Inbound tours

Winglong Australia has been involved in organising inbound study tours from South East Asia for over 20 years.

Tailoring inbound tour groups

Winglong Australia tailor-makes training programs and tourism logisitics to meet needs of incoming delegations.

Strong networks with Australian governments, businesses and institutions
Winglong Australia maintains close relationships with many Australian universities, TAFE, and government departments. Our strong local connection enables us to arrange targeted visits in all occassions covering all topics. We are always seeking to expand our network to provide the best possible training for inbound tour groups. We always use experienced professional interpreters to ensure the value and quality delivery of the training.

Past delegations

Over 1200 delegation groups totalling more than 15000 delegates from all levels of Chinese Government, educational Institutions, large cooperations and non-government organizations.

Training Topics

  • Government Structure
  • National Strategy and Policy design
  • Public Administration
  • Accountability and supervision watchdog
  • Anti-smuggling
  • Human Resource Management
  • Leadership
  • Social Security and Welfare System
  • Infrastructure (water, electricity etc)
  • Agriculture/Horticulture/Fishery/Forestry
  • Veterinary
  • Animal/Plant Disease Control
  • Livestock Management
  • Food Safety
  • Agricultural credit union
  • Education/TAFE and VET
  • Environment protection/sustainable development/carbon
  • Pollution reduction/elimination
  • Clean Energy and New Energy
  • Recycling and waste management
  • Commerce/Business/Taxation
  • Accounting/Finance
  • Legal System/Law/Judiciary System
  • Large Scale Event management
  • NGO operation
  • Medicare System
  • Healthcare and hospital management
  • Statistics
  • Media
  • Culture industry/Innovative culture
  • Tobacco industry
  • Scientific development
  • Space Technology
  • Transportation and road safety
  • Fashion industry
  • Urban Planning and heritage conservation
  • Land and resource management
  • Natural resources (salt, coal, nonferrous metal, iron ore etc)
  • Mining Safety and supervision
  • Dam Safety
  • Power Grid management
  • Intellectual copyright

Dam Risk and Safety Management & Water Rights

Designed for a training group of 25 delegates from a provincial Water Resources Department, this program is composed by four full days’ classroom training and four site visits. The topics of interest include dam risk and safety management and water rights.

The four days training are delivered by invited speakers from NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources and NSW Dams Safety Committee.

Contents included:

  • A general introduction to Australia
  • An introduction to water resources and its protection
  • Australia’s Water rights system
  • An analysis of water rights system between China and Australia
  • Government’s role, functions and policy

By the NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources

  • Dam risk analysis and safety management
  • Dam operation and maintenance
  • Emergency reaction system management
  • Dam safety policy and incident/accident report procedure

By the NSW Dams Safety Committee

Site Visits to:

Melbourne: Victoria State Emergency Service

Dam safety risk treatment in Victoria

Brisbane: Queensland Water Commission

Water resource protection and management in Queensland

Sydney: Sydney Water
  • Water trading and operation
  • Water Licensing
  • Water Saving tips
Sydney: Warragamba and Mangrove Creek Dams
  • Dam safety management
  • Dam design and maintenance

Additional notes

This program perfectly combines classroom trainings with site visits, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and technical training program.

Training carried out by invited speakers from NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources as well as NSW Dams Safety Committee offers the delegates with direct communication with their counterparts in Australia, while their knowledge of Australia’s successful practices and experiences are enriched.

Visits to government departments, NGO, large corporations and operating dams are complementary to the trainings, achieving abundant personal visiting experiences for the delegates.

The delegates highly commented on the program as “informative, impressive and beneficial”.

Poverty Relief Development and Agricultural Co-operatives

Designed for a training group of 15 delegates from a provincial Poverty Relief Development Office, this program integrates classroom training and various site visits. The topics of interest include Poverty Relief Development and Agricultural Co-operatives .

Contents includes:

  • A general introduction to Australia
  • An introduction to Australia and especially NSW’s agriculture
  • Australia’s Agricultural Co-operatives-history and development
  • Government’s role, functions and policy

By NSW Department of Primary Industries

  • An introduction to local agriculture
  • Agricultural economy in the local areas
  • Farm business operation
  • Local government’s policy and support to farmers
  • Local poverty relief and social welfare programs

By Hunter TAFE Scone Campus

Site Visits to:

Sydney: Easter Show

Agricultural products promotion and annual event

Sydney: horsing farms, beef cattle enterprises, sheep and wool enterprise, organic garlic grower, hydroponic garden and dairy farms
Brisbane: Brisbane Markets
  • Agricultural products trading and local markets operation
  • Special product donation programs (in local poverty alleviation)
Melbourne: Genetics Australia Cooperative Ltd

Agricultural co-operatives management

Melbourne: Co-operative Development Services Ltd

Legal registration procedures and regulations

Additional notes

This program perfectly combines classroom trainings with site visits, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and technical training program.

