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ETEA Changing lives across the Globe!


ETEA currently delivers accredited units of study in more than 500 specific areas that are aligned with the visionary goals of organisations and Departments in the UAE and Saudi Arabia that may be interested in up-skilling their workforce.

Education Training & Employment Australia (ETEA) is expanding into the Middle East. By fostering transnational education, GCC (Gulf Co-Operation Council) organisations play a role in improving competence to international educational benchmarks. 

As both countries continue to diversify their economies, there is an increased emphasis on developing a skilled workforce. An improvement in skills in turn, has a flow on effect on overall staff welfare and cultivates a growth-oriented mindset while promoting innovation and life-long learning. A strategic focus on up-skilling is critical to achieving national visions namely, UAE Vision 2031 and Saudi Vision 2030, which prioritize human capital development.

These programs provide the necessary training to empower employees to contribute effectively to their industries. The educational institution offers a wide range of courses tailored to meet the demands of various industries, namely, nursing support, mental health, well-being, business, leadership and community services. These programs are designed to provide practical skills and industry-relevant knowledge, ensuring employees are well-prepared to contribute and value add to their respective industries while employing holistic skills to enhance their overall well-being.

ETEA’s programs are accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), ensuring that the qualifications carry international recognition and are always current. This global recognition is critical for the Middle Eastern workforce to provide credibility and flexibility in the global job market. Moreover, the local adaptation of programs ensures that they are relevant to specific needs and challenges of the region.

As ETEA continues to expand its presence in the Middle East, the organisation remains committed to delivering exceptional value through its vocational training programs. The institution’s focus on practical, industry-relevant education will be crucial to support GCC governments’ ambitious economic diversification and human capital development goals.

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