At Southern Cross School of Business (SCSB), we understand that effective learning is underpinned by the relevance of content delivery and the quality of feedback provided to students. Team SCSB works hard to remain engaged with the commercial world and ensure that our learning materials reflect current workplace demands. As part of our efforts, we qualify all trainers through a rigorous process involving proven industry experience and up to date knowledge. We are proud to be able to offer to you, a team of trainers that can provide real insights and apply practical examples to complement the theory.

PETER TIGHE, DIRECTOR

With over 20 years experience in international consulting, risk and ICT management working in Australia, the Middle East and South East Asia, Peter has a remarkable run-sheet demonstrating expert business acumen. He has a long-held passion for sharing this expertise and providing training and coaching to individuals and organisations worldwide. His experience includes his role as a Senior Executive with leading consulting organisations, including Head of IT Audit and Consulting Practice for KPMG Middle East in Kuwait and Director of PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ Global Risk Management Solutions Group in Sydney.

NEELUM FARAH, PRINCIPAL

Neelum has worked in the education industry for over ten years and built her reputation as a focused individual who manages business in an informed and decisive manner. Neelum’s path has taken her through roles across some of Australia’s leading educational institutions including Curtin University, APM Business College, Capricorn Education Consulting and Williams Business College. She is well versed in educational provider obligations and has a keen sense of quality and value propositions.

ABDULLAH PATOLI DIRECTOR OF STUDIES & ACADEMIC MANAGER

Abdullah is the brains behind the academic program management at SCSB. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge from similar roles in some large education providers both in Australia including the Macquarie Education Group and the Australian Institute of Business, as well as several roles internationally. Abdullah has grown his career through the ranks and continues to pursue his primary passion as a lecturer as well as in the administrative capacity.