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National not-for-profit community leader David Crosbie to deliver keynote at CCA Summit

National not-for-profit and for-purpose community leader David Crosbie (pictured) will deliver a keynote address at CCA’s upcoming National Adult and Community Education (ACE) Summit on 29 June. As the CEO of Community Council for Australia, David Crosbie brings a deep and broad understanding of the role, functions and challenges of Australian not-for-profit organisations. David’s talk to the ACE National Summit Continue Reading

CCA releases statement on expansion of VET Student Loans

CCA has released a Statement on the proposed expansion of VET Student Loans (VSL) to Certificate III and IV levels. In the Statement, CCA expresses its serious reservations about the expansion of VSL to Certificate III level. Background to the Statement Currently, VSL are limited to students enrolled in approved courses at diploma level or above. As a lead-in to Continue Reading

CCA launches new governance and executive leadership audio podcast series

Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has launched a new eight-part governance and executive leadership audio podcast series. Prepared specifically for senior executives and boards directors of not-for-profit Australian adult and community education (ACE) organisations, the series aims at improving organisational governance and deal with some of the most common – and pressing – leadership problems. Programs can be accessed directly from Continue Reading

Don’t settle for the minimum in aged care training – Yasmin King

Yasmin King, CEO of SkillsIQ (pictured), writes below that we cannot settle for the minimum in aged care training. Read her full piece on the SkillsIQ website. CCA’s upcoming National ACE Summit on 29 June will deal with these and related aged care training issues. ***** “In the Certificate III in Individual Support Worker qualification, we see training providers who Continue Reading

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