Existing Government Panels

The Institute of Management successfully collaborates with clients across a broad range of sectors and industries. This is evidenced by our impressive list of Australian federal, state and local government panel accreditations which include:

Federal Government

  1. Australian Public Service Commission Panel
  2. Attorney-General's Department, Australian Emergency Management Institute - Education, Research and Training Panel. Provision of education design and development, and education facilitation and assessment services.
  3. Department of the Environment - Project Management Training Panel.
  4. Department of Industry - Management and leadership; business acumen; capability development; coaching; SES development; consultancy and advice; on-line courses; programs for AusIndustry Division.
  5. Department of Immigration and Border Protection - Provision of learning and change services to selected Commonwealth agencies under a panel arrangement:
  1. Department of Education - Provision of learning and development; executive coaching services.
  2. Department of Defence - Leadership, soft skills and project management training.
  3. Department of Parliamentary Services - Training Panel.

State Government

  1. NSW Department of Education and Communities - Approved Providers List for NSW Strategic Skills Programme and NSW Apprenticeship & Traineeship Training Programme.
  2. NT Department of Corporate and Information Services - Leadership; 360 degree feedback; recruitment and selection; performance management; conflict management; procurement and contract management; change management; team development; project planning and management; risk management; training for indigenous staff new to the workforce; customer service; emotional intelligence.
  3. Ergon Energy (QLD) - Panel for Provision of Training Services across Queensland. Provision of all project management certificate and diploma courses, soft skills, software training.
  4. QLD Department of Education, Training and Employment - Brisbane North Institute of TAFE. Deliver AQTF accredited project management courses (Cert IV to Advanced Diploma).
  5. WA Department of Training and Workforce Development - Panel for Provision of a Consultant Register for International Projects.
  6. WA Department of Finance - Coping with change; developing a business case; stress management; project management courses.
  7. Polytechnic West - Provision of specialist training consultancy and training delivery services: project management, contract management and scheduling.

Local Government

  1. City of Port Philip - Panel of Training Providers
  2. Port Stephens Council - Panel for Business Excellence/Continuous Improvement.

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David Thorpe iiNet Australia

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Stephen Davies Group Manager, Construction Services Group, NSW

"Your course made me realise how irrelevant what I was learning through my university course actually was to my job. Due to this, I will be seeking to complete the remainder of the modules in this diploma through blueVisions."

Damien Bleeker Project Coordinator, Liverpool City Council, NSW

"Thank you for a wonderful course....This has been by far the best development course I've ever been a part of."

David Darcy LSPSPO - Defence Materiel Organisation

"Thanks to you for your diligence and patience with assessing my assignments. I also want to pass on my appreciation for the time you took to speak to me when I had some further questions about some of the tasks. You always responded rapidly and clearly."

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List of Clients

  • Ausgrid
  • City of Sydney
  • Department of Defence
  • Transfield Services
  • NSW Government
    Transport Roads & Maritime Services
  • Nutricia
  • Penrith City Council
  • Danone
  • Willoughby City Council
  • Wyong Shire Council

Case Studies

ANSTO is delivering the Australian Nuclear Medicine (ANM) program which includes two projects, a Molybdenum 99 isotope production facility and a first of a kind Synroc Waste treatment plant to process the waste into a stable form for long term storage. This program will provide 25% of the world’s supply of this crucial nuclear medicine.
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NSW Health through its major Projects Office was seeking a strategic solution to the critical problem of consistently late project delivery and inconsistency in the scheduling of its capital works projects. The focus was the pre-construction phase which accounts for 63% of typical project time and the cause of most project slippage.
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Construction of the Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant began in June 2003 and the plant was commissioned in the first quarter 2006 when LNG sales commenced. A 502 kilometre subsea pipeline connects the Bayu-Undan offshore facility to the Darwin LNG plant in Darwin.
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Georgiou is building Woodside’s Greenfield LNG processing site which involves 4 areas: Effluent treatment Plant; Site B East; Road 10; and Road 5. The scope of works include construction of reinforced foundations (insitu & precast), reinforced concrete basins & sumps, underground cabling, piping, drainage, and detailed earthworks. The construction is employing some 1,500 people.
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The Caringbah and Avalon project involved the development of around 0.85 hectares of prime land fronting a major road in the Sutherland Shire as a medium density residential development delivering 40 dwelling units for Defence Housing Australia. The Client, Thornbrook Properties P/L engaged blueVisions to assist in the land acquisition, development management, and project management of the design, approvals and construction stages.
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