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TAFE Directors Australia

UNEVOC Centre since 2015


Website
http://www.tda.edu.au

Country

Australia

Reid, ACT


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TAFE Directors Australia (TDA) is the peak national body incorporated to represent Australia’s 58 government owned Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes and university TAFE divisions, and the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC).

Australia’s TAFE Institute network is the largest and most diverse tertiary education sector in Australia with more than 1000 campuses located across Central Business Districts (CBD), suburban, regional and remote locations, with many institutes offering further services throughout the Asia-Pacific and other offshore regions.

The core business of TDA is supporting our member institutes, leading the advocacy for quality skills in Australia, and managing a range of international education and training projects in cooperation with our institutes.

TAFE’s vision is to be recognized as a pre-eminent provider of tertiary education in Australia and as a global standard in vocational education and training. It aims to champion TAFE institutes by enhancing their reputation and brand, leading policy thinking, influencing decision-makers and advising and supporting TAFEs.



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