SCG wins WSABE Cooee Employer of Choice Award 2017


Southern Cross Group is now the proud winner of WSABE’s (Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence) Employer of Choice Award 2017 and also was a finalist in Business Leader category.

WSABE is hosted by the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce and recognises businesses within the Greater Western Sydney region for their outstanding achievements and success.

Also known as Cooee Employer of Choice Award, we can now put the prestigious award on the pedestal for the whole world to witness. (more…)

SCG makes it to the finalist’s list at WSABE 2017

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  • 16 August, 2017
SCG makeit to the finalist's List at WSABE 2017

It is with great pride we announce that Southern Cross Group is nominated for WSABE 2017 Business Leader and Employer of Choice categories following on from our victory at the 2015 WSABE Business Excellence Awards.

Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) receives over 300 entries across many categories and once again Southern Cross Group have made it the finalist’s list.

CEO Sam Johnson is nominated for Business Leader of the year and Southern Cross Group is nominated in the Employer of Choice category.

Fingers Crossed until the winners are announced.


See WSABE 2017 finalist’s list here.

We wish Sam the best of luck.

Why Vocational Training & Education?

Vocational Training and Education

Education and gaining a qualification is not limited to the young, it also is readily available to just about everyone. Vocational Education & Training is a practical approach to training, meaning that it is mostly about having a person demonstrate they can perform a task or a group of tasks. In addition, being able to answer questions or write a short paragraph on what needs to be done to complete a task successfully.

Not everyone who leaves school wants to go onto University, however most people recognise they do need a qualification to compete for new job roles or promotions. Vocational Education & Training provides that opportunity to set individuals up for success. It is available to those entering the work force and those who have been in the work force for many years.

Southern Cross Group has a Vocational Education & Training business that is currently focused on a number of business qualifications that meet the needs of job seekers and those already in the work force. (more…)

Southern Cross Group Signs MoU with the Institute for Drone Technology

Southern Cross Group Signs MoU with the Institute of Drone Technology.

Southern Cross Group and The Institute for Drone Technology sign MoU to investigate the practical deployment of Drone Technology across its Security and Facility portfolios.

Southern Cross Group is proud to announce the milestone signing of a partnership agreement with “The Institute for Drone Technology”. This keystone partnership will allow Southern Cross Group to explore the practical application of drone technology across a multitude of its sites nationally.

Working with the leading providers of drone doctrine and capability in Australia, SCG believes this partnership will bring about fundamental change to the security sector, not only in terms of personal safety to staff, but to the reporting and force multiplier capacity that drone technology provides. (more…)

Sleeping Out for Change

Southern Cross Group CEO Sam Johnson - CEO Sleepout 2017

Southern Cross Group CEO Sam Johnson has once again taken part in the annual Vinnies ‘CEO Sleepout’ to help raise money and awareness for the plight of the thousands of homeless people struggling during these dark winter nights. More than just a networking event, this endeavour hopes to engender real empathy from those for whom homelessness is often so far from mind. Beginning as a local community venture in Parramatta in 2006, the Sleepout has now grown to become an annual event that raises upwards of $5,000,000 for charities dealing with this ever worsening issue.

Sharing his experience of the event Sam Johnson stated that he had the chance to meet Rabbi Dovid Slavin (founder and director of Our Big Kitchen in Bondi, Chaplain to the NSW Ambulance service, co-founder of Gift of Life Australia, and director of The Rabbinical College of Sydney & Yeshiva College) as well as Monika Tu – Director of ‘Black Diamondz Property Concierge’.

Why Leadership Management Training

Leadership and Management Skills

Responding to unanticipated challenges in today’s business world has become a key skill especially for people in leadership and management roles or for people who aspire to become one. One of the best ways to develop or strengthen leadership and management skills is to enrol in leadership and management training course, which will create a multitude of opportunities in various areas.
What are the benefits of enrolling in the course?  The course helps in strengthening your leadership and management skills and thereby help in transforming your company from good to great.  Here are few things that the course attendees will learn to become a successful leader.

The course introduces you to the essential skills and techniques that help in looking at problems from a different perspective. This adds clarity and promotes self-confidence to deal with unanticipated challenges with clarity and professionalism.

Empowering Success
Leaders are not born, they are made. The leadership and management course emphasises the point that a little extra effort and skill is all that is required to be a great leader. The course brings out the leader in you and empowers you to succeed.

Skill Development
The course introduces valuable skills that are required to lead effectively, including the often-tricky skills needed to persuade and influence people, which helps in career growth.

Southern Cross Pacific is a proud sponsor of The Long Walk 2017

The Long Walk 2017

Michael Long, prominent Indigenous figure in AFL, played for Essendon Football Club between 1989 and 2001.

Standing tall against racial abuse throughout his football career, on November 21st 2004 Michael Long walked over 650 kilometres from his home in the suburbs of Melbourne, all the way to Parliament House in Canberra to meet the then Prime Minister John Howard, to voice his concern about racial abuse in sports. He was accompanied by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous supporters on the walk to Canberra. (more…)