The awards are administered in accordance with the roles and responsibilities outlined in the Northern Territory Education and Care Awards Terms of Reference (ToR)
The ToR outlines the eligibility requirements of applicants, the award categories and roles and responsibilities of various parties involved with the awards including the awards coordinator and judging coordinator.
The Department of Education acts in a governance role to ensure management decisions are transparent and consistent with the ToR and intent of the awards. The department also provides financial and officer support to guide and assist with the coordination of the awards.
Child Australia – Awards Coordinator
Child Australia are committed to our mission of developing the capacity of professionals working with children, families and the community, to support children’s well-being, learning and development. We have a vision of a community where children grow, thrive and reach their full potential.
Our activities include programs that support both parents and families as the child’s first teacher. It is our commitment to pedagogy through collaboration, innovation, and delivery of quality initiatives, that positions Child Australia as a principle organisation dedicated to improving developmental outcomes for all children.
Industry Skills Advisory Council NT (ISACNT) – Judging Coordinator
Industry Skills Advisory Council NT (ISACNT) is an independent, not for profit organisation that provides advice to and gathers feedback from Northern Territory businesses on skills shortages and skills needed for future work. The Industry Skills Advisory Council NT (ISACNT) works with industry, Government, associations, schools, training providers and peak national bodies to advocate and promote vocational education and training and skills development to increase industry workforce skills capacity and capability across the Northern Territory.