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Head teacher forum june 2011

Head Teacher Forum June 2011


Head teacher forum june 2011

TAFE NSW-Sydney Institute

Head Teacher Forum 2011


Head teacher forum june 2011

Institute Achievements

Performance against Purchasing Agreement

Budget Reform

Improved People and Business Processes

Business Sustainability

Higher Level Qualifications

Governance Reform

Higher Education

Partnerships

Internationalisation

Industry Recognition


1 performance against purchasing agreement

1 Performance Against Purchasing Agreement

  • Course Completions at Cert III and above

  • ASH achieved through RPL

  • Enrolments at Cert III and above for all students

  • Course completions at Cert II and above for 16-24 Aboriginal students and mainstream students aged 16-24

  • Unit/module completion rates for Aboriginal students

  • Students engaged in training in sustainability

  • Training delivery in PPP (4,743 and over 1.3 million ASH)


2 budget reform

2 Budget Reform

  • Efficiency targets set by Sydney Institute Executive (SIE)

  • Budget Review Committee Developed

  • Budget analysis and benchmarking

  • Identification of ‘high cost areas’

  • Creation of the Finance Strategy Committee (FSC)

  • Models ‘10/’11 budget based on Pricing Model

  • FSC builds an indicative draft ‘11/’12 budget based on the new Pricing Model

  • Indicative budget benchmarked with:

    other Institutes (both Metro and non-Metro)

    the results of the analysis of high cost areas

  • Achieved budget efficiencies and on target to come in on budget


3 improved people and business processes

3 Improved People and Business Processes

  • New Ways of Working

  • Review of the Commercial Business Model

  • Review of the Faculty Model

  • Capability Development:

    • Quarterly Leadership Forums

    • Designated Head Teachers’ Forums

    • Institute Mentoring Program

    • ADcumen

    • HT Engagement


4 business sustainability

4 Business Sustainability

  • In 2010 the Institute exceeded the Purchasing Agreement Target for revenue contribution by 0.4%

  • Income in 2010 $58.36m (up 10.72% on previous year)

  • Surplus was $19.54m (up 42.4% on previous year)

  • As of April 2011 the Institute exceeded the Purchasing Agreement Target (19.7%) for revenue contribution by 7.4%

  • Investing in Sydney Institute linked to our Strategic Plan priority areas


5 higher level qualifications

5 Higher Level Qualifications

  • Increase in completions for new enrolments at Diploma and above has increased by 4.5%

Increase in enrolments in Cert III, Diploma and above

Increase in completions at Cert III and above


6 governance reform

6 Governance Reform

  • Listened to results of the Staff Survey

  • Involvement of HTs in Institute Executive Committees and Project Groups

  • Greater opportunity for SIE Members to engage in reform

  • To lead the strategic objectives and ambitions of the Institute

  • To guide institute planning, capability and leadership

  • Focus on customer focussed decision making

  • Greater role for the IAC


7 higher education

7 Higher Education

  • Bachelor of Design (Interior) at the Design Centre Enmore

  • Further degrees to be delivered in 2012

  • Stronger university articulation pathways

  • Possible franchise arrangement with an interstate university for 2012


8 partnerships

8 Partnerships

  • DET Queensland

  • QANTAS, Fuji Xerox, Woolworths

  • Training Existing Workers for 194 Companies

  • Delivered 30 training programs to Caltex

  • Appetite for Success

  • PLACE project

  • Learning to Work

  • University Partnerships


9 internationalisation

9 Internationalisation

  • Identify a range of products and services to support graduates to be competitive in the local and international market

  • Increase staff intercultural communication skills

  • Teacher exchanges – Marketing, Advertising, Mechanical Engineering, Architectural Design

  • Premier’s Scholarships

  • Worldskills

  • Executive video conferences

  • 165 staff members undertook cultural training

  • Aboriginal Cultural Education Program (ACEP)

  • Over 3,500 international student enrolments (VET)

  • 747 ELICOS enrolments

  • 7% increase in international student commencements


10 industry recognition and sustainability

10. IndustryRecognition and Sustainability

  • NSW VET in School Student of the Year

  • TAFE NSW State Medals for 28 of our Graduates

  • Graduate Designer of the Year

  • Series of awards at the DESIGNEX

  • Annalisa Capurro won a Sydney Interior Design Association Scholarship

  • Calvin Hough won a Gilli Award (Staff Category)

  • A finalist in the 2010 National Training Awards Skills for Sustainability, Education Institution Award

  • Best VET Collaboration (B-HERT) awards

  • HP Eco Solutions Awards (Image Optimisation Project)

  • Targets for reduction in resource consumption in all Performance Agreements and all Institute Planning

  • Member of the OECD Project (with all Metro Institutes

  • Sustainable Hydraulics Centre at Randwick

  • BTF funds used to implement sustainable initiatives throughout the Institute

  • 31% reduction in water consumption, 3% reduction in Electricity Consumption

  • Staff Sustainability Training


11 challenges

11. Challenges

  • Challenging external environment

  • Pace of change

  • Internal versus External

  • Underachievement in 2010 of Core ASH

  • SAP


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