Professional Programs

Professional Programs

professional programs

Our Value Proposition: A Learning Partnership

SCRIPT houses Murdoch’s Executive Education Centre (EEC) which has been delivering executive and professional programs in Australia since 2010. The Centre brings together a wealth of experience through its research, industry engagement, management, staff, access to academics and industry facilitators.

EEC has substantial collective experience working with a large range of organisations to develop, manage and deliver professional development programs to mid and senior level managers across Australasia.

In the six years of EEC’s operations, these programs have been attended by hundreds of executives and managers, mostly from Perth in Australia, but also from across Australia, and overseas.

With the main dynamic of these programs involving the sharing of knowledge and reflection on experience and practice as a suite, they have come to represent a repository of the knowledge and experience of all the participants that have attended them. When organisations engage with this knowledge repository and this capability, they enter into a partnership for learning.

Our programs have been delivered in face-to-face mode and will soon start to be delivered in flipped classroom format using cutting edge technology with online delivery and intensive face-to-face workshops to suit today’s busy executives who are aiming to achieve a work-life balance and work towards progressing their careers.

Some of the short duration programs delivered to date include:

  • SME Technovation and Productivity Program (STEP)
    International Business
  • Conscious Leadership
  • Conflict Management
  • Plan-Prepare-Prosper
  • Planning for Profit
  • Next Crop Leadership Program
  • Stepping up to the ‘T’

and many others.

In addition to short programs, EEC delivers the following university accredited postgraduate award programs from its Australian node:

Executive Masters in Leadership, Strategy and Innovation (EMLSI)

This program can be completed in one year. Alternatively, individual modules can be completed to earn credit points that can go towards completing the full Masters.

Murdoch University’s Executive Masters in Leadership, Strategy and Innovation (EM-LSI) is Murdoch’s first Executive Master’s program designed to meet the demands of busy managers without compromising the fundamentals of high quality and activity based learning.

This intensive 12-month offering is tailored for aspiring leaders with a minimum of three years of supervisory experience from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors across the Asia Pacific. The program fuses practical real-world industry-driven demands with strong theoretical fundamentals. It also integrates the thematic areas of Leadership, Strategy and Innovation with the core disciplines of economics, finance, marketing and management so you can learn how to:

  • Assimilate vast amounts of management and business data;
  • Turn that data into coherent strategies and decision making;
  • Disseminate your analysis to different audiences;
    and much more.

For more information about the programme, please click here.

For organisations that may be interested in a customised version of this Executive Master’s program, please contact us for a further conversation.

Graduate Certificate in Business (specialisation customised)

This program is highly customised for businesses that sign up to undertake it. It is developed in close consultation with the businesses, particularly their senior management, and training and development staff.

We understand the vital role continuing education plays in advancing leadership and management skills, improving organisational performance, and building effective and sustainable enterprise within organisations, and the need to develop bespoke content. Working with EEC, organisations can make world class expertise an integral part of their business – developing effective leaders to drive future strategy; building strong organisational cultures; realising outcomes that meet organisational needs; making a measurable difference to organisational performance; and developing transferable management skills.

For more information on our “Food Security and Sustainable Development” programme, please click here.