Review the data highlighting the independent
tertiary education sector’s reputation for quality.
Join a growing community that includes more than
half the nation’s independent higher education providers.
Be part of the largest network of vocational
training providers with a commitment to quality.
Providing credentials for trainers and assessors that have a commitment to quality.
ITECA’s policy team in Canberra works with
members to drive reforms to support the sector.
The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) is a growing community of independent higher education providers that share your commitment to excellence. It would be great to have your organisation involved as a member.
ITECA membership is an investment in your team. It empowers your team with the information to make informed business decisions and the influence to drive reform. It’s a great time to get involved.
ITECA Membership —
Empowering Your Team With Information & Influence
ITECA membership is particularly relevant to dual sector higher education providers - those that also operate a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Dual sector providers face unique challenges and as an ITECA member, you'll have the opportunity to join senior management from other providers to share experiences and shape the future of Australia’s vocational education and training sector.
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If you have any questions about joining, contact the ITECA membership team via email at [email protected] or by telephone on 1300 421 017.
Take the next step to empower your team with information and influence by making an application for your higher education institution to become an ITECA member.
ITECA Membership – It’s a great time to get involved.
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Two new higher education appointments to the ITECA Board have been made, Prof. Alan Bowen-James and Prof. Kathryn von Treuer.
A review by parliament of the higher education sector’s regulator produces mixed results and highlights that there are still opportunities to improve.