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BRIEFING SESSION

Business Mission to Australia (21 April – 6 May 2009)

WHY AUSTRALIA?
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A market gap in early childhood education Opportunity to market international level qualifications from Australia to Vietnam and Singapore Opportunity to capitalise on the demand for higher education and training in Australia Importance of building strong partnerships with respected educational institutions in Australia to provide educational opportunities and enhance reputation of KinderWorld Group due to the popularity and proximity of Australia

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CONTENTS 1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia 2. Establishment of Registered Training Organisation 3. Discussion with Australian universities 4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia 5. Study Tour 6. Initiatives to promote South Australia to Vietnamese students 7. Consultants / Advisors for the company in Australia 8. Other meetings / visits

1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia

Greater Springfield development area, Queensland

1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia
27 April 2009 Heads of Agreement June 2009 Official Agreement July 2009 Design finalization Construction and Fitting out Principal appointment 1 February 2010 Operation

1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia

Business activities incorporated at Springfield centre:
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Early education centre Indoor playground and Coffee shop Registered Training Organisation (RTO) training rooms

Design to be inserted

1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia

Opportunities with Delfin:  Delfin, also known as Delfin Lend Lease, is part of the Lend Lease Group, Australia’s largest and most experienced property group. www.delfinlendlease.com.au

Delfin holds the strongest consumer-oriented brand for an Australian residential community developer. Delfin is Australia’s largest master-planned community developer. Projects dominate the market across 8 key population centres. Projects will provide housing choices for more than

1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia

1. KinderWorld International Education Centre in Australia

2. Establishment of Registered Training Organisation PIU Vietnam

RTO Australi a
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Consultant: Chalkport RTO application submitted for courses in Business/Management, Early Childhood and English Language Expected time for RTO establishment: end of June 2009 Next step: register for CRISCOS

2. Establishment of Registered Training Organisation

http://www.chalkport.com/pegqms/menu.php

3. Discussion with Australian universities – Student Attachment

Griffith University: 12 students attended the briefing session regarding placement in Vietnam
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Flinders University: Under consideration Central Queensland University: Under consideration

3. Discussion with Australian universities – Collaboration

Flinders University •Flinders University does recognize GAC. International office of Flinders University will follow up with students admission into Flinders Univeristy. •Regarding the Pegasus International University project, there is possibility to collaborate to conduct the 1+2 or 2+1 model. •In the area of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Flinders University has strong link with TAFE with joint product with Regency.

3. Discussion with Australian universities – Collaboration

University of South Australia •Accreditation with TAFE for students who take the hospitality or ICT program. Students finishing diploma will be placed at Year 2 or Year 3 of degree programme. •If the diploma granted to students from other RTO, not TAFE, the programme must be comply with AQF to be recognized by the University of South Australia. Other wise, the programme must be assessed by the university. •Articulation of early childhood programme: Dr. Noel to send the Early Childhood articulation framework to Paul Saeki. •To proceed working on the academic agreement

4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia

From 1 July: split into 3 RTOs

TAFE SA Adelaide North

TAFE SA Adelaide South

TAFE SA Regional

4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia

TAFE SA Adelaide North – Regency Campus

Auspicing contract to be completed and expanded to include other areas. 6 options for delivery, progressive handover to Pegasus. Beginning with option 1, 100% Regency. To progress options, Vietnam staff need to have TAA and Adv Diploma in industry. Timeline Produce documents by Mid May Finalise document and client database by end of May

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4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia

TAFE SA Adelaide North – Port Adelaide Campus •The strength of TAFE SA Adelaide Port Campus is health care, nursing programmes. •Both sites can develop twining qualification programme up to diploma level. Bridging programme may be needed for students.

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4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia

TAFE SA Adelaide North – Port Adelaide Campus •Students with diploma degree at TAFE SA can get 12 month transfer to degree programme. •For students coming from countries like China, India, their qualifications from their countries cannot be recognized. But if the students have certain type of skills, those skills can be monitored and assessed. •Agreement can be made for the English language under the RTO of TAFE SA, there is no need to develop another Agreement

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4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia

TAFE SA Adelaide South –Adelaide City Campus

The curriculum of the English Language Centre with no charges. KinderWorld can send the proposal letter to the Quality Board for approval of running the program, printing cost for the curriculum is about $10. The collaboration with TAFE SA Adelaide South can be inserted into the Auspicious Agreement that KinderWorld has had with TAFE SA Regency. As until 1 July 2009, they are both still one RTO. In terms of RPL model, English Language Centre usually has a placement test for students to place them into suitable class, and issues the qualifications for the lower levels if students wish to obtain.

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4. Collaborations with TAFE South Australia

Articulation pathways from TAFE into universities in SA

Agreement reached for Department of Further Education, Employment, Science & Technology (DFEEST) to send KinderWorld articulation pathways from TAFE courses to SA Universities. Enthusiasm for DFEEST to sponsor an essay competition across Vietnam. KinderWorld will organize and host.

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5. Study Tour

St. Aloysius College

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5. Study Tour

St. Aloysius College

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5. Study Tour

St. Aloysius College

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5. Study Tour

St. Aloysius College

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5. Study Tour

English Language Centre - St. Aloysius College

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5. Study Tour

English Language Centre - St. Aloysius College

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5. Study Tour

Adelaide High School

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6. Initiatives to promote South Australia to Vietnamese students

Joint organizer with SA for an English debate competition for Vietnamese students to promote SA English writing competition, in collaboration with Department of Further Education, Employment, Science & Technology Possibilities of hosting an Education conference in HN or HCMC in Jan 2010 in collaboration with Education Department, SA

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7. Consultants / Advisors for the company in Australia
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Ms. Paula Nagel – Department of the Premier and Cabinet: to act as lobbyist for KinderWorld in South Australia Mr. Stuart Sellers - Adelaide High School: to act on our behalf to recruit teachers and liaise with universities regarding practicum placements Prof John Rickard – Vice Chancellor, Central Queensland University: to act as our advisor for PIU project Mr. Guy Maron: master planner for PIU project

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8. Other meetings / visits
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Discussion with Department of Education – SA about possibilities to establish a school in South Australia to Hills International College, Queensland – partner of Hanoi Academy School to Brisbane Girls Grammar School, Queensland to Wood Crest College, Queensland

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