PGA International Golf Institute
Golf Management Courses
The PGA International Golf Institute (PGA IGI) is Australia's leading Golf Management education provider.
Delivering education and training across all aspects of golf administration and management, the PGA IGI has a solid history of producing industry ready graduates. The PGA IGI seeks regular consultation with golf industry experts to ensure a structured curriculum, and a training model that provides the necessary skills and learned outcomes required to equip graduates to take the next step in their career.
PGA IGI delivers the Golf Management Program to students at our Gold Coast Campus. The Golf Management Program is open to domestic and international students, through on site delivery on the Gold Coast. Both programs below are available via distance and online learning. PGA IGI courses are best suited to anyone looking to pursue a career in the golf industry, or for further career development.
Courses available through the PGA IGI include:
- Golf Management Program (Incorporating 10459NAT Diploma of Golf Management)
- Advanced Club Management Program (Incorporating BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management)
PGA IGI graduates have a pathway to articulate into selected bachelor degree courses at one of the following partner Higher Education Partners:
- Griffith University (QLD)
Whether you are interested in a playing career or a career in golf management, study through the PGA IGI will assist you in reaching your career goals.
RTO ID: 31270 CRICOS Number: 02754G
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