The Community Colleges Australia (CCA) Conference includes the most complete range of educational, resource and other organisational service providers ever featured at an Australian community education event: a record 17 organisations.
Joining Coverforce at the Conference is Ansvar Insurance, one of Australia’s most unique insurers, specialising in the community, care, education and faith sectors. Founded in 1887, Ansvar is an ethical insurer, with all available profits going to charitable causes through programs such as their community education program.
Hill Rogers is a Sydney CBD-based audit, assurance, tax, advisory and business solutions company that specialises in not-for-profit organisations, mergers and acquisitions and risk management. In addition to its charitable work, Hill Rogers partners with the St George Bank to produce a media industry economic update.
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Audit Express: Audit Express is unique in the Australian VET service provider landscape. Principals Kevin Ekendahl (Managing Director) and Matthew Dale (Operations Manager) – who will both be at the Conference (Kevin is also presenting) – bring an unparalleled commitment to Australia’s not-for-profit community education providers. When you need them on your side, they are tough. Few private organisations can show as much commitment to Australia’s VET sector as Audit Express. CCA welcomes their continued support.
Training Resource Solutions offers high quality training resources and assessment tools, all designed to save training organisations time, expense and frustration. Training Resource Solutions provides quality training resources and assessment tools in hospitality & tourism, business services, retail services, foundation skills and transport & logistics, to more than 170 Australian RTOs.
Rural Skills Australia: Given that Australia’s not-for-profit community education sector is over-represented in regional and rural Australia, Rural Skills Australia (RSA) – a not-for-profit organisation that works with the National Farmers’ Federation – is especially important. RSA fosters improved rural and related industry involvement in structured education and training, working with RTOs and industry bodies to support agriculture, horticulture and conservation land management training packages.
Australia’s Copyright Agency is a not-for-profit organisation that provides simple licensing solutions to allow educational providers to use copyright-protected words and images. The Copyright Agency vision is for “a world that encourages and supports creativity, communication and learning.” They help to implement that vision by through their philanthropic Cultural Fund, providing grants to support writing, publishing and visual arts.
CCA is thrilled to have the support of an unprecedented number of Bronze sponsors, including:
The VET Development Centre (VDC) – established by the Victorian Government – specialises in providing fee for service continuing professional learning webinars, workshops, and seminars well as customised consultancy to the Australian VET sector.
Aspire Learning Resources is a not-for-profit company that specialises in developing competency-based training and assessment resources for VET. The company’s microlearning modules recently won the Educational Publishing Award in the TAFE and Vocational Education Teaching and Learning Resource. Aspire also offers grants through its foundation.