Domestic TAFE Policy Networks
The TDA Convention 2019, The Power of TAFE, provided a platform to seek to strengthen the way TAFEs and TAFE divisions of dual sector universities work together. The TAFE Policy Network on Regulation and Quality Operations, brings together those who are first-hand engaged with issues as a powerful source of input for establishing policy positions, learning and innovating, and can be a network for spreading TAFE better practice and key messages, while formulating well-argued positions that bring about change for the betterment of TAFE and their students.
Ronald JACKSON | Director, Strategy & Tertiary Financing
TAFE Directors Australia
M +61 (0) 418 979 031 | firstname.lastname@example.org
37 Constitution Avenue REID ACT 2600
TAFE Directors Australia established the Australian Higher Education Provider Network in 2013 to bring together TAFE providers of higher education across Australia. The aim is to promote collegiality, collaboration and sharing of knowledge about the development, delivery and administration of higher education programs.
There are currently 11 TAFE Institutes registered as Higher Education Providers (HEP) in Australia with 23 Institutes delivering over 100 accredited higher education qualifications across a range of industry sectors.
Members of the network include:
- Box Hill Institute
- Canberra Institute of Technology
- North Metropolitan TAFE
- Chisholm Institute
- Melbourne Polytechnic
- Southern Metropolitan TAFE
- TAFE NSW
- TAFE Queensland
- TAFE SA
- William Angliss Institute
The network is currently chaired by TAFE NSW according to the Guidelines for members