The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) brings together independent non-government providers in the higher education, vocational education and training sectors. ITECA provides the media with a single focal point from which to seek advice on matters affecting the tertiary education sector.
With the active participation of our members, ITECA offers an authoritative view on matters including:
ITECA’s Areas of Expertise ―
- Regulation of independent tertiary education providers.
- Funding of providers delivering accredited and non-accredited training programs.
- International education provision by Australian tertiary education providers.
- Issues associated with delivery and assessment of qualifications.
- The changing nature of work and the need for workforce reskilling.
- Matters affecting tertiary education providers as businesses and employers
The ability of ITECA to provide timely insights is underpinned by the fact that our members support more than 50% of the students studying with an independent vocational education and training provider. Further, ITECA represents more than half of the independent higher education providers, a united community of informed and influential providers.
ITECA Media Contact ―
t: 1300 421 017
ITECA’s focus is on leading the debate on the reforms government needs to make which will give Australia a world-class tertiary education sector. The relationship between the higher education and the vocational education and training systems must change. ITECA’s evidence-based approach to policy and recognition by government as a leading source of advice are what have positioned ITECA as a leading voice for change.
Further Information ―
To keep up to date with the issues facing the ITECA membership, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ITECAust or Facebook at www.facebook.com/ITECAust. Alternatively, send an email to email@example.com or telephone 1300 421 017.
ITECA Page Reference ― www.iteca.edu.au/Media-Contact
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