"Established in 1991, Austraining International Pty Ltd is wholly owned by the Government of the state of South Australia. Austraining International is an international development organisation that has managed over 300 bilateral and multilateral projects across 50 countries in Asia, the Pacific, North Africa and the Middle East. Austraining has a permanent regional presence in Asia and the Pacific through 19 country offices and a major subsidiary in Indonesia. As a government-owned organisation we have a special commitment to development activity, innovation and improved outcomes. We encourage sustainability through the maintenance of linkages beyond project implementation." 
"Since its establishment AI has effectively managed over 250 projects in over 50 counties for AusAID, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and many international public and private sector organisations. Wholly owned by the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology, AI specialises in the management of development projects that focus on education and human resource development (HRD).
"AI has a head office staff of approximately 10 people plus another 5 staff exclusively dedicated to and funded by the Australian Youth Ambassadors Project. It has an office in Indonesia, PT Austraining Nusantara, and a registered company in Papua New Guinea. AI has a number of agents throughout Asia, the Pacific, the Indian Sub-Continent and the Middle East." 
Accessed September 2007: 
- Bob Hogarth, Chairman
- John Bastian, Director
- Joy Palmer, Director
- Carolyn Procter, Director
- Kym Davis, Chief Executive
Resources and articles
- Flint Duxfield and Kate Wheen, "Fighting Poverty or Fantasy Figures?", AidWatch, May 2007.