Global Centre for Work-Applied Learning
The Global Centre for Work-Applied Learning (GCWAL) is an independent research and consultancy centre that works with organisations and communities to build continuing positive change and increased managerial effectiveness using Work-Applied Learning (WAL).
GCWAL is committed to contributing to knowledge and improved practice of WAL including Work-Based Learning (WBL) and disseminating this pioneering knowledge globally.
GCWAL aims to bring together practitioners, scholars and organisations committed to WAL and related areas both in Australia and around the world. GCWAL engages in WAL Research projects including: publications, conferences and seminars among other research activities. GCWAL offers WAL Programmes and WAL Consultancy focused on continuous improvement, learning and development.
GCWAL is built from the innovative work of Emeritus Professor Selva Abraham, founding Chairman of Australian Institute of Business (AIB) and currently AIB’s Chairman of the Higher Education Advisory Council and Chairman of GCWAL. As a strong supporter of GCWAL, AIB is one of the organisations which collaborates with GCWAL in Work-Applied Research, and sponsors conferences in WAL and research projects.