Role of the Board
The governance of Central Gippsland Institute of TAFE (GippsTAFE) is provided by the Institute's Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is responsible and accountable for:
- governing in a manner that ensures the Institute is efficiently and effectively managed
- ensuring the population of the area is effectively served with technical and further education that best suits their needs
- providing adult, community and further education services which are responsive to the needs of industry and the community as well as ensuring that all of its statutory obligations are met.
In administering appropriate governance the Directors ensure that the Board provides a clear direction for the Institute and ensures its sustainability and viability into the future.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors comprises twelve Directors who all individually share a commitment to TAFE and its mission to provide a valuable and integrated technical and further education service to industry, the community and the Victorian Government.
|Dr Peter Whitley
Institute CEO Member
Executive Officer to the Board
Executive Officer to the Board:
To ensure the highest level of effectiveness the Board's activities are co-ordinated and managed through an Executive Officer.
The Executive Officer provides advice, advocacy and administrative functions to the Board and ensures that the Board is enabled in its activities through the provision of services and support mechanisms of the highest possible standard.
Communication with the Board and its Directors is through the Executive Officer.
The role of the Executive Officer is undertaken by Jenni Griffiths.
Phone: (03) 5120 4507