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Quality statement

We are a credible and high-quality training provider that stands by our results.

Swinburne University is a university with a difference. More than a century old, we’re rigorous, credible and award-winning. Out of those roots grew Swinburne Professional, an agile learning organisation that caters for professional individuals developing their careers and the businesses that hire them.

The benefits of dual sector

We put you at the heart of an award-winning, dual sector university so your organisation directly benefits from the knowledge, research and rigorous processes we’ve established.

We are a premium training partner and that adds prestige and practicality, plus we offer dual sector pathways. This means that, under the right circumstances, a three-day masterclass can eventually lead to admission to a Swinburne Masters’ program.


We create future-ready professionals

We often say we offer the agility of a consultancy with the smarts of a university, and it’s very much the case. We have full access to Swinburne's researchers, facilities, studies, and team that we collaborate with every day to create, curate and refine our learning programs.

Swinburne Professional also collaborates with The Design Factory Melbourne and the Centre for the New Workforce, which are just two examples that demonstrate our ability to design, test and improve.

Swinburne Professional is a division of Swinburne University of Technology and a Registered Training Organisation in our own right (RTO:3059) and on The Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS:00111D).

On top of our impeccable academic credentials and ability to innovate for outcomes, is the credibility of the Swinburne name. Your organisation, and workforce, will be collaborating with a highly respected University-based organisation that has roots in innovation and will do for decades (and centuries) to come.