Denise Archie (HFTGN) CEO of Coaching College, Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist, Author, Educator, Coach and Speaker who has been ‘playing in RTO land’ running RTOs and working in the VET landscape for over 35 years. Denise is a leading expert as a ‘Workplace Culture and Behaviour Game Changer’. She brings to every facilitated workshop and coaching session, high energy, diversity with a left field approach to the ‘self-discovery’ learning space.
Denise is recognised as one of Australia’s pioneers in online learning having set up one of the first online learning training academy in 1995. She is a passionate educator from the classroom to the Board room, inspiring people to see the potential within themselves and to create their magnificence in the world. Denise has been inducted as an Honorary Fellow of the Teachers’ Guild of NSW in recognition of her lifelong commitment and contribution to education.
She is co-founder and co-owner of her third Registered Training Organisation. The Australasian Centre for Work Education (RTO 40857) and sister company Coaching College, both are multiple award-winning companies for their ability to contextualise and customise workplace learning programs including Leadership Development, Coaching and Mentoring Programs.
Recently Denise has been engaged by NextTech Learning to facilitate several programs in correctional centres in NSW.
Denise is currently working with the leadership team at Koori Radio. (Instrumental in the Kooriween Project last October 2019).
The Mid North Coast Correctional Centre was delivering the Certificate II in Business to predominately Indigenous women. In 2019 Denise the outcomes from this program at the Indigenous Network Meeting conducted in the Hunter Valley. See attached PowerPoint.
Denise’s experience working within the Indigenous community.
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Denise has worked with the Queensland Linkedup Corporation ‘Bringing them home’ project.
Denise founded the ‘sister schools’ program in 1990 between the then Black Independent School in Brisbane and Cannon Hill Anglican College where Denise was the Social Studies teacher. Ian Watson (the Indigenous artist) worked with students from both schools over a term. Where students from schools initially became pen pals and then visits were arranged.