Executive training courses

Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy's Executive Education program

We deliver a range of executive education short courses as both a calendar of publicly available scheduled courses, and as tailored courses for client organisations.

Courses are designed for practitioners and poliicymakers in the field of diplomacy in government and non-government sectors, and provide professional development training to enhance your global contextual understanding of the Asia-Pacific region, and to hone your diplomatic tradecraft.

For more information visit the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy's website.

Crawford School of Public Policy Executive Education

Crawford School's Executive Education courses will provide you with skills, knowledge and expertise in public policy across foundational and cutting-edge learning areas including policy processes, economics for policy, and managing data and statistics for policy and public programs.

Participating in our executive education programs, you'll have access to world-leading experts drawn from the public service and academia as well as learning alongside others in your policy area. Courses provide a focused and interactive learning experience to ensure participants complete their chosen course with experience, understanding and confidence - and a new set of professional networks.

For organisational development, we also offer a range of courses that can be tailored to suit your departmental learning and development needs and can offer pathways to our graduate degree programs. Organisational programs are delivered nationally in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, and upon request in all other areas.

For more information on current courses visit the Crawford School website.

To discuss your organisational learning an development needs, please email us on crawford.professional@anu.edu.au.

National Security College's Executive Development program

The program aims to enhance the analytical abilities of national security professionals and improve their ability to operate in a collaborative manner. This activity will:

  • promoting a greater shared awareness among national security agencies of Australia's national security, architecture, challenges (threats and opportunities), strategy planning, leadership and risk
  • providing courses that meet the changing needs of national security agencies and that involve presenters from across the national security community
  • demonstrating strong partnerships between the College and government agencies.

For more information visit the National Security College website.