Online Campus Team
The Online Campus Team
The Online Campus Team is directed by Luceille Outhred, the Corporate Leader of GEM College of International Business (Global). Elizabeth Bradbury-Calvert, who is an expert in Instructional Design and e-learning manages Student Support Services. Jan Foreman, who has worked across a variety of sectors, including government, IT, energy and mining, and has devoted herself to life long learning, is the Online Campus Systems Manager. An expert team of Content developers, Graphic designers, Coders, Illustrators, Animators, have created courses that focus on YOU, the learner and your needs.
“We pride ourselves on being learner-centric, and our ability to customise our courses for each industry, and to tailor courses to meet the discrete needs of particular organisations or departments”
Luceille Outhred, Corporate Leader – GEM College of International Business (Global)
Ed D (candidate); M Ed St; M Dist Ed; Ad Dip HRD Mgt; Dip T (Sec Comm); Dip Trg & Ass Sys; Dip Trg & Dev Mgt; Dip Bus (FLM); Cert IV Trg & Ass; Cert TEFL
Luceille is the Corporate Leader of GEM College of International Business (Global) and foundation Board Member and Corporate Leader of the Workright Group and Digislide Group of companies. (see www.workright.com.au; www.digislide.com.au)
Luceille is a visionary leader. Her “over the horizon” perspective has enabled Workright to design and establish training programs, qualifications and a range of business consultancy services that have been both unique and timely in meeting the rapidly changing needs of business. GEM College of International Business (Global) and its licensed campus operations are an extension of that original global vision.
Luceille has more than 30 years experience in Education and Industry, working in both private and public sectors of secondary and tertiary educational organisations.
Luceille has been honoured as a finalist in the Telstra Business Woman of the Year twice. In 2000 she was Finalist in the South Australian Awards, and in 2007 she was again a finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Award (SA) and received the Telstra Business Women’s SA Govt Business Innovation Award.
Luceille’s special interest is breaking down the digital divide, and the transference of technology to assist Vocational Training Systems to third world nations.
Luceille is also the Chair of the Quality Control Unit of Workright Australia. In 2000 Luceille was seconded to Digislide Management, an early stage technology company which had been under the incubation of the Workright Centre for Entrepreneurship. She managed the Research and Development Team, and discovered her creativity went beyond the domain of education, as she was the inventor and co-inventor on a number of Digislide’s patents.
Under Luceille’s management, in 2006, Digislide won the Guy Manson “Hottest Technology Award” in Silicon Valley; was designated a “Top 100 Global Innovator” by the Guidewire Group in March, 2007, and nominated for a World Technology Award. In 2007, Digislide was declared a finalist at the World Technology Forum Awards, and since that time has won many national and international awards. In 2009, Luceille steered the company through the GFC, and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
In 2012, Digislide shareholders approved returning the company to private ownership. Luceille remains Chairman of the Digislide Group, and President of Digislide Americas.
Elizabeth Bradbury-Calvert, Online Campus Manager – Learner and Tutor Support Services
Grad. Cert. E-Business; Adv. Diploma Business (Marketing); Cert IV Training and Assessment
Elizabeth has over 12 years corporate experience in senior marketing and strategic business development and 15 years experience in E-Learning. Elizabeth’s main focus in e-learning has been instructional design, online teaching and creating online learning environments and learning resources.
Elizabeth’s special interest is enhancing the learning experience by creating interactive online content that connects the learner with their learning and creates opportunities for collaborative learning and social engagement.
- ‘Marketing an Introduction’, Kotler, Armstrong, Meggs, Bradbury & Grech
(Prentice Hall 1999)
- E Business @ Work. An Australian Overview
- Farrell, Bradbury & Durovic (Prentice Hall 2001)
Papers & Articles:
- Value adding to the online learning environment
- WEBCT 2001 Asia Pacific Conference
- Rural access equity – crossing the educational and social borders.
- Over 20 print based and online learner resources.
Kirstie Wyatt, Graphic Design Specialist
BA Communications; Cert IV in Information Technology (Multimedia); Cert IV Training and Assessment.
Kirstie is passionate about all she does, and her quest for quality coupled with her unique training experience enables GEM to offer content that is not just aesthetically pleasing but also, through effective design, serves to greatly enhance the learning process for learners.
Kirstie has over 20 years experience as a freelance graphic designer in both the print and online industries.
She has been the creative force behind very successful campaigns for many different companies throughout Australia. Her project roles have included: brand development, copy writing, logos, magazine product, art direction, directing photo shoots, marketing material production, websites, e-commerce, email marketing, online course delivery.
Kirstie has taught graphic design and design software packages in the corporate sector. Her wealth of experience led to her qualification as a Certified Expert in design and multimedia software packages such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash.
Over the last 20 years, she been an effective trainer and assessor in delivering competency based accredited training to the VET sector, in association with Workright Australia, Workright Skillsource, and other providers.
Kirstie designed and developed the Online learning program for the Multimedia qualification licensed by Workright Australia to government schools and private colleges alike.