ITECA College – Recognition for senior managers

Students, their employers and government want to trust independent VET providers and have the confidence that these businesses offer the quality outcomes they are looking for. To help provide assurance in this area the ITECA College of Vocational Education and Training Professionals offers the Certified Education Manager (CEM) credential.

The CEM credential gives assurance that the senior leadership of independent VET providers not only understand their regulatory compliance obligations, but also understand and share a commitment to what quality VET outcomes look like. The CEM credential is not available to every manager of an independent provider, it is only available to those with coalface experience in training and assessment delivery. These individuals will be readily identifiable through the use of the CEM post‐nominal, for example:

Mary Citizen CEM

Admission to the ITECA College of Vocational Education and Training Professionals builds confidence that the VET sector’s leadership have the skills, experience and commitment that’s common amongst quality providers.

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To gain the CEM credential an individual must have a qualification in training and assessment plus a relevant management qualification. Additionally, they must meet minimum expectations of ASIC with regard to Directors and Managers of a company. Importantly, the CEM credential is not available to those who have served as Directors or managers of a training provider in the higher education or vocational education and training sector that has had their registration suspended or recently cancelled by TEQSA, ASQA or certain state VET regulators.

Endorsement as a CEP or CEM provides the means to recognise these individuals with a commitment to superior professionalism, upholding industry standards and continued learning.

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