Central Institute of Technology
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Most Senior WA Executive.
|Lecturer, Solid Ground Program||2011|
|Lecturer of Business & Marketing, Learning & Development Consultant since 2013||2010|
|Lecturer, Marketing & Business||2009|
|Name||Position||Year Started||Year Ended|
|Derek Swarts||Acting Executive Director for Health, Education & Community Services||2015||2016|
|Kenley Gordon||Director, Marketing & Communications||2010||2016|
|Jason Washington-KIng||Principal Lecturer, Manager of the Centre for Training Excellence since 2014||2011||2016|
|Michael Sampson||Communications Coordinator||2009||2016|
|Sara Saberi||Technical Support Officer; Science Resources & Environment||2012||2014|
|Julie Hobbs||Principal Lecturer, Applied Design Portfolio||2001||2013|
|Ingrid Cumming||Manager, Noongar Kadadjiny Kulark Kart||2009||2012|
|Kelly Townson||Head of Marketing||2009||2010|
|Jane Fitzgerald||Manager Communications||0||2009|
|Kate Rowlands||Student & College Communications||0||2009|
|Carlo Vittiglia||Director Communications||0||2009|
|Gillian Hatt||Project Consultant, Women in Engineering||2006||2007|
|Georgia Cain||Student & College Communications||0||2007|
|Ty Theodore||Course Coordinator, Recreation & Outdoor Recreation||2006||2007|
|Sarah Boddendyke||Manager Student Commincations||2006|
|Greg Moyle||Student Communications||0||2006|
|Jonathan Smith||Marketing Manager||2004||2005|
|Mellisa Teede||Director & Program Manager, WA School of Health & Community Services||1999||2004|
|Paul Kristensen||Chair, Governing Council||1998||2001|
|Ben Oxford||Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies & Technical Report Writing||1998||2000|
|Colin Cameron||Senior Accountant||1994||1999|
|Mellisa Teede||Program Manager for the School of Language, Literacy & ESL||1995||1998|
BiographyThe former Central Institute of Technology was one of Australia's largest training institutes. It trained more than 29,000 students annually, including 1,300 international students. Central offered around 400 nationally accredited training courses across a wide variety of training areas and was the primary deliverer of higher-level technical and professional qualifications within the state. Central's had five campuses which were located in the hub of Perth's cultural and business districts. In April 2016, the state government restructured the TAFE system, amalgamating the 11 TAFE colleges into 5 TAFE Colleges. As a result of the re-alignment Central Institute of Technology now falls under the umbrella of the North Metropolitan TAFE.
Biography last updated 14 Apr 2016