Course You Can was established in 2011 to help people navigate the complex and sometimes confusing education and training market. With literally thousands of different training providers operating across Australia and tens of thousands of different courses to choose from, it is difficult for the general public to make an informed decision on what is right for them.
Our vision is to empower Australians to achieve their career goals.
We strive to deliver accurate, up to date and relevant information to our clients in a simple and clear way in order for our clients to make informed decisions about their futures. We want to be the trusted advisor to the Australian public in terms of education and training.
Grant Latta is the Executive Chairman of Australian Capital Strategies and a Director of Sunrice (Rice Growers Limited), Mc William’s Wines Limited, The Sealy Group and Coleambally Irrigation Co-operative Ltd. Mr Latta is also a member of the Australian Competition Tribunal (appointed 1998 and re-appointed 2008).
In 2003, Mr. Latta was awarded a Centenary Medal and in June, 2004 appointed a member of the Order of Australia.
Richard Ryan has been the Deputy Chancellor of Charles Darwin University since November 2009.
Prior to that Richard was the Chancellor of the Charles Darwin University from 26th November 2003 to November 2009. Richard Ryan AO is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Companion of the Institution of Engineers and a Companion of the Institute of Management (UK).
Mr. Ryan was awarded the Sir John Loewenthal Award by the National Heart Foundation of Australia for his role as National President and contribution to the Foundation. He was made a member of the Order of Australia in 1989 for Services to the Community and was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 1998 for Services to Indigenous People. He was awarded a Centenary Medal in 2003.
Doris has over 22 years experience in the education and training space. She has won numerous awards including the Financial Review Business Person of the Year Award in 1993 and was runner up in the Young Achievers Award in 1994. Doris was a co-author with Melbourne University on a seminal paper establishing a method for quantification of the return on investment in the field of vocational training. Her knowledge of the vocational sector and competency based training is well regarded in the industry. She has a significant network of contacts both in industry and government. Doris has built and sold four education businesses over her 22 years, including Polin8 and CSM Knowledge which are both still operational.
Vicki has been a business executive for 20 years. She has managed both public sector and publicly listed entities. She was recently identified as one of the top 25 women in Australian business to watch by the Australian Financial Review. In 2009 she was appointed by the Federal Minister for Innovation to the Australian Federal Government’s Advisory Committee on Intellectual Property. Vicki is a specialist in restructuring businesses to create value for stakeholders. She has been involved in both company start ups and also the reengineering of complex organizations for improved performance.