Training carried out by NSW Department of Primary Industries, and Hunter TAFE Institute Scone Campus offers the delegates with direct communication with their counterparts in Australia, while their knowledge of Australia’s successful practices and experiences are enriched.

Visits to government departments, local farms and growers, agricultural businesses, agricultural co-operatives and markets, especially the one to Easter Show, the largest annual agricultural theme event in Australia left the delegates very deep impression.

The delegates highly commented on the program as “informative, impressive and beneficial”.

Youth Education and Employment

Designed for a training group of 15 delegates from Youth Federation, this program is composed by four full days’ classroom training and five site visits. The topics of interest include Youth Education, protection, management and employment.

The four days’ training are delivered by South Western TAFE Institute

Contents include:

  • A general introduction to Australia
  • An introduction to Australian Education System
  • Youth Education, Training and apprenticeships in NSW
  • Youth Employment pathways
  • Juvenile Justice and Correctional Programs
  • Indigenous Youth Education and Employment
  • Early School Leavers/Disengaged Youth Employment
  • Government’s role, functions and policy

Site Visits:

Sydney: NSW Department of Education
  • NSW’s youth education, training and employment
  • Apprenticeship programs
Sydney: University of New South Wales, Career Center

Graduates employment programs

Sydney: Youth Education and Employment Office for Youth, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relationships (DEEWR)

Youth management, protection and employment

Melbourne: Miss Australia Victoria
  • Youth protection, welfare and employment opportunities
  • Special employment programs for Indigenous youth
Brisbane: Australian Public Service Commission Queensland
  • Federal Framework for Youth Training
  • Young public servants’ recruitment and training

Additional notes

Considering the background of the delegation and also their roles in China, the design of the training program attaches much importance to government policy analysis, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and enlightening training program.

Through case studies on various special programs for youth in Australia, the delegation has observed a full picture of youth education and employment in Australia.

The principles and guidelines delivered in the whole program well reflect Australian’s value in dealing with Youth problems. After communicating and exchanging ideas with their counterparts in Australia, the delegation would learn from Australia’s experiences and practices and therefore be able to adopt them back to China.

The delegates highly commented on the program as “informative, impressive, enlightening and beneficial”.

Urban Planning and Sustainable Development

Designed for a training group of 18 delegates from a Municipal Development and Reform Commission, this program contains full day classroom training and various site visits.

Classroom training delivered by Western Sydney University.

Contents include:

  • A general introduction to Australia
  • An introduction to Australia’s urban planning policies and regulations
  • Urban planning and construction (infrastructure, energy supply, transportation, industry, business and residential zones, green coverage, historical sites reservation)

Site Visits:

Melbourne: Melbourne City Council

Urban Cultural and Historical Heritage Protection and Construction Planning

Melbourne: Victorian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Victoria’s commerce and industry development
  • VECCI’s influence on government decision
Melbourne: Victoria Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development

Melbourne urban planning and strategic development

Brisbane: Australian Public Service Commission Queensland

Queensland social security and public service management

Brisbane: South Bank Corporation

After-event replanning and reconstruction for 1988 World Expo

Cairns: Advanced Cairns

Regional planning and development

Sydney: NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water Resources-National Park
  • Legislations and regulations on construction development
  • Protection on Heritage zone and special places in urban development
Sydney: Sewage Water Treatment Plant
Sydney: NSW Department of Regional Development

NSW’s economic development plan and trade relationship with China

Sydney: Sydney Olympic Park Authority

Site reconstruction and reuse after Sydney Olympics

Sydney: Burwood Council

Council’s sustainable development strategy

Sydney: NSW Department of Planning

Great Sydney Area planning strategy and sustainable development

Sydney: NSW Parliament
  • Parliamentary System
  • Conservation and protections of the Parliament House as a heritage building

Additional notes

Considering the background of the delegation and also their roles in China, the design of the training program attaches much importance to government strategy on urban planning and sustainable development, providing the delegates with a professional, integrative and enlightening training program.

Since the delegation will be in charge of event site replanning and reconstruction for an important global event in their city, this program includes visits to Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Brisbane South Bank Corporation, offering successful experiences to the delegation.

The delegation has been greatly enlightened by Australia’s practices in the related areas. They highly commented on this training program as “informative, professional and beneficial”.

Secretarial support & Event Management

Winglong Australia has been secretarial office to Chinese Medicine Industry Council of Australia (CMIC) and the Australian Union of Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioners (AURCMP) since 2011, and the Win in Suzhou Venture Contest.

Secretarial duties include emailing, incoming phone concierge, membership issues, member newsletters, meeting minute, event coordination, account keeping etc. Winglong has been valued partners in facilitating the operations of CMIC and AURCMP.

Win In Suzhou Venture Contest for International Entrepreneurs in Oceania

Photos from the 2018 competition finale

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