About the Role
The Program Director (VET) is an academically qualified and innovative subject matter expert who is responsible the vocational programs at the College and has a key role to play in providing strategic oversight and direction of the programs. The primary responsibility of the Program Director is to ensure the design and delivery of high quality learning opportunities for students based on the principles of enterprise education and the four pillars of student goals; academic, employment, migration and social. The Program Director ensures excellence in classroom and student development activities within the program to facilitate student acquisition of the personal, interpersonal and professional/vocational skills needed to be effective in the career area they have chosen to pursue. The Program Director works closely with the Academic Managers within the program to ensure that the program is consistent with the College’s values and objectives. The Program Director also explores and develops opportunities to repurpose the programs and its constituent courses to meet changing learner priorities.
Please find the position description and corresponding selection criteria at the link below.
Applications that do not address all selection criteria will not be considered. Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Accounting, Business, Hospitality, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Marketing, Management, Project Management, TESOL, Travel and Tourism
Please email resumes and your Working with Children Check clearance number to the Principal Academic Director: email@example.com
Australian Pacific College (APC) is governed by several Acts which decide how we operate as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). APC is required to ensure that all our training is done by suitably qualified trainers who are maintaining the correct level of professional development. Therefore we have provided this guide and checklist to assist our trainers in fulfilling and maintaining their qualifications. In addition to the official requirements APC has also added some supplementary requirements which need to be met.
1. Standards for RTOs 2015
These requirements can be viewed in full at www.training.com.au but can be condensed into the following statements;
Training and assessment is delivered by trainers and assessors who:
2. APC requirements
If you do not have a TAE40110, we encourage you to upgrade as soon as possible. The National Quality Council (NQC) has stated that effective from 17 June 2012, trainers must hold the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or be able to demonstrate equivalent competencies to the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Education Training Package. In addition, as of July 2014 the current elective unit TAELLN401A Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills will become a core unit in the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. All trainers currently holding a TAE40110 that does not include this unit will be required to complete the unit and provide evidence of its completion.
Similarly if you do not have the relevant vocational competencies for the level in which you are training we can also assist you in getting these at a reasonable cost. Please note that if you do not have these competencies you MUST demonstrate that you are taking steps to address this prior to the start of the next term. The NVR requires that these conditions have been met. Trainers who have not met these requirements may not have their contracts renewed for the next term.
Administration employment opportunities at APC
Please email resumes and your Working with Children Check clearance number to the Director of Administration: firstname.lastname@example.org