2017 Executive development calendar

Full list of courses by date is available.

Professional courses

September

1112
Sep
2017

National Security College | Short course

The CVE-CT Spectrum

This course focuses on how Australia can most effectively protect itself from terrorism and violent extremism in ways consistent with its democratic system and community values.

A fee of $2110 (plus GST) applies to this course for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $2,550 (GST exclusive).

September

1920
Sep
2017

National Security College | Short course

Women and National Security: The Essentials

International research has revealed that the security and equality of women is a vital factor in the security performance of the state.

A fee of $2110 (plus GST) applies to this course for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $2,550 (GST exclusive).

September

2121
Sep
2017

National Security College | Short course

Antarctica

With growing interest from existing and potential claimants, the leadership role Australia has held in Antarctic affairs cannot be taken for granted.

A fee of $1230 (plus GST) applies to this course for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $1450 (GST exclusive).

September

2323
Sep
2017

National Security College | Short course

Malicious Networks

Malicious Networks examines how globalisation and the communications revolution have empowered transnational networks of terrorists and criminals in their capacity to threaten national security.

$1,208 (plus GST)

October

1011
Oct
2017

National Security College | Short course

Cyber Challenges for the National Security Community

Cyberspace as the fifth domain of human activity presents a number of challenges for the government and the private sector.

A fee of $2110 (plus GST) applies to this course for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $2,550 (GST exclusive).

October

1213
Oct
2017

National Security College | Short course

Information Wars

A host of actors across the landscape of global technology are increasingly using information as a weapon. Take a more coordinated, strategic planning approach to the protection of information, the implications for Australia’s national security and the wider region.

A fee of $2110 (plus GST) applies to this course for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $2,550 (GST exclusive).

October

1414
Oct
2017

National Security College | Short course

Malicious Networks

Malicious Networks examines how globalisation and the communications revolution have empowered transnational networks of terrorists and criminals in their capacity to threaten national security.

$1,208 (plus GST)

Executive programs

October

1620
Oct
2017

National Security College | Short course

Introduction to Australia’s National Security Challenges and Policy Making

This highly interactive one-week program introduces you to the responsibilities and operation of the national security community and provides a grounding in the wide range of security challenges facing Australia.

The fee for this program is $3,200 (GST exclusive) for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $3,900 (GST exclusive). Please contact us for information about becoming an NSC Partner organisation.

October

3025
Oct
2017

National Security College | Short course

Leading in Complexity: National Security Senior Executive Development Program

The National Security College’s premium program provides exceptional depth of insight across the full spectrum of Australia’s national security challenges and opportunities.

The fee for this program is $27,000 (GST exclusive) for Commonwealth participating agencies and NSC Partners. The open rate is $32,000 (GST exclusive). Additional places may be considered on a fee-for-service basis.

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