Submission to the Treasury: Education and Training Expense Deductions for Individuals

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IHEA members are in favour of the government expanding the tax deductibility of education to include courses not linked to a person’s employment. This is seen as a positive move towards incentivising Australians to reskill and transition through different careers, recognising the pattern of employees operating in multiple industries through their lifetime.

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Submission: Higher Education Legislation Amendment

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IHEA supports the recommendations of the PCS Review and their implementation in the TEQSA Act. These recommendations provide coherence and transparency to the categories of Australian higher education providers through…

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IHEA Provider Category Standards Submission

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In our submission to the Higher Education Standards Panel, IHEA has made recommendations to improve processes and outcomes for higher education students and the providers they choose to enable them to pursue their life goals.

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IHEA CRICOS Cost Recovery Submission

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As the leading peak body representing Australia's quality independent higher education providers, IHEA advocates for a regulatory model which allows providers to focus on course quality and student success without undue reporting and regulatory burdens.

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IHEA Comments on Draft Contract Cheating Bill

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IHEA responded to the draft of the contract cheating bill that was released by the Department of Education for public comment. This is part of a series of actions the government is taking in response to the Higher Education Standards Panel's advice about tackling contract cheating.

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