Do you have new employees unfamiliar with co-operative and mutual structures and their purpose? Or do you have directors and executives looking to deepen their knowledge of the sector? This is a 2-hour online program designed to provide a general introduction to the co-ops and mutual industry in Australia and globally.
This course is suitable for anyone new to co-operatives and mutuals and those looking for a refresher and information on the live sector. It can be tailored to your existing induction training program, or your employees can take one of our online classes throughout the year.
It is facilitated by well-known co-operative development expert Antony McMullen and includes live interaction and two guest speakers.
The key objective is to educate and inspire people working in the sector to understand more about the unique role and contribution of co-operatives and mutuals to help them in their role in their CME, whether frontline staff, management or directors. It will help build a meaningful connection between the employee and the wider CME sector, as well as strengthen the relationship with their individual employer.
This is achieved through a deeper understanding of the fundamental principles which underpin CMEs as businesses that put purpose, people, and communities at the heart of the enterprise.
It is delivered in a live, interactive webinar structure with a unique live Q&A with two sector leaders. Knowledge is delivered in a fun and accessible format.
By undertaking the course, your employees will learn:
Upon completing the course, attendees will be able to demonstrate their understanding of:
Length: 2 hours
Delivery mode: Online
Professional development: 2 CPD points are awarded
Paul Saeki is the current Chief Executive Officer for the Northern Australia Aboriginal Kakadu Plum Alliance Co-operative Limited. He has previously worked for the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation and within the Higher Education international and research sectors. He has an Honours in Archaeology, Masters in Project Management, Graduate Diploma in Business Law and has recently completed a Diploma of Food Science and Technology and a Certificate in Cosmetic Chemistry.
Tarnya Fraser is the current Deputy Chair and manager of special projects for the Quairading Farmers Co-operative. She previously worked in banking and finance. Tarnya has a Bachelor of Science (Agriculture), Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters in Business Administration, all from the University of WA. Tarnya has a passion for keeping rural communities thriving and sees co-ops as integral to this. She is also a Grower Advisory Council member for CBH – in this role, she represents fellow grain growers. “As we all know, some things are too important to run simply for profit – rural communities and grain logistics are certainly two of them.”
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