Quality at Tabor
Accreditation and Registration
Tabor is a registered private provider of accredited courses, and is also a Commonwealth Government approved Higher Education Provider (HEP). Tabor is a dual sector provider, offering both vocational education and training (VET) and higher education courses.
Tabor’s courses satisfy the national accreditation requirements of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) for its higher education courses, and the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) for its VET courses. The qualifications level of our courses are defined by, and compliant with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Information about the AQF can be found on the AQF website. Additionally, information on the status of our accredited Higher Education courses can be found on the TEQSA website.
The Bachelor of Education courses offered by Tabor have been approved by the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia. Graduates of these courses are eligible for positions in both government and non-government schools in Australia and overseas.
Tabor is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO code 4452) and operates according to the requirements of the “Standards for NVR Registered Training Organisations 2012”. Information about the status of our accredited VET courses can be found here.
The following Statement of Financial Standing, as required by the Higher Education Standards Framework 2015, is provided for information.
The Academic Board is responsible for monitoring course outcomes and ensuring that these are equivalent in standard to those of courses at the same level in a similar discipline in an Australian university.
Coursework Quality Assurance Committee & Research Quality Assurance Committee
Tabor has a Coursework Quality Assurance Committee and Research Quality Assurance Committee for the purpose of providing internal oversight and monitoring of academic standards, and reporting to academic staff and to the Academic Board on such matters.
Student Evaluation of Subjects
At the end of a subject students may be asked to complete an evaluation for that subject either online or in hard copy. Tabor utilises formal student evaluations to assist us to continuously improve our services to students.
Tabor participates in the national Australian Graduate Survey (AGS). The AGS has been conducted annually by Graduate Careers Australia (GCA) and higher education institutions in Australia since 1972. It is the premier survey to gather graduate feedback about their higher education experiences and graduate employment outcomes in Australia. The results of this survey are compiled by GCA and published nationally, together with all Australian University results.