Anne first worked with CQUniversity as an academic in the School of Business from 2000 to 2009. After four years working in HongKong developing and delivering English language curriculum for students from non-English speaking backgrounds, Anne has returned to CQUniversity as a Lecturer in the School of Access Education, supporting Academic Communication skill development for undergraduate students through to Research Higher Degree (RHD) candidates.
Anne Braund has a diverse work history as an educator in schools, universities and industry. Anne has worked in Higher Education for 20 years, initially employed as an academic in Business Communication in 2000 on Bundaberg campus. Prior to working in Higher Education, Anne has taught and coordinated modified program development for students in secondary schooling. From 2009 - 2013 Anne worked for English Schools Foundation in Hong Kong teaching the Diploma in English to young adults from non-English speaking backgrounds. This role required program design and delivery as part of the International Baccalaureate curriculum and Anne partnered with the University of HongKong as a teacher mentor.
Anne is currently a lecturer and project manager at CQUniversity in the School of Access Education. Anne lectures in academic communication and manages the micro-credential programs for the School of Access Education.
University of Queensland (UQ)
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Griffith University - 1993 - 1994
CQUniversity 2000 - 2009 and 2016 - present
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Practice in Learning and Teaching (2018)
Academic English for Undergraduate and Research Higher Degree students; Essay Writing, Technical Writing and Preparatory Skills for University (Enabling Education).
Business undergraduate units - Introduction to Management; Business Marketing; Organisational Behaviour (CQUniversity, 2000-2009).
English Diploma Program (English Schools Foundation, HongKong. 2009 - 2013).
2016 - present
Lecturer /Program Manager - School of Access Education, CQUniversity (Bundaberg)
2014 - 2016
Coordinator / Teacher – Learning Enhancement Unit, Shalom College (Bundaberg)
2009 - 2013
Coordinator / Teacher – English Diploma (IB), English Schools Foundation (ESF) (HongKong)
2010 - 2012
Mentor Teacher - HongKong Chinese University (HongKong)
2000 - 2009
Lecturer – CQUniversity (Bundaberg)
1993 – 1999
Manager / Consultant – Flight Centre Australia, (Brisbane, Bundaberg)
1993 - 1994
English Tutor – Griffith University (Brisbane)
1989 – 2000
Secondary School Teacher - Education Queensland & Catholic Education (Brisbane, Cairns, Bundaberg)
Queensland College of Teachers
HongKong Education Bureau
Anne Braund has a passion for working in learning and teaching and enjoys using her diverse knowledge, skills and experiences from 30 years engaged in educational environments, curriculum design and project management. Anne has a special interest in curriculum design approaches for Inclusive curriculum and online learning pedagogy for students with disabilities and those from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
1994 Master of Education (Leadership) – Queensland University Technology (QUT)
1989 Bachelor of Educational Studies (English) – University of Queensland (UQ)
1987 Diploma of Education (P-10) - Mount Gravatt Teachers' College (BCAE)
2000 Certificate IV Training & Assessment (WideBay TAFE)
2009 - 2010 School-University Partnership (Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong)
2010 - 2012 International Baccalaureate Level 2 (Language A - Diploma Program)
2012 Teaching English Second Language (TESMC/TESOL) Department of Education (SA)
2013 Emerging Leaders Program (English Schools Foundation, Hong Kong)
2017 Empowering Women in Leadership (CQUniversity)
2018 Graduate Certificate Tertiary and Adult Education (CQUniversity)
2017 NVivo Training (QSR International)
Anne Braund was the lead consultant for recommendations in association with the Queensland Skills Plan (Tourism & Hospitality Industry - Bundaberg region) commissioned by the Department of Education, Training and the Arts, Queensland Government (2008).
Anne Braund was the lead consultant for stakeholders survey and report for a Social Audit Network at Bundaberg Skills Centre (2004).
Staff development Training programs: Customer service, Team building, Leading and Mentoring, Recruitment, Marketing
Curriculum and Pedagogy - English and Literacy Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. LOTE, ESL and TESOL)
Supporting international students from non-english speaking backgrounds as they acculturate into academic communication expectations at CQUniversity.
Curriculum and Pedagogy - Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy
Grit-ability: Characteristics that enable success for students in higher education.
Specialist Studies in Education - Gender, Sexuality and Education
Women in Education. Barriers to achieving full potential and success.