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New director joins PhillipsKPA

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Anne Baly as a Director of PhillipsKPA. Anne is a valuable addition to our leadership team and she brings to PhillipsKPA her extensive experience in research, higher education and international policy and implementation, strategic planning and advice, and high level leadership in the public and education sectors.

Robin Pollard joins PhillipsKPA as Key Associate

PhillipsKPA welcomes Dr Robin Pollard as a new Key Associate. Robin brings international expertise and academic depth to educational and research organisations in need of support and direction to reach their strategic goals. He has direct experience and an impressive track record in strategic planning, change management and performance improvement at universities in Australia, New Zealand, UK and Malaysia.

PhillipsKPA congratulates Federation Training on successful funding bid

PhillipsKPA congratulates Federation Training on the successful funding of $25 million for a new Federation Training campus at Port of Sale in Gippsland and $35.5 million for the transformation of Federation Training’s Morwell campus. 

Evaluation of the ETMST Program: 2013-2017

The Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching commissioned PhillipsKPA, in collaboration with The University of the Sunshine Coast, to evaluate and support the ETMST Program. Funded for $18.9m over 2013-2017, the Program involved 27 universities working in five project teams and is a key part of the Australian Government's $54m Investing in Science and Maths for a Smarter Future initiative.

Mapping Professional Accreditation in Australian Higher Education

A report by PhillipsKPA on the extent and scope of professional course accreditation practices in Australian higher education.

Enhancing a university’s graduate employment strategy

Universities are under mounting pressure to demonstrate that their degrees will position students well in the labour market. These pressures have led to a rise in focus across universities on the concept of graduate employability and the prevalence of employability strategies.