Ms. Amelia Oodit

Programme Manager

Amelia Oodit has really progressed over the past years at Nations. Having started as an assistant in the administration offices she has now become a Programme Manager of her own courses. Amelia manages many of the short courses and knocks it out of the park!

Amelia has a wide range of working experience at Nations as an accountant, student service representative, assistant programme manager and now she holds a position of a programme manager. Amelia holds a Foundation Diploma and Diploma in Business Management from ABE, Certificate in Graphic Design & Photography from Nations School of Technology, Certificate in Customer Service Skills from Allison, Certificates in Types of Conflict from UCI Division of Continuing Education, Certificate in Excel Skills from Business from Macquarie University, Certificate in Leadership and Emotional Intelligence from ISB Indian School of Business, Certificate in Foundations of Project Management, ISO 9001 Project Implementation Plan from GNBS Consultants and is currently pursuing her Bachelors in Business Administration. As a programme manager, Amelia has shown dedication and perseverance in her role.

Outside of work, Amelia enjoys travelling, arts and crafts and most importantly, spending time with her family.

Years at Nations: 9 years
Title: Programme Manager
Education: Diploma in Business Management
Bachelor Degree in Business Administration
What about education excites you?

Education as we all know is the ‘Key to Our Success’ and is so vital in today’s life. Learning is fun! It gives me the option to explore and learn new things. Education also shapes my future and it makes me the person who I am today. It helps me to develop my knowledge, skills and how I should approach situations in life.

What do you love most about your job?

One thing I love about being a Programme Manager at Nations is being able to be of service to our customers and other staff. I assist in any way I can. I love interacting with new people and as the days, months and years go by I am continually given the opportunity to develop certain skills and knowledge and apply them to my daily working life.

How do you spend your free time?

I spend my free time socializing and learning new languages.

What is one of your best Nations memories?

One of my best memories I had with Nations was the celebration after being approved for a course. Dr. O’Toole ordered food for the entire staff to celebrate this success. We ate and celebrated together as ‘Team Nations’

What is the best piece of advice you have been given, and by whom?

I was advised by my mom to always strive to do my best in everything that I do.

If you had to describe Nations to someone who didn’t know anything about it, what would you say?

Nations is a school for all. It is a safe and friendly environment. Offers great customer service. Reliable and affordable.

What were you like in high school?

In my High School days, I could remember myself being a quiet and calm student until when in my adolescence phase, all I can think of was to try and fit in with the others but later I realised that in order for me to be happy, I just need to be myself instead of being someone I am not.