The ITECA Executive Leadership Briefings are are an exciting opportunity for senior executives from independent providers in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sectors to hear from leaders across government and industry.
Guest speakers include Ministers, Shadow Ministers, senior government officials, plus leaders from across the nation’s business community. These events empower those attending through receiving unique insights into what is driving changes to the commercial and regulatory environment in which independent tertiary education providers deliver high-quality outcomes.
The Victorian Opposition's Approach To Tertiary Education
Dr. Matthew Back MLC ◾ Victorian Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Training & Skills
There are two alterative visions for the role of independent tertiary education providers in Victoria, and this instalment of the ITECA Leadership Briefing affords you the opportunity to better understand one of them.
Dr Matthew Bach MLC is the Victorian Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Training and Skills. This is your opportunity to hear from him one the following key issues.
…….The issues to be canvassed in this presentation —
…….◾ The Victorian Opposition’s views on the role of independent providers.
…….◾ Possible reforms to Victorian vocational education and training funding.
…….◾ Options to strengthen engagement between independent RTOs and government
With a keen interest in tertiary education, Dr back holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne (with First Class Honours in Politics), a Graduate Diploma of Teaching and Learning from Charles Darwin University, and a PhD in History from the University of Melbourne.
Prior to his election to Parliament, he was the Vice Principal and Head of the Senior School at Ivanhoe Girls' Grammar School. At Ivanhoe Girls' Grammar School he was a driving force behind the changes to the school uniform [and policies], which is currently under review and subject to be re-designed.
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A priority for ITECA is to empower members with the information to make informed business decisions, that's what makes the following installments in the ITECA Executive Leadership Briefings such a tool in your decision making.
2021 ITECA Executive Leadership Briefings
◾ Hon. Sue Ellery MLC — WA Minister for Education & Training (25 Feb 2021).....[More Info]
◾ Hon. Gayle Tierney MLC — VIC Minister for Training & Skills (23 Mar 2021).....[More Info]
◾ Hon. Geoff Lee MP — NSW Minister for Skills & Tertiary Education (1 Jun 2021).....[More Info]
◾ Hon. David Pisoni MP — SA Minister for Innovation & Skills (17 Aug 2021).....[More Info]...
The ITECA Executive Leadership Briefings are a high-value business and career opportunity. They introduce you to key stakeholders across government, the business community, and education sector who can help provide you with insights into make informed business decisions. Past speakers have included.
◾ Kate Carnell AO — Small Business & Family Enterprise Ombudsman
◾ Ged Kearney MP — Federal Shadow Minister for Skills
◾ Craig Robertson — Chief Executive Officer, TAFE Directors Australia
◾ James Pearson — Chief Executive Officer, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
◾ Peter Strong — Chief Executive Officer, Council of Small Business Organisations Australia
ITECA members are united, informed and influential thanks to events such as the ITECA Executive Leadership Briefings, it’s a great time to get involved.
Further Information ―
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