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Bernie Goldie
29/01/2013

Gold standard in continuing education

Remaining up-to-date and maintaining credibility are the key drivers for Faculty of Education academic Associate Professor Narottam Bhindi.

Professor Bhindi recently obtained his Graduate Certificate in Business Coaching from the Sydney Business School in December.

“Currency of knowledge and robust research informed practice are critical features of being an effective academic,” Professor Bhindi said.

“The program I completed is demanding, invigorating, and led by highly credible staff. It emphasises positive talent management and development.”

Professor Bhindi is heavily involved in postgraduate and outreach leadership mentoring and executive development of senior educational leaders and outreach programs for senior education leaders

He also has a successful track record in managing a special Aboriginal Teachers Mentoring program.

Dean of the Faculty of Education, Professor Paul Chandler, congratulated Professor Bhindi for his commitment to academic excellence, saying it demonstrated a “gold standard in continuous learning and development”.

“Together with the Professional and Organisational Development Services (PODS), the faculty is delighted to have facilitated his academic development which he undertook in his own time.”

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  • Executive Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Mr John Steele (left) with Associate Professor Narottam Bhindi