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Stage

Seed VC | Alive

Total Raised

$1.12M

Last Raised

$1.12M | 3 yrs ago

About Iteca

Iteca uses video and video games to train employees.

Iteca Headquarter Location

Angouleme,

France

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Latest Iteca News

Aus: ITECA and TDA raise onshore transfer concerns

Sep 15, 2021

Posted on Australian higher education peak bodies  Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia  and TAFE Directors Australia  have submitted a joint statement to the department of education , as well as to national regulatory bodies in tertiary education, on concerns relating to practices adopted by some providers. ITECA has also called on government to create a framework for onshore international student agents. Photo: pexels Share this: About Elise Searson-Prakaash After studying at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Elise’s media career began on air in regional radio. Before jumping ship to print media, Elise majored in Photojournalism at Queensland College of Art leading her to secure a job as staff Photographer and Multi-media specialist for Queensland Newspapers. She has received national and international awards for her photographic practice and most recently worked as a Photojournalist for Region Media. When not working, Elise escapes to inhale the crisp air in the Snowy Mountains or goes East to the pristine waters on the coast all the while chasing her two young children around and continuing to work on photographic projects. The joint statement suggests that the practices can have a cascading effect on the sector as a whole The joint statement speaks of concerns regarding practices adopted by a number of providers in facilitating onshore student transfers between institutions, by offering excessively low fees and downgraded study assurances that may not satisfy Australian educational or industry expectations. The statement states that with such practices,  “the objects of the Education Services for Overseas Students  Framework – which include the need to protect and enhance Australia’s reputation for quality education and training – are at risk of not being upheld”. Speaking to The PIE, Troy Williams, CEO of ITECA said that the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency and the Australian Skills Quality Authority should carefully monitor enrolments “at a time when international borders are closed”. “We want to see students committed to their studies, free from undue influence of change providers” “They need to get to the bottom as to why a provider suddenly has an immediate increase in onshore student enrolments,” he suggested. As the peak body representing independent providers in both the higher education and vocational training sectors, ITECA is “committed to ensuring that international students get the highest quality education”, he continued. “We want to see students committed to their studies, free from undue influence of change providers.” The joint statement suggests that although these practices may be undertaken by a cohort of operators, it can have a cascading effect on the sector as a whole. At a time when the onshore international student numbers have been rapidly declining and the sector is battling hard to “rebuild out of the pandemic”, such disingenuous practices could lead to “tarnishing the reputation of Australian international education”. Speaking to The PIE on this issue, Jenny Dodd, interim CEO of TAFE Directors Australia said that “as public providers, TAFEs are committed to ensuring all international students receive a quality education outcome”. In his comments to The PIE, Williams also highlighted “the need to provide a stronger framework for the regulation of international student agents”. With record low numbers of international student commencements in tertiary education over the past 18 months, Australia’s HE providers are grappling with a number of issues. The sector needs to uphold its quality assurance and standards more than ever. Capturing this sentiment, the statement proposes a series of steps for the government and regulatory bodies going forward. This includes a multi-agency committee comprising government departments, peak body representatives, and regulatory bodies analysing international student, provider, and onshore agent data to make policy recommendations for eliminating negative practices and suggest process improvements. ITECA has also called on government to create a framework for onshore international student agents.

  • Where is Iteca's headquarters?

    Iteca's headquarters is located at Angouleme.

  • What is Iteca's latest funding round?

    Iteca's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did Iteca raise?

    Iteca raised a total of $1.12M.

  • Who are the investors of Iteca?

    Investors of Iteca include Crédit Mutuel de Bretagne, Le Flohic Investissements and Bpifrance.

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