TAFE NSW – NORTH COAST INSTITUTE
- All TAFE NSW Institutes are Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) and meet national quality standards which are part of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF). These standards ensure the quality of vocational education and training services throughout Australia.
- TAFE NSW Institutes also have ISO 9001:2000 certification. This status demonstrates the ongoing commitment of TAFE NSW to quality management and continuous organisational improvement in order to provide better training outcomes for students.
- We support and foster innovation to enhance the quality of teaching and learning provided to our students. The TAFE NSW Quality Awards are held annually to recognise the contributions of TAFE teachers and staff. Introduced in 1995 by the NSW TAFE Commission Board, the awards support continuous improvement of our staff based on teamwork, a systematic approach and quality principles. By sharing the knowledge gained from team projects each year, we are able to support and foster further innovation, enhance the quality of teaching and learning provided to our students.
WHC – Workplace Health Challenge
Workplace Health Challenge (WHC) is a leading health, fitness and weight loss company providing a range of challenge based events and programs for employees from small to medium sized enterprises through to government and local and international corporate organisations.
The WHC events provide long-term behavioural change within the workplace whilst creating self-esteem, leadership, motivation and inspiration. Employee’s lives are changed. The events improve staff health and well-being whilst reducing absenteeism and creating a positive workplace culture.
ASIAL (Australian Security Industry Association Limited) is the largest security industry Association representating the security industry in Australia. Established in 1969, ASIAL represents approximately 85% of the security industry in Australia and is committed to supporting its members, promoting standards and safeguarding public interests. From small, medium and large sized operations through to major users of security ASIAL represents all sectors of the security industry, including:
• Electronics – security monitoring, alarms/ access control/ biometrics/ CCTV – installation, manufacture and distribution
• Manpower – security officers/guards, mobile patrols, aviation passenger screening, cash management and transportation, crowd control, loss prevention
• Physical and barrier security – locksmiths, locks, screens, fencing, barriers, bollards
ASIAL plays a key role in driving Australian Standards, developing codes of conduct and raising the level of professionalism within the industry. As the voice of the industry, ASIAL performs a key role in representing the interests of the industry at a Federal and State/Territory government level.
The Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICC)is Australia’s pre-eminent international Chamber of Commerce and one of the country’s most prestigious and active national business organisations. The AICC’s national membership exceeds 1,000 leading Australian companies across a broad range of industry sectors.
The AICC has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth, as well as in Auckland and Tel Aviv. Each of these offices manages an extensive and impressive member network and events program to enhance non-partisan business networking at senior levels and vigorously promotes bilateral trade through inbound and outbound trade missions.
The Victorian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI) is the peak body for employers in Victoria, informing and servicing more than 15,000 members, customers and clients around the State.
Its focus is on leading business into the future. VECCI is committed to being the voice for business, representing and championing its members in a difficult regulatory environment.
VECCI’s success over more than 150 years is built on consistently providing leadership, information, representation and networking opportunities to businesses across the State.
SAI Global provides organizations around the world with information services and solutions for managing risk, achieving compliance and driving business improvement.
It provides aggregated access services to Standards, Handbooks, Legislative and Property publications; SAI Global audit, certify and register your product, system or supply chain; It facilitates good governance and awareness of compliance, ethics and policy issues and provide training and improvement solutions to help individuals and organizations succeed.
Environment Essentials has been a valued partner to many organisations since 1997, providing online access to legal obligation summaries in a comprehensive and simple language.
Providing monthly updates from subject matter experts on any changes to safety and environmental laws, ensures our clients are always kept informed. Environment Essentials also offers legal compliance audits and consulting services.
Environment Essentials’ aims to free up an organisation’s time to concentrate on their core business – let us do the legal compliance reporting work for you.
With the ever changing environment in the Emergency Management and Security areas, the need to involve many Industries and other key stakeholders connected to Emergency Management and Security emerged. Membership of the CGEIG now includes electricity supply, oil & gas supply, water supply, paper production, major suppliers, Emergency Service Agencies and State & Local Government. The CGEIG is focused on events that have industry wide implications, rather than those which can be isolated to one production Site. The CGEIG take a regional approach to major incidents and recognises the strategic importance of these facilities to Gippsland and the State of Victoria. The group provides a forum for Industry, Emergency Service Agencies and Key Government bodies to liaise and cooperate on Emergency Management and Security issues. The CGEIG provide a framework where companies can be called on to support Emergency Services Agencies and each other in an incident. The CGEIG has fostered close relationships between emergency services; industry and government, where information is shared to better understand dependencies. Members support each other and work closely together to plan and respond to emergencies including, but not limited to coal mine fires, floods and industrial incidents that may occur in Gippsland.