Every TAFE is different. The following implementation steps and tools are flexible and adaptive so you can choose actions that are appropriate for your TAFE. For detailed information about each step download the guide.
The Respect and Equality in TAFE guide is slightly different for the state of Victoria and is also available for download.
The self-assessment process supports your TAFE to consider areas of strength and needs for improvement across the five domains – students, teaching and learning, workplace, communications, and industry and community.
The results will inform your tailored approach to promoting gender equality and preventing violence at your TAFE.
Effective partnerships are central to the success of the whole-of-TAFE approach and to your gender equity actions. Partnerships can be with staff, students, external stakeholders, community members and industry.
Once you have consulted staff, students and external partners, collated the information gathered, developed a robust Respect and Equality in TAFE action plan and created a monitoring framework, the next step is implementation.
Once you have collected and analysed monitoring data, it’s important to interpret the results and reflect on what this means for the activities you have implemented, the adjustments required and the next steps you should take.