Promoting stronger education, skills and training partnerships between Australia and Indonesia

About Skills Futures

The way we learn and work is changing, and Indonesia’s booming young generation wants to be at the forefront of this change. Increasing productivity and participating in a new age of industry transformation will require people with the right skills.

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Monash University’s Professor Abid Khan talks opportunities in Indonesia

There’s a large and growing demand for education and training in Indonesia – so much so that on 10 February 2020, President Read more

Cybersecurity competencies for MSMEs initiative launched by the Australia-Indonesia Centre

The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) will deliver a program titled “Cybersecurity competencies for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)” after receiving a grant from the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

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Hacking Trade Growth: Leveraging the talent of young people to amplify Australia-Indonesia trade

As both countries are set to capture the opportunities presented by the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, this AIC Backgrounder explores how Read more

financial inclusion of women

Indonesian financial regulators ready to promote financial inclusion of women

Twenty-five leaders from Indonesia’s financial regulatory bodies have completed the Australia Awards Indonesia short course on promoting financial inclusion for women, delivered Read more

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Quality assurance in higher education in Australia and Indonesia

Understanding qualifications frameworks is important for mobility of graduates and workers, both inbound and outbound, and to encourage diversity rather than homogeneity of qualifications.

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Corporate recruitment in Indonesia: what employers think

Based on a series of in-depth interviews with corporate employers conducted by the AIC and the Monash Indonesia Representative Office, this Backgrounder Read more