Daljit Rao’s passion for the education industry is an exemplary of her involvement on the Curriculum Advisory Boards at Universities and the private provider level. Mrs Rao is a University lecturer specialising in key Business Management at the Bachelor and Masters Level in Australia.
Daljit Rao, has been working in the education sector for over 15 years in various countries, as a guest lecturer covering SE Asia region to the Sub-continent, Nepal, Middle East, Australia and the Pacific. Her portfolio encompasses dealing with institutions, industry and governments, at an International level; understanding cultural boundaries and broad social customs, recruiting, marketing and career guiding students with their onward education journey. Mrs Rao’s recent appointment as Chairperson for a “Swiss Hotel School” in Nepal, is an example of her contribution to the industry on an international level. She is also a board member of Education Adelaide South Australia, which is a ministerial appointment.
Daljit Rao comes from a strong industry background experienced at Senior Executive levels in Tourism and the Education sector. After 16 years of being at the helm as a General Manager of 4-5 star hotels she was the first female Area General Manager, and her expertise also lies in project management where she was part of the opening team of the brand new $63M hotel suites and opening of the first Convention Centre in Australia in 1988.
In 2013, Daljit established two companies: Visionplanet Australia and PEAR, both relating to the Education sector. Vision planet Australia works in various countries; creating education pathways offering quality advice through strategic academic mapping focused around career outcomes The coaching organisation “PEAR” helps students to prepare for overseas education with a focus in English, study methodology and developing the art of referencing, research and structured writing. An Australian accredited – PIER QEAC, and AEI (Aust Govt) approved, Mrs Rao, is highly respected as an Australian Educator and works closely with key universities and governments globally. “Our goal is to counsel international students for foundation pathways to Vocational, Higher Education – Degree, masters and postgraduate qualifications (PhD)”.
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Gill Harris is committed and passionate in delivering a quality career service, guidance and an exceptional level of support to students and graduates who are looking for valid pathways to successful futures.
As a qualified Career Practitioner Gill established a very successful career education centre at one of Tasmania’s leading independent schools. Gill has been instrumental in assisting senior secondary students into their chosen futures for the past decade. Specialising in preparing students for university
entrance, Gill has created valuable relationships with universities throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Visionplanet Australia’s objective is to deliver sound advice from an academic perspective and with Gill’s guidance, students will be guided to take on the challenges of their individual educational journey.
Gill’s successful practice is based on a lifelong commitment to helping young people achieve their full potential, a unique working knowledge and understanding of all universities around Australia and in New Zealand, personal relationships with all major learning facilities throughout Tasmania and Victoria and outstanding success in securing placements from Year 12 to University both at local and international levels.
Gill takes great personal satisfaction and pride in having the skill and professionalism to match each individual applicant to the learning environment that will give them the best possible academic, social and personal achievement.
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Her work has predominately entailed supporting children in the social welfare industry. Bindi is also an active member of the community, being a representative on a school board and active in community charity events.
Bindi’s experience has encompassed working collaboratively with professionals in the educational system as well as in the community sector, coordinating these key stakeholders to devise service structures that acknowledge a student’s circumstance and goals and aim to support and enhance the student’s ability to achieve. On a personal note her husband was a international student 12 years ago and she understands the formalities that is required for this journey.
As a representative for Vision Planet, Bindi brings a wealth of experience in advocating for students rights, devising and implementing achievable plans and in supporting students to adjust to cultural environments.