Decades of Achievement

Year 2016 & 2017 & Onward

  • Prepare to apply the TEQSA registration 2018

  • Registration: the ASQA Renewal registration and scope expansion.

  • Prospective Growth: a new transformation with effective outcomes, aim to increase competitive capabilities, competencies, skills and resources to ensure that the company will have greater sustainability. This would also lead to a monopoly and the economies of scale would have a significant effect, this includes cost controls, increased differentiation in productivities, increased market power (bigger market share) and reduced competition.

  • Master of Entrepreneurship: Continue to equip graduates with personal attributes for greater competitive advantage, to continue to support the GHC needs, to achieve the mission employability, to tailor for special industrial needs, bridge gap training for corporations; increasing effectiveness and efficiency performance; upgrading skill and knowledge competency, support for industrial demands, stakeholder needs and sustain for RBIT/RBIC future success.

Year 2014 & 2015

  • Prepare registration: the ASQA Renewal registration and scope expansion.

  • Integrated Innovative pedagogy: Blended learning methodology via Action learning approach to underpin Work-based practice training. The integrated mode of delivery will be on-campus with an option for on-the-job assessment to assist students to learn skills and knowledge and apply this directly to the work environment. RBIT/RBIC will also export this new mode globally and will continue to build RBIT/RBIC-STCs around the world and network GHC to boost global economic growth.

  • New Courses: enhance Certificate, Diploma, Advance Diploma to Degree Courses, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma to Master Degree and Doctoral Degree

  • Transformation period Expansion and Development: aim for a joint venture with Harvard Dental School and Majella Group to combine Training Education and construction together, to build an Enterprise Incubation Hub, Training Facilities and Student Accommodations

  • Pre-qualified Supper Status and Deliver the Queensland VET Investment Plan C3 Guarantee and Higher Qualification

Year 2012 & 2013

  • Renewal-registration: CRICOS audit approved from 2013-2017 Since Australia’s VET reform and shifts in the teaching paradigm, RBIT/RBIC has combined the Future Development for RBIT/RBIC-STC go global objectives –

  • The RPL and flexible eLearning system to support industrial enquiries, the STEP learning with on-campus and on-the-job flexible learning, RPL and Gap training to support corporate and industrial demands; continued support for Queensland state and the high Australian dollar’s economic impact

  • Economic impact study: Building a strong symbiotic relationship with industry; to identify industry demands and create a holistic solution to bridge gap training needs. Government loan scheme to assist during the economic recession, to help domestic logistic VET training market

  • Building a GHC Bank able to support Industry: focus on employability training and personal attribute training for GHC, to support the international business needs and creative training to support the industry demands and Queensland VET export;

  • Registration amendment: ASQA advised the programs of VGC and VGD to change to GC and GD. RBIT/RBIC is famous for its tailored creative corporate training and specialises in integrated innovation projects. The CEO and Board of Directors continue to lead the team to innovate learning programs that meet industrial demands.

Year 2011

  • Re-registration: On 07 July 2011 granted approval for the extension to the scope of registration; Registered Training Packages included BSB07, CHC08, FNS04, FDF03, SIR07, THT02, SIT07, TAE10 andTL107

  • Articulation: Developing global articulation partnership with California State University, GU and CQU articulation update;

  • Association: RBIT/RBIC VIP Project collaborates with Brisbane City Council, Queensland Trade Department and Police Department with China, Korea and Russia Consulate together to train the 120 APCS Ambassadors from 17 different Countries to uphold APCS 2011 Success. Integrated Training and Management System – Implement JobReady Management complied with AVETMISS standard; to record administrative management system integrates with academic e~ learning and assessing management also comply with Regulatory;

  • Building the RPL and ePortfolio eLearning, the flexible learning system, to support the O2 Model online - on-campus quality flexible learning for industrial demand; with e~ assessment with effective assessment for future training needs, monitoring the quality learning progress; archive the learning reports and records in a effectiveness way; to support the Queensland flood recovering;

  • e-Marketing: Develop the Face book, YouTube and update the website to advocate Ethic Marketing to increase sustainability for greater competitive advantage; CEO participates the Premier Trade Mission to Latin America, Canada and the United State of America; global network with Brazil Institute for the RBIT/RBIC-STC Brazil Project.

