In addition to our Gold Coast Campus - Level 8, Australia Fair, next Friday we will be supporting students even more with a “Student Information Centre” - Ground Floor – Shop GO97/GO98, Australia Fair (near JB HiFi).
Last Saturday I had the privilege of watching Romeo & Juliet, a production of Technicolour Theatre Company. A theatre training company that calls GeSS Education its home. The talent of these young people was heartwarming.
As 2020 comes to an end my thoughts turn to gratitude for what has ended up being a fantastic year for GeSS Education. While there has been challenges - which most businesses have faced this year, we can be thankful that we not only kept our team but we increased it.
It is hard to believe that it has been 1 year since we officially opened the campus, and it is a bit too close to Xmas to embark on another article of our achievements in the last year. However, I can report that we had the best anniversary present yesterday.
GeSS Education and Griffith University announced a partnership last week that features a broad range of opportunities for students who wish to study in beautiful Queensland, Australia.
Where has the last 6 months gone!!! I am sure every business owner is thinking that and wondering how the next 6 months will fair. For us at GeSS Education, we celebrated our 6 months since our campus opening with a BBQ celebration on our beautiful balcony overlooking the Broadwater and Marina Mirage.
Big congratulations to our student Scerena Thompson for winning Outstanding Sole Operator at the Liverpool Business Awards on Monday 16th. Scerena has been studying her Diploma of Business Online with TOC for the last 18 months while fitting in having a baby, and extending her catering business to opening a cafe. What a wonderful achievement and
Re-entering the workforce after job loss or a long period out of work isn’t easy. You might have been out of the workplace for a long time because you were looking after your family, or maybe you’ve recently lost your job because of redundancy, or COVID-19, and can’t remember the last time you ever had
The graph shows the total number of cases in Queensland as they increase over time, as per the daily case number announcements.