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Engagement, Advocacy, and Advisory Councils

Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges is supported by two Engagement, Advocacy, and Advisory Councils (EAACs).

The primary function of the Engagement, Advocacy and Advisory Council (EAAC) is to provide the Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC) Governing Board and Chief Executive Officer with high level strategic advice and engagement and advocacy into industry and community.

As advocates for the range of courses and services provided by QATC, members of EAAC will be influential industry leaders appointed by the Governing Board.

The roles of the EAACs include, but are not limited to:

  • Engage with industry and stakeholders to gain information on strategic directions, contemporary specific industry issues and future requirements for education and research at a local, state and national level.
  • Advocate for QATC.
  • Advise externally to industry, stakeholders and clients on QATC capability and will advise internally through the above processes.
  • Work with the CEO and Executive Team in producing a timetable of events and opportunities their members will attend with the CEO and/or Executive and/or alone. These may include conferences, industry forums, Government and Company Board meetings, Ministerial and Director General representations on strategic issues.