In 2020 Dr James Farley engaged Creative Plus Business to help create an educational
program for the School of Communication and Creative Industries at Charles Sturt University. Our focus was to help the University include both academic and practical elements into the program so that students could develop their own business plans and formulate realistic career trajectories on completion of their creative industries studies. The emphasis was on providing students with a clear understanding of the ‘real world’ of freelancing and the gig economy that they would be graduating into.
We worked with James to create six learning modules, consisting of lectures, tutorials and additional resources – all designed to fit the pre-approved Subject Outline and Curriculum. Our client was very happy, and students responded extremely well to the delivery of the new ‘real world’ approach to their academia.