CINEC Campus Partners with Chisholm Institute Melbourne to Provide Vocational Education and Training in Sri Lanka with Australian Qualification

CINEC Campus has signed a 5 year transnational education partnership with the Australian based college Chisholm Institute and alankaEdD in Sri Lanka. CINEC Campus and Chisholm Institute will initially deliver a range of courses in partnership, including Information Technology, Engineering, Electrotechnology,  Electronics and Communications and Automotive. Further opportunities will be available to  expand the range of courses over time, based on local industry demand. The partnership will support the development of CINEC’s teaching staff, to ensure consistent high quality training and resources, and ensure job ready graduates with the skills required to support the local economy in Sri Lanka.

The agreement was signed virtually  by Mr. Stephen Varty, Chisholm CEO, in Melbourne,  Captain Ajith Peiris, Chairaman/ President CINEC Campus, in Malabe, Sri Lanka and Mr Bhanuka Wanasinghe, Managing Director alankaEd.  Chisholm will commence the project in July 2020, by delivering the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment to a number of CINEC’s teaching staff.

CINEC Campus has established transnational partnerships with a number of International Education Institutions globally, however this is the first TAFE provider they have partnered with.

 “CINEC’s record of enduring partnerships with a number of International Universities, provides us with exceptional confidence that this will be a partnership of mutual respect and learning,” stated Mr Varty. “We are excited to partner with such a highly regarded and internationally respected organisation and to celebrate our partnership with CINEC Campus. This partnership marks the beginning of Chisholm’s presence in Sri Lanka,” stated Mr Varty.

Captain Peiris was equally enthusiastic. “We are confident this partnership will be a success reaching desired goals.  We’ve worked very hard to offer our students quality courses that meet international standards. Expanding into vocational qualifications through this partnership is excellent!” he added.

The guidance and the support from The Australian High Commission in Sri Lanka in this venture is highly appreciated.

“We are looking forward to combining the skills and expertise of both institutions to contribute so positively to the Sri Lankan community and address vocational skill needs of Sri Lanka. We’re eager to get the program underway and support the next generation of Sri Lankan graduates,” said Mr Wanasinghe

The agreement will form the basis for what promises to be a long lasting and fruitful relationship between the two educational institutions and alankaEd.