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Australia’s independent tertiary education sector includes businesses in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sectors. They have a track record for excellence, providing the quality outcomes that students and their employers look for.

The 2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report will be published at a unique time, one in which the nation recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic. It highlights how the nation’s investment in both the higher education sector and the vocational training sector will provide the nation with the skilled and educated workforce necessary to support the economic recovery.

What’s significant is that the 2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report highlights the opportunities to ensure that the multibillion dollar investment in tertiary education can provide better value for students, businesses and taxpayers.

Bringing together data from a range of sources and including unique insights, the 2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report includes the following 

   

Insights —
2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report Highlights


 

■ The changes in skills investment and comparison between state / territories
■ Variation to student numbers and comparison between state / territories
■ Levels of student and employer satisfaction by provider types
■ An assessment of where government should invest to provide the best outcomes
■ Performance of Australia’s international education sector
■ Investment in independent higher education and student satisfaction.
■ The importance of independent tertiary education to remote and rural Australia
■ The nation’s investment to support indigenous Australian skills
■ How the nation’s investment in skills supports women in the workforce.

The 2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report is a crucial document for all interested in Australia’s economic future and the vital role that Australia’s independent tertiary education sector will play in securing the nation’s long-term economic security. For government, it will recast their thinking on how to best manage the nation’s investment in tertiary education.

Don’t miss the release of the 2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report via videoconference on 12 October 2021. You can register via the link below.

 

Get Involved —
2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report Launch


 

Event Registration – Tuesday, 12 October 2021 [Videoconference]
ITECA Membership – Get Involved....<< Not A Member - Apply today

ITECA is the peak body representing independent providers in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sectors. Members are empowered with the information to make informed business decisions and the influence to drive reform. The 2021 ITECA State Of The Sector Report is one of the many ways this is achieved.

A growing community of independent tertiary education providers, ITECA members are empowered, informed and influential. If your organisation isn’t a member, apply today.

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


 


   

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