Centre for Digital Enterprise

Centre for Digital Enterprise

Smart technology training solutions for your business

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The future of changing work skills in the modern workplace starts here.

Smart technologies are changing how enterprises conduct their business. Sometimes called industry 4.0 (i4.0), changes to work practice and new business models are evolving in many industries. With change comes new opportunities. Our mission is to take the best-applied research around smart technologies and create expert workforce training for delivery in the workplace.

To support your business, the Centre for Digital Enterprise (C4DE) shares case studies; runs workshops; shares knowledge on digital technologies and provides training and support for all businesses wishing to develop their management and skills for technology in the workplace.

The C4DE is a partnership between RMIT University, Wodonga TAFE and Sunraysia Institute of TAFE, working together to support both city and regional businesses.

Free future skills training provided for 180 Northern Territory residents.

The Northern Territory Government offered the opportunity for 100 NT residents to study for free in the Future Skills - Emerging Technologies program. RMIT University found 180 student places.

In mid 2020, RMIT Online, the Centre for Digital Enterprise and the Northern Territory Government came together to provide flexible and responsive future skills training opportunities for Territorians designed to enhance their existing skills. This program aimed at addressing the potential impacts that new smart skills and Industry 4.0 are having on the Territory economy. Unsurprisingly Territorians answered the call and the Northern Territory Government stepped up and provided extra places to support 180 students to study.

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In mid 2020, RMIT Online, the Centre for Digital Enterprise and the Northern Territory Government came together to provide flexible and responsive future skills training opportunities for Territorians designed to enhance their existing skills. This program aimed at addressing the potential impacts that new smart skills and Industry 4.0 are having on the Territory economy. Unsurprisingly Territorians answered the call and the Northern Territory Government stepped up and provided extra places to support 180 students to study.

Visit the Future Skills webpage

CNC Operator online courses now available.

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Workers across Australia will have the opportunity to learn how to operate programmable CNC machines and lathes online.

The two online short courses cater for beginners and advanced operators.
The Centre for Digital Enterprise has collaborated with Okuma Australia to offer workers throughout Australia the opportunity to learn how to operate and program the latest Computer Numerical Control machines used in advanced manufacturing. By offering the courses fully online, learners from anywhere in Australia can benefit from this new program. Both courses are in line with the current trends toward industry-tailored, short, bite sized segments of learning to upskill and reskill workforces rather than undertaking full qualifications.

The Centre for Digital Enterprise launches RMIT's first AR/VR learning app, XR LearnHub

RMIT University's first AR/VR learning app, XR LearnHub is now available on the iOS store. Developed by the Centre for Digital Enterprise, the app enables students to experience augmented reality learning experiences on mobile or tablet devices. This first release of XR LeanHub includes a collection of learning materials to support our CNC Operator training online courses launching early 2020. Developed in conjunction with Okuma Australia, these learning materials include a virtual Okuma multi-axial lathe machine and information about Industry 4.0.

XR LearnHub Augmented Reality App

XR LearnHub is an ambitious project aimed at bridging the gap between online and practical learning, housing a variety of experiences to complement course units developed for advanced manufacturing.

Industry partners

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College of Vocational Education
RMIT University
Melbourne VIC 3000 

E-mail: c4de@rmit.edu.au

Phone: +61 3 9925 4671

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