About ANZ Institute

The ANZ Institute (ANZI) was incorporated as a limited liability company in New South Wales, Australia, 1988. The ANZ Institute, is a learning and training organization. Its mission is to promote, develop and enhance the human capital of individuals across all communities and their organizations. The founding members and sponsors are drawn from the accounting profession, and the banking and financial services industry. The institute has an enlarged pool of expertise and resources drawn from its network of multidisciplinary partners and collaborators, and will continue to focus on strengthening its content and delivery capability as its mission.


ANZ Institute is a socially oriented enterprise defined by the guiding principles of the original sponsors –

1.Focus on the creation, development and enhancement of human capital for a sustainable society
2.A portion of its annual income is dedicated to human capital development causes
3.Pursues market-friendly policies for all clients and other stakeholders, and
4.Complements and supports government efforts in poverty reduction and improve lives.

ANZ Institute is a private initiative and a self – funding organization free from governmental, political and religious constraints. It is also an ethical self – governing institution adopting free and fair market practices without discrimination of any kind.

The ANZ Institute (ANZI) was incorporated as a limited liability company in New South Wales, Australia, 1988. The ANZ Institute, is a learning and training organization. Its mission is to promote, develop and enhance the human capital of individuals across all communities and their organizations. The founding members and sponsors are drawn from the accounting profession, and the banking and financial services industry. The institute has an enlarged pool of expertise and resources drawn from its network of multidisciplinary partners and collaborators, and will continue to focus on strengthening its content and delivery capability as its mission.

Vision And Mission

The ANZ Institute Vision

The ANZ Institute will be the leading human capital development organization for all segments of our society. It will initiate knowledge, build skills and develop competence for its learners to enable them to improve their lives and that of their families and communities.

The ANZ Institute Mission

The ANZ Institute provides executive development programs to enhance work performance capabilities and increase the value of current employees to their organizations. It is also continuously designing and developing work skills programs for future employees of business organizations.


The ANZ Institute is a privately owned corporation with shareholders from different backgrounds. It is currently financed by its sponsors, a network of human capital professionals and corporate customers. ANZ Institute will become a publicly owned corporation in the near future and will remain an independently run socially oriented organization. Its founding philosophy and vision will always be its foundation.


The ANZ Institute is incorporated as a limited liability company under Australian Corporations Act 2001. Its main office is located in Sydney NSW a regional operational hub in Malaysia. The Institute is dedicated to the development of work-based skills training and human capital development with its executive development courses. Its human capital development programs are designed and updated to address the target markets and the clientele across the developing regions of the world.

It is governed by its Board of Directors supported by a Committee of Advisors, and a Panel of Subject Matter Experts. It works with a network of qualified subject matter experts across the Australasian region covering business and management skills required in everyday commercial activities. It also cooperates and engages with business communities, educational institutions, government and quasi-government agencies, and non-government organizations in each of the countries it serves.

Learn More

The Operating Model

The ANZ Institute serves its clients by leveraging on –

1.The global electronic networks for the delivery of its learning and human capital development work
2.The global depository of publicly available knowledge and information and
3.A network of subject matter experts and academics in their respective and relevant fields.


The ANZ Institute uses this combination to deliver –
1.Affordable learning and training
2.Accessibility of learning and training by various communities
3.Effective and efficient learning as part of human capital development.


ANZ Institute has diverse stakeholders who are important. These are –


1. The learners seeking to acquire and improve their human capital through their learning at the ANZ Institute
2. The employer organizations that employ the learners and individual students preparing themselves for the work place
3. The shareholders and sponsors of ANZ Institute,
4. The network of employees and subject matter experts who have contributed to the human capital development goals of the ANZ Institute, and
5. The society at large where communities dwell in, and where business organizations operate.


All our stakeholders are multi-ethnic and from various countries across different geographical regions and this will continue to enrich ANZ Institute’s experiences and its development. ANZ Institute will continue to engage organizations, resource networks, learners and students and all well-wishers in its progress. In here we express our gratitude and sincere thanks for all the confidence and support we have received, and we look forward to the same for the future.


Value Creation

ANZ Institute creates value by building human capital through work-based learning and skills development activities. The outcome of this value creating efforts for different stakeholders are –

1. Knowledgeable and skilled employees ready for task execution and greater responsibilities at the workplace, representing an increased in the talent and human capital pool of an organization,
2. Increased talents and skills for the individual learner that equip the person for new job opportunities or for career advancement,
3. The network of resources and the ANZ Institute faculty members, subject matter experts and training consultants who will be compensated by both experiences and rewards for being part of the ANZ Institute,
4. Our partner organizations with whom ANZ Institute cooperates and shares resources with,
5. Management and employees of ANZ Institute and lastly,
6. Our shareholders who have made sacrifice to take the risks in supporting the ANZ Institute and its ideals.

Training And Development Programs

The ANZ Institute’s learning programs are designed for the learners and employees to perform various tasks at work, to undertake work – related responsibilities, and enhancing the human capital pool at their employer organizations. The learning programs are targeted at work performance, and would be demonstrated by the learner’s application of the knowledge learnt and his or her problem-solving ability.

