VDC 2016 ANNUAL REPORT
The VDC is pleased to share the past year’s successes through the VDC 2016 Annual Report which was released on 30 April 2017. This report is significant for the VDC as it is the first annual report produced by the company. The new format provides an ideal platform to succinctly highlight the role, activities and achievements of the VDC over 2016, in addition to the statutory financial reporting for the period.
In 2016 the VDC hosted over 6,700 participants over 234 government funded and fee for service events held by the VDC, a record year of engagement. Also over 3,500 people attended 108 VDC fee for service activities including workshops, webinars and major stakeholder events over the year. This report also provides a snapshot on our Board Priorities and 2016-2020 Strategic Plan. Read more
I would also like to highlight that the 2017 Skills First Specialist Scholarship Grants Program is now open and will close on Friday 5 May 2017. The Scholarships are available to non-teaching staff who wish to develop their skills, capability and professional standing within the VET system. Among the services provided by specialist staff are student support, student administration, human resources, learning design, records management, purchasing, learning resources, information technology, occupational health and safety and financial management. Read more
Chief Executive Officer