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Non-Operational Training

Defence Business Training Centre

The Defence Business Training Centre operates within the Defence Learning Services Network as a registered training organisation and provides nationally accredited training and assessment services to Defence. Current training programs include leadership and development, administration, management and technical and specialist courses.

The table below classifies non-operational training provided to Defence staff, according to total student days and numbers of students.

Table 3.24 Non-Operational Training
Type of Training Total Student Days Number of Students
Leadership and Development (1)
Capstone Senior Leadership Program 246 41
Australian Defence College 320,400 1,764
Parliamentary Awareness Training 72 72
Career Development Assessment Centres 51 17
Australia and New Zealand School of Government Executive Masters in Public Administration 334 11
Working in the Senate 273 1
Chief of the Defence Force Scholarship 181 1
Secretary of Defence Scholarship 181 1
Senior Women in Management 306 2
Group Leadership Programs:
Chief Information Officer Group 10 6
Corporate Services and Infrastructure Group 170 65
Defence Materiel Organisation 4,168 132
Defence Science and Technology Organisation 912 48
Intelligence and Security Group 254 82
Air Force 921 142
Administration and Management (2)
Capability Development Group 419 356
Chief Finance Officer Group 374 435
Chief Information Officer Group 861 175
Corporate Services and Infrastructure Group 5,235 4,482
Chief of Staff Australian Defence Headquarters/Head Coordination and Public Affairs Division 60 15
Defence Personnel Executive (including Equity Advisor and Occupational Health and Safety workshops) 3,957 8,770
Defence Business Training Centre (including Finance and Financial Systems training) 22,279 11,892
Defence Flexible Learning Solutions (e-Learning) - Mandatory training (3) 7,863 26,210
Defence Flexible Learning Solutions - other administration and management training (4) 9,177 21,897
Defence Science and Technology Organisation 3,852 636
Inspector-General (including fraud and ethics workshops) 2,370 14,102
Intelligence and Security Group 254 82
Vice Chief of the Defence Force Group 464 112
Public Sector Management Program 70 63
Chief of Staff Australian Defence Headquarters /Head Coordination and Public Affairs Division Results Through People Training 1,656 552
Technical & Specialist (2)
Chief Finance Officer Group 26 8
Chief Information Officer Group 2,136 544
Corporate Services and Infrastructure Group 1,253 1,727
Chief of Staff Australian Defence Headquarters /Head Coordination and Public Affairs Division 312 264
Defence Flexible Learning Solutions (5) 2,695 4,021
Defence Materiel Organisation 10,657 3,331
Defence Science and Technology Organisation 465 342
Intelligence and Security Group 9,853 11,219
Project Management Methodology training 382 198
Strategy Group 390 189
Vice Chief of the Defence Force Group 147 22
Total 414,765 113,887

Notes

  1. The data represents courses run over calendar years and by individual modules. All students do not complete all modules nor were these modules completed in the same timeframes.
  2. Courses in this section include online courses that are completed in part-days not whole days.
  3. Mandatory training includes equity and diversity, fraud and ethics and occupational health and safety.
  4. In addition to the completed courses, there are 14,427 members enrolled in these courses who may not complete the entire course.
  5. In addition to the completed courses, there are 9,720 members enrolled in these courses who may not complete the entire course.
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