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The QuIET Network (Quality in Education and Training Network) was established in 1994. The Network incorporates both public and private RTOs with a focus on:

Assistance in the continuous improvement and best practice

Provide a means by which members are able to further develop their knowledge of quality concepts and practices in regard to all matters relating to Quality in Vocational and Further Education

Reflect the views of its members, and provide advice and assistance on Quality practice, to the national regulator and state authorizes

To facilitate liaison between Quality related peak bodies and Vocational and Further Education Quality practitioners

Since its establishment, the Network has provided a consistent and effective vehicle for staff working in the area of quality to gain support and share their experiences as well as providing a critical forum for members to hear from experts in quality to increase their knowledge and skills. The network has approximately 70 members (a combination of individual and corporate memberships) with representatives from TAFE Institutes, Dual Sector Universities and private registered providers.

In addition to this, the Network has operated effectively as a means for such organisations as the Higher Education and Skills Group (part of DET), ASQA -Australian Skills Quality Authority and the Victorian Registration & Qualifications Authority (VRQA), and their predecessors, to meet with quality representatives of member organisations to seek information and also to implement initiatives throughout the training system.

The Network has made a significant contribution to the efficient and effective take-up of quality in training organisations.

The ever-changing landscape of VET regulation and the impact of the external environment will have a major effect of the way RTOs will need to structure or operate in the future. The Quiet Network will assist and work through the coming changes with members.

QuIET Network Memberships


Access to networking and exclusive special events with other QuIET Network members


Free professional development activities for you to expand your and grow your knowledge


Access to the the QuIET Network’s membership area with user forums, supporting documents, meeting agenda’s and minutes.


Voting rights at general and annual meetings and eligibility to stand for election to an office of the network

Meet Our Comittee Members

Andrew Shea


Chief Executive Officer
House of Learning – Builders Academy Australia

Years in the VET sector industry – 18 years

Over the past 18 years, Andrew has held Senior Management and Executive level positions across a range of post-secondary education sector providers. As a trained educator Andrew holds a range of tertiary qualifications including a Master of Education – Educational Management degree.

Dr Marie M Little


Education Quality Auditor & Compliance Officer | Academic Governance

TAFE Gippsland

Years in the VET sector industry – 24 Years

Corinna Hunter


VET Compliance Coordinator

The Gordon Institute of TAFE

Years in the VET sector industry – 5 years

Neera Basnet


Quality Business Partner Academic Quality

Box Hill Institute

Dedicated to elevating the quality of VET education with diverse skill set in educational management.

Expertise spans Quality Assurance, Audit Management, Regulatory Compliance, Contractual Obligations, People Management and Coaching, Administrative Oversight, Continuous Improvement, Problem Solving, and a strong focus on Student and Client Satisfaction.

Robert Broggian


Acting Manager Education Quality and Compliance

William Angliss Institute of TAFE

Years in the VET sector industry – 15 Years


Hospitality Industry professional who holds graduate qualifications in Hospitality and post graduate qualifications in Vocational Education and Training. Experiences in VET range from trainer/assessor, Course Co-ordinator and Academic Director at private RTOs culminating in current role in TAFE.

Sandip Rattan


Quality Consultant VET

Melbourne Polytechnic

Years in the VET sector industry – 26 Years

Kylie Houghton

General Committee Member

William Angliss Institute

Years in the VET sector industry – 15 years

Kylie Houghton is an accomplished education professional, presently employed as Education Quality and Curriculum Advisor at William Angliss. Kylie’s expertise encompasses curriculum and assessment development, quality assurance, and stakeholder engagement.

Carina Woolcomb

General Committee Member

Quality Consultant VE

Swinburne University of Technology

Years in the VET sector industry – 21 Years

Chris Enright

General Committee Member


RTO Logic

Years in the VET sector industry – 15 years

Chris has more than 15 years’ experience in the Education and Training sector, assuming key leadership roles, driving business improvement and development for training organisations across the country. He is the Director of RTO Logic, a consultancy firm that provides wrap-around services to the VET sector with a strong focus on regulatory and state funding compliance, resource development, and professional development.

Sharyn Bellingham

General Committee Member

CEO and Owner

Nepean Industry Edge Training (NIET)

Years in the VET sector industry – 30 years

Cindy Doyle

General Committee Member

Quality and Compliance Advisor

The Gordon Institute of TAFE

Years in the VET sector industry – 14 years

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