Year 2010

  • Re-registration: Moved RBIT/RBIC campus from South Bank, South Brisbane to Brisbane CBD location to continue its operation; CEO and Board of Directors complied with the ESOS Act, National Code of Practice for Registration and Queensland State Register, the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS); the requirements of the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act to re-register organisation, update the AQF 2010 Quality VET training and aims to continue to endeavour for success into the future. On 27 Jul 2010 granted approval for the renew registration; in addition, have the approval of an extension to the scope of registration, it included the nine registered training package qualifications from National training Information Service (NTIS).

  • Articulation: Developing global articulation partnership with California State University, UK and Holland University; update the articulation arrangement and Doctoral foundation program with Central Queensland University.

  • Association: Participated in the Premier Trade Mission to the Latin America and North America; setting up the RBIT/RBIC-STC (Brazil), Developing the RBIT/RBIC Logistic Training Centre in Brisbane airport region for RBIT/RBIC Logistic LSA project, continue develop with IPA Logistic Project and Malaysia KL Logistic Project; developing the Age care Training Centre in Philippines and Logan region Queensland; Developing the holistic solution for Mundo Churrasco hospitality project. Develop the customise global flexible study project with CQU in NSW and VIC.

Year 2009

  • Re-registration: Successfully completed the DEEWA, CRICOS and DIMIA audit;

  • Articulation: more articulation arrangements, partner with Charles University;

  • Association: Logistics Australia Association (LAA) membership; signed JV Agreement with Kyungmin College University for RBIT/RBIC-STC (Seoul) project; signed MOU with IPA at APEC 2009 for Logistics Management Training; signed MOU with Tianjin Traditional Medicine University on Aged Care courses; signed MOU with Asia International Open University on management courses; signed MoU with Taiwan Tourism and Leisure Association, set up RBIT/RBIC-STC (Taiwan) for tourism and hospitality and to promote eco-tourism;

  • Award: An RBIT/RBIC student graduate receives the Brisbane Student Ambassador’s Award by Brisbane Marketing - Brisbane City Council - Lord Mayor of Brisbane city; Brisbane Lord Mayor Hon. Campbell Newman also pointed RBIT/RBIC Hon. Advisor Dr M. J. Michael Hong become the Honorary Ambassador of Brisbane City;

Year 2008

  • Re-registration: the DEEWA, CRICOS and DIMIA audit;

  • Association: Signed MoU at Parliament House with signed agreement with Australian Meat Holding Company to deliver employment with EEP language training to its overseas employees; signed agreement with Slovakian partners to deliver postgraduate courses in business and project management; signed sister Institute Agreement with Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST); DEEWR National Audit;

  • Award: A member of Aged Care Queensland Incorporated and Australia Institute for Care and development. Won Queensland China Trade Ambassador 2008 title from Queensland State Government – Awarded by Premier Hon. Anna Bligh.

Year 2007

  • Registration: registered the Logistic management program from CII, III, IV, Diploma and AD Dip. VGC and VGD;

  • Articulation: updated and new articulation arrangement at post-graduation level with CQU, USQ, UC, Uni. SA, Curtin Uni. Development partnership with Utah University;

  • Association: Supporter of Premier’s Queensland Export Award 2007; Signed Sister institute agreement with Kyungmin College University in Seoul, Korea, blessed by Premier Hon. Peter Beattie on the Premier’s trade mission 2007; signed sister Institute Agreement with Tianjin Normal University China; Strengthen relationship with Luangwa University of Science and Technology.

Year 2006

  • Articulation: Expanded partnership with Uni. SA, Curtin University and ATU, University of Utah, UD, UCA in America and IUM in Europe;

  • Association: Signed MOU with Tsinghua University, Shenzhen Campus; Signed MoU with Nayan Institute of Technology continue education division for VEC management programs delivery in Shin Zu Taiwan.

Year 2005

  • Registration: Registered Royal Brisbane Institute of Technology (RBIT/RBIC) to develop future corporate growth needs;

  • Accreditation: developed Vocational Graduate Certificate (VEC) and Vocational Graduate Diploma (VGD) in Business, Tourism and Project management;

  • Articulation: Expanded partnership with La Trobe University, Australian Catholic University, more the articulation arrangement with Griffith University;

  • Association: Australia Institute of Management (AIM) membership, Created in-house management training program for Yulon Motor Car Group – Visionary Management Academic, Taiwan; Franchise to the Solo group Taipei, Shin Zu and Gung-Don region.