Yes you can. However, it is not possible for us to provide a response unless we have contact details. Sometimes we need to verify the content of the feedback before any action or investigation can be undertaken. If no contact details are provided, then further action may not be possible.
South West TAFE collects personal information from our clients in many ways. In each case the privacy of the individual is our utmost priority. We have obligations to maintain the individual’s privacy in accordance with the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 and the Information Privacy Act 2000.
If you wish to be contacted in relation to your feedback, you will need to provide us with an email, phone number or postal address when you submit your feedback.
The Audit & Compliance Officer is South West TAFE’s nominated contact for all complaints or feedback issues. Please contact them via the feedback link provided on the website or phone 1300 648 911.
Any documentation provided as part of your feedback or collected during an investigation of your claims, will be retained in accordance with Public Records Office, Victoria, Authority for Records of Higher and Further Education Institutions.
Yes you can. You will need to complete a Freedom of Information claim. You will only be provided with access to this information, if you have previously provided your contact details in relation to the feedback.
A short survey is available to all enrolled students to provide feedback about their experiences while studying with us.
We will use this feedback to help improve the quality of our training programs and associated services.
If you would like to lodge a complaint you can do so in accordance with the organisation’s Complaints Resolution procedure and using the below forms.
While South West TAFE endeavours to resolve all issues raised through our Complaints Resolution Procedure there may be instances where you are not satisfied with the resolution and/or decision provided by the organisation.
If the organisation is unable to resolve your complaint and you would like the matter to be reconsidered, you do have the option of an internal appeal. You can also seek an external review of the organisations decision by the Victorian Ombudsman.
The Victorian Ombudsman
The Victorian Ombudsman is an independent officer of the Victorian Parliament who investigates complaints about state government departments, most statutory authorities and local government.
The Ombudsman is independent and impartial and provides a free service.
Contact Details for the Victorian Ombudsman