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The University of Canberra Brumbies have welcomed a new corporate partner on board this week with the announcement the Capital Training Institute will be the club’s Official Training Partner for the next three years.
Capital Training Institute is one of Australia’s fastest emerging Registered Training Organisations specialising in a wide range of vocational education and training. Established in Canberra in 2007, the Capital Training Institute now has training centres in Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane.
Chief Executive Matt Sutherland said he was proud to hold an association with the University of Canberra Brumbies as the Official Training Partner. Mr Sutherland said he saw great potential for both organisations to grow as a result of the relationship.
“This is a very good opportunity for our business to engage the corporate supporters and members of the Brumbies. We acknowledge that there is a significant level of support for the team both here in the ACT and interstate and we look for to meeting these stakeholders over the next three years and beyond,” Sutherland said.
“We aim to use our partnership of the Brumbies to further strengthen relationships with their Naming Rights Sponsor, the University of Canberra and provide a clear pathway for our students on to university study.”
“Similarly to the Brumbies, we too are an emerging brand which has recently gone through some significant changes. In the last 12 months we have changed our name, expanded the business into two new markets, and have worked hard on creating a new culture.”
“We are proud of our achievements here in Canberra, but now it’s time to produce positive outcomes on the national stage. Ultimately we see the Brumbies as a good fit for our brand as we to look to expand the organisation into each capital city as part of our national expansion.”
“It’s nice to be able to reward the Brumbies for their hard work over the last 12 months and from the entire team here at Capital Training Institute we are looking forward to developing our relationship over the next three years.”