ITECA New South Wales – Funded provider interest group


The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) provides the opportunity for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) across New South Wales to meet and discuss the State Government's funding of vocational education and training courses.

As a member of ITECA New South Wales, your organisation is empowered to understand and influence the 'Smart & Skilled' funding program.


Member Engagement ― 
ITECA New South Wales Funded Provider Group Activities


◾ Quarterly updates on 'Smart & Skilled' program delivery and performance.
◾ Advance notice of proposed changes to the 'Smart & Skilled' program.
◾ Discuss funding allocation in the current and future years.
◾ Meet with colleagues that share your interest to delivering quality programs.

If your RTO supports students through accessing New South Wakes Government funding, participating in this group will keep keep you up to date with changes to the 'Smart & Skilled' program and the associated compliance and reporting obligations.


Download ― 
ITECA New South Wales Member Engagement


◾ ITECA New South Wales Funded Provider Group Brochure [PDF]
ITECA - Meeting schedule

Importantly, the discussions amongst the ITECA New South Wales membership provide invaluable feedback to Training Services NSW, ensuring that decisions concerning program design and delivery have been made with an understanding of your views and that of others who share your commitment to quality.

The great thing is participation in the ITECA New South Wales Funded Provider Interest Group comes at no additional cost, it’s all part of your organisation’s ITECA membership.

Further Information ―

To find out more about getting involved in the ITECA New South Wales Funded Provider Group send an email to or telephone 1300 421 017.  Keep up to date via Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.

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