To provide the employer organization an indicator of learning and work preparation, learners of the ANZ Institute programs will be issued a Certificate of Learning. This ANZ Institute Certificate serves as an evidence of learning and achievement after an assessment. A Certificate would not be issued to the learner without he or she attaining a satisfactory assessment score. However, the ANZ Institute Certificate is not to be used for application for further education endeavours at a university or college. The ANZ Institute is not an educational institution and its courses are not to be equated with those in the university degree courses.

The currently available courses are organized into work management courses and financial resource management skills. 




1. Communication skills at work
2. Critical thinking and problem-solving
3. Leadership practice
4. Managing change at the work place
5. Managing risks at work
6.Work planning and control
7. Customer management skills
8. Companywide risk management


Most of these course modules are also available in French, Indonesian, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese. Other language options will be made available during 2020.


1. Bookkeeping and accounting
2. Financial analytical skills
3. Credit and lending for bank executives
4. Business lending f10. or corporate bankers
5. Small and medium size business lending
6. Capital market practice and corporate finance
7. Board room finance for directors
8. Finance for leadership roles
9. Business finance for non-financial managers
10. Financial management skills


Organizations are operated by teams of people with tight work schedules and financial budgets to achieve and deliver objectives such as production output.

A manager or team leader is appointed to manage the work activities and the people involved to achieve certain outcome as required by the customers of senior management.

As a manager, supervisor or team leader, the person appointed must have certain crucial skills such as leadership and problem – solving ability, besides the ability to negotiate and manage successful change at the work place.

For these reasons, the ANZ Institute Certificate in Applied Management covering some of the modules listed earlier are designed to equip the new managers or team leaders to undertake their roles more effectively and efficiently.

The successful completion of learning and assessment is an indication to the company’s management of the learner’s preparation for such roles.


The modern economic environment today is entirely driven by financial considerations and objectives. In everyday living, whether in commercial activities or family life, financial issues are frequent and varied, and they are unavoidable. At a personal level, it can involve tax planning, investment of retirement funds and management of family assets or savings.

In the business environment, corporate executives and managers are often responsible for budgets and control of costs, achievement of sales revenue, or making investment decisions on asset replacement or divestment of business units. Without appropriate understanding of the financial issues or financial intelligence, these managers and leaders of their operating units are hapless and beholden or reliant on their accountants and other financial experts.

Effectiveness and efficiency in managing financial resources may be compromised by a lack of financial knowledge. For those working in the financial services industry such as banks, the level of financial knowledge and skills required is more sophisticated.

For this reason, at ANZ Institute, financial resource management skills are designed accordingly for executives in the banking environment and for those in the non-bank sector corporate sector, to meet their respective roles.

Delivery Of ANZ Institute Learning Programs

All ANZ Institute learning programs are available through self-paced e-learning mode, leveraging on the global electronic networks. With this e-learning mode, the learners and the employer organization have full flexibility in acquiring knowledge and learning at anytime and anywhere, thereby minimizing time for travelling as well as reduce the risk of bio-hazards associated with large crowds of people, both during travel and at the learning locations. Besides, e-learning enables repeat learning to help knowledge retention, unlike the conventional workshop learning.

The e-learning mode also provides consistency in the dissemination of knowledge and learning content across a large number of employees which would not be possible through conventional classroom training and learning, especially with different training facilitators for a same subject matter. This also enhances staff satisfaction as every staff can learn at the same time and would have the same opportunity and time for career advancement instead of being disadvantaged by queuing behind in the lengthy training schedule.

For the employer, there is the added advantage of lower human capital development costs while the e-learning is also a strategic tool to identify employees with strong motivation to pick up new knowledge and skills for the organization’s business activities. Human resource deployment strategies can then be formulated to meet the circumstances.

In deserving situations where employees need further learning support, workshop learning sessions can be arranged to complement the e-learning mode, though at additional costs. This blended learning works well to help reduce the overall cost of training and development while supporting those employees who are keen to learn new skill competency.


ANZ Institute believes in work-based education through blending work requirements with appropriate knowledge so that the learning is directed to achieving performance at work. The result of good learning should be demonstrated by the ability to apply knowledge to problem situations at the work place. ANZ Institute complements the various institutions of higher learning like the universities, rather than compete with them, to enrich the well – being of people particularly the underprivileged and the underserved. The ultimate outcome is the creation of human capital for a sustainable life.

In this context, ANZ Institute partners with industry subject matter experts in management practice and members of the academia for knowledge contribution. It will continue to work with business employers, institutions of higher learning, and the broader community to build and enhance human capital through appropriate blending of knowledge and skills together. We believe that this is wonderful social enrichment exercise, and a great way for everyone to fulfil or contribute to corporate social responsibility.

Collaborative Model

ANZ Institute always welcome new partnership arrangements with institutions, individuals and organizations that will develop human capital. This regard, the ANZ Institute welcomes discussion with suitable parties as –

1. A representative of the ANZ Institute at various locations to represent, promote and advise organizations and individuals on human capital development and learning
2. Joint development and delivery of work place skills learning, training and assessment
3. Partners in human capital development activities for specific markets, and
4. A participant in international forums, seminars and conferences on poverty reduction.

Similarly, ANZ Institute is committed towards sharing its expertise and resources in the development of programs on human empowerment and entrepreneurship skills for the unemployed to be self – supporting individuals. We will always welcome engagements.

Invest in Yourself

Your Pathway to Financial Intelligence and Work Management Skills