The Victorian Regional Dual-Sector University Partnership:  An Australian Model for Mass Higher               Education   ...
Total Number of    FTE 20091.4 Million     609000                813000    Higher Education       VET      Source: NCVER 2...
Source: NCVER 2011
Source: NCVER 2011
University of Ballaratis the third oldest site of higher learning inAustralia,is Australias only regional multi-sectoruniv...
University of Ballarat             High              er     TAF              Ed      E             48%     52%
Load         On Campus         Partner Providers         Off Shore               8%       20%                72%
Partnership ModelAn alternate form of educational deliverywhereby private or public institutions formcollaborative partner...
Ballarat...assesses and approves the Providers’ teaching staff;provides the curriculum;sets and moderates the assessments;...
University ofPartnerships
…Victorian Regional Dual-Sector       Partnership (DSP)to support delivery of bachelor degreeprograms across regional Vict...
MarketIn regional Victoria in the Diploma /Advanced Diploma there are 32,000students5 per cent take up1600+ new HE student...
build further depth and breadth of the regionalVictorian workforce through providingopportunity for access to degree level...
PartnersBendigo Institute of TAFECentral Gippsland Institute of TAFEEast Gippsland Institute of TAFEGoulburn Ovens Institu...
Coverage                     80% of Victoria                     80% of VictoriaVictorias mainland area is 227 010 sq kmFr...
Disciplines•   Business Management      •   Manufacturing                                 operations•   Hospitality       ...
• Certificate III in Childrens Services• Certificate IV in Childrens Services• Diploma in Childrens Services (Early  Child...
Model•   Collaborative regional program•   Curriculum development•   Collaborative governance•   Moderation model of quali...
Overseas Models•   University of Plymouth “network”     •   20 FE Colleges across SW England•   University of Western Engl...
Progress•   $24.5M Federal Government Grant•   Dedicated project teams (20 people)    •   TAFE and Ballarat University•   ...
The fact is, in today’s world, no enterprise, nouniversity and no national economy standsalone. There is an ecosystem of b...
Thank you• Todd Walker• Email dvc.lq@ballarat.edu.au• Twitter @dvc.lq
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The Victorian Regional Dual-Sector University Partnership - Todd Walker

  1. 1. The Victorian Regional Dual-Sector University Partnership: An Australian Model for Mass Higher Education Professor Todd Walker.Deputy Vice Chancellor (Learning and Quality), University of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
  2. 2. Total Number of FTE 20091.4 Million 609000 813000 Higher Education VET Source: NCVER 2011
  3. 3. Source: NCVER 2011
  4. 4. Source: NCVER 2011
  5. 5. University of Ballaratis the third oldest site of higher learning inAustralia,is Australias only regional multi-sectoruniversity,and offer secondary schooling, TAFE, highereducation, and research opportunities
  6. 6. University of Ballarat High er TAF Ed E 48% 52%
  7. 7. Load On Campus Partner Providers Off Shore 8% 20% 72%
  8. 8. Partnership ModelAn alternate form of educational deliverywhereby private or public institutions formcollaborative partnerships with the Universityto deliver tertiary education.
  9. 9. Ballarat...assesses and approves the Providers’ teaching staff;provides the curriculum;sets and moderates the assessments;ratifies results;handles appeals and discipline issuesannually reviews the relationship for quality assurancepurposesmeets with management twice-yearly;and graduates the students.
  10. 10. University ofPartnerships
  11. 11. …Victorian Regional Dual-Sector Partnership (DSP)to support delivery of bachelor degreeprograms across regional Victoria working indual-sector university partnership (DSP)with six regional TAFE Institutes in Victoria
  12. 12. MarketIn regional Victoria in the Diploma /Advanced Diploma there are 32,000students5 per cent take up1600+ new HE students by 2016
  13. 13. build further depth and breadth of the regionalVictorian workforce through providingopportunity for access to degree levelprograms; andcontribute to regional development andsustainability goals by explicitly addressingregional skill needs.
  14. 14. PartnersBendigo Institute of TAFECentral Gippsland Institute of TAFEEast Gippsland Institute of TAFEGoulburn Ovens Institute of TAFESunraysia Institute of TAFEWodonga Institute of TAFE
  15. 15. Coverage 80% of Victoria 80% of VictoriaVictorias mainland area is 227 010 sq kmFrance’s mainland area is 551,695 sq km
  16. 16. Disciplines• Business Management • Manufacturing operations• Hospitality • Transport and Logistics• Public Administration • Health• Information Technology • Rural/Agribusiness• Children’s Services
  17. 17. • Certificate III in Childrens Services• Certificate IV in Childrens Services• Diploma in Childrens Services (Early Childhood Education & Care)• Advanced Diploma in Children Services• Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)• Postgraduate Diploma in Education Studies (Early Childhood)
  18. 18. Model• Collaborative regional program• Curriculum development• Collaborative governance• Moderation model of quality control• Blended learning• DSP Higher Education Centres• Collaborative capacity building
  19. 19. Overseas Models• University of Plymouth “network” • 20 FE Colleges across SW England• University of Western England “Federation” • 11 FE Colleges• University of The Highlands and Islands, Scotland.
  20. 20. Progress• $24.5M Federal Government Grant• Dedicated project teams (20 people) • TAFE and Ballarat University• Aggregated demand model
  21. 21. The fact is, in today’s world, no enterprise, nouniversity and no national economy standsalone. There is an ecosystem of businesspartners, government agencies, universitiesand research labs, customers andcompetitors.Connectivity gives us the unprecedentedability to collaborate and learn from oneanother.
  22. 22. Thank you• Todd Walker• Email dvc.lq@ballarat.edu.au• Twitter @dvc.lq

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