It’s a dynamic environment for independent providers in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sectors. To ensure that professionals across the field have an awareness of the key issues, the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) publishes the ITECAustralia magazine.

Each edition of the ITECAustralia magazine empowers your team with the information to make informed business decisions. Download the latest edition from the link below.

ITECAustralia Magazine —
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■ TEQSA Exploring opportunities to support cyber security
■ What are the potential changes to the TAE Training Package?
■ TEQSA Exploring opportunities to support cyber security
■ NSW & QLD Skills funding contract changes
■ Collaboration driving Victoria’s skill system – Hon. Gayle Tierney MLC
■ International student return in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic
■ An international commissioner to drive the sector’s recovery from Covid-19?

If you’re looking to gain an in depth understanding of the issues set out in the ITECAustralia magazine, you’ll find information about getting more involved in the different interest group meetings. These events present you with the opportunity to meet with colleagues from across the sector to hear directly from leaders across government.

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The ITECAustralia magazine is one of the many ways that ITECA empowers your team with the information to make informed business decisions and the influence to drive reform.

ITECA Membership – It’s a great time to get involved.

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