Articulation and Pathways
In June 2016, Technical Education Australia (TEA) successfully entered into an understanding with the Southern Cross University (SCU). As per the understanding reached,

SCU confirmed TEA for the provision of AQF Vocational Qualification Linkage credit arrangements for Technical Education Australia qualifications on scope, including:

  • Diploma of Hospitality Management
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management
  • Diploma of Business
  • Advanced diploma of Business

By virtue of this understanding, SCU would extend recognition of prior learning and by extending credit transfers the students who would have completed Diploma of Hospitality Management would be able to enroll in a two year degree program, which otherwise is a three years degree program at the, and the Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management graduate students of TEA, will be able to enroll in an eighteen months degree program, which otherwise is a three year degree program.

International Collaboration
In March 2016, Technical Education Australia (TEA) entered into an international education collaboration program with a reputed Singapore institute - ICAS Training and Education College (ICASTEC). As per the collaborative program, ICASTEC graduate students would enroll in the Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management programs at TEA, and upon graduation, for further studies, would enroll into SCU graduate degree program.
The philosophy behind this agreement is to promote different cultural cuisines, hospitality experiences, knowledge and skills among the hospitality students. The pathway agreement between ICASTEC and TEA will provide students of ICASTEC, upon completion of their courses at ICASTEC, access to study in Australia, and will be eligible to:

  • Enroll in the Diploma of hospitality Management Program at TEA after completing Certificate IV (cookery) course at ICASTEC
  • Enroll in Advanced Diploma of Hospitality program at TEA after completing their Diploma (hospitality) program at ICASTEC