks and undertake a range of written assessments and communicate through email and telephone (depending on enrolment type). As such, students should at least have english proficency to year 10 level.



Enrolment type
Enrolment description
Fees (2015)
Resource fee (2015)
Workshop
2 days
Face to face workshop, workbook, Award: Certificate of Completion
$700
$0





PX2®



Growing up is full of challenges, contradictions, pressures and opportunities. It has always been this way, but these days, everything seems to be on a much larger scale. Positive, productive role models for young people are harder to find. Career choices are no longer simple. And the critical thinking skills necessary to making the best career choices are not always taught in school. PX2® is a programme for young people aged 14 - 19 years which builds on the core curriculum and presents this in a way that finds resonance with that target audience.


Course is designed for


  Youth




What the program does


The programme has 12 units and is delivered by a Pacific Institute® qualified facilitator using short video bursts, group activity, discussion and personal reflection. The content is vibrant and colourful with a music video “feel”, incorporating animation, graphics and music.


What can you expect


Studies have shown that with no goals of our own, we become susceptible to the loudest voice around us – whether it’s good for us or not. PX2® teaches the art and science of goal-setting, combined with a thorough understanding of just how we think, so that our young people come away with self-confidence, self-esteem and a strong ethical centre. It is one thing to know “the right thing,” it’s quite another to have the confidence to act on it. As parents or guardians, we are constantly on the look-out for negative influences in the lives of our children. The challenge is to build strength of character, and strong self-belief, so that young people can stand up against these influences and maintain confidence in their own decisions.

PX2® is a life-changing experience, promoting positive communication, building stronger relationships and equipping individuals with effective thinking skills that act as a springboard to a successful future. The programme can be delivered very flexibly according to the needs of the group/organisation.

Reference: The Pacific Institute


About the workshop


  • Must bring identification;
  • Minimum dress standards - neat casual, enclosed footwear;
  • Morning and afternoon tea included. Participants need to bring their own lunch;
  • Participants should bring their own laptops if they need it unless otherwise advised;
  • Businesses/organisations seeking bulk staff training can request this course at anytime;



Duration: 2 days;


Time: 8:30AM to 4:00PM;


Workbook(s) provided;


Associated with






Minimum education

While there are no formal entry requirements the Institute suggests students have sound english language and literacy skills and basic word processing skills. As a guide, students should have completed schooling to Year 8.


Minimum age

PX2® is for young people aged 14 - 19 years which builds on the core curriculum and presents this in a way that finds resonance with that target audience.


English language requirements

Units in this qualification requires students to read comprehensive study workbooks and undertake a range of written assessments and communicate through email and telephone (depending on enrolment type). As such, students should at least have english proficency to year 8 level.



Enrolment type
Enrolment description
Fees (2015)
Resource fee (2015)
Workshop
2 days
Face to face workshop, workbook, Award: Certificate of Completion
Enquire
$0





Investment in Excellence®



People are the cornerstone of organisational success, and Investment in Excellence® develops this most valuable asset. It is a powerful development experience that enables individuals and organisations to achieve much more of their potential by changing their perception of what is possible, and then providing the skills, knowledge and application to cause a change in what they actually accomplish.


Course is designed for


  Adult professionals, people seeking professional development;
  Organisations seeking professional development for staff;
  Job seekers, Job Services Australia clients;



What the program does


Investment in Excellence® engages individuals professionally and personally, giving a new perspective to both their jobs and their lives, specifically allowing them to:

  • manage and effect significant change
  • change behaviours
  • release untapped potential
  • empower self and others
  • take accountability
  • consistently set and achieve challenging goals
  • motivate oneself over a sustained period
  • flourish in new environments
  • develop leadership and communication skills
  • move from individual to team thinking and team development


What can you expect


After participating in the programme, individuals have greater expectations of success and higher self-efficacy. After an implementation, TPI clients see: • higher levels of motivation • more commitment to organisational goals • measurable improvements against targets • increased accountability at all levels • better team functioning • improved problem-solving and innovation.

Investment in Excellence® is normally a 4-5 day process, with a Phase One (2-3 days) and, after one month, a Phase Two (2 days). While phase one is focussed on personal transformation skills, the project team designs the phase two to fit the precise organisational needs. The content is delivered by a qualified facilitator using short video bursts, group activity, discussion and personal reflection.

Reference: The Pacific Institute


About the workshop


  • Must bring identification;
  • Minimum dress standards - neat casual, enclosed footwear;
  • Morning and afternoon tea included. Participants need to bring their own lunch;
  • Participants should bring their own laptops if they need it unless otherwise advised;
  • Businesses/organisations seeking bulk staff training can request this course at anytime;



Duration: 4-5 days;


Time: 8:30AM to 4:00PM;


Workbook(s) provided;


Associated with






Minimum education

While there are no formal entry requirements the Institute suggests students have sound english language and literacy skills and basic word processing skills. As a guide, students should have completed schooling to Year 8.


Minimum age

PX2® is for young people aged 14 - 19 years which builds on the core curriculum and presents this in a way that finds resonance with that target audience.


English language requirements

Units in this qualification requires students to read comprehensive study workbooks and undertake a range of written assessments and communicate through email and telephone (depending on enrolment type). As such, students should at least have english proficency to year 8 level.



Enrolment type
Enrolment description
Fees (2015)
Resource fee (2015)
Workshop
4-5 days
Face to face workshop, lecture & workbook, Award: Certificate of Completion
$1250
$0



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