Below you will find links to external authorities and organisations with whom Bridge The Gap frequently liases. Each link will open in a new window.
Work Health and Safety Links
Safe Work Australia
Safe Work Australia leads the development of national policy to improve work health and safety and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia
WorkCover Authority of New South Wales
WorkCover is the statutory authority responsible for promoting workplace health and safety and overseeing the NSW workers compensation system.
Training and Accreditation Links
National Training Information Service
The National Training Information Service is official register of organisations providing vocational training and education in Australia.
NSW Department of Education and Communities
The NSW Department of Education and Training promotes high quality, internationally competitive lifelong learning, and aims to provide individuals with a smooth transition from education and training to work.
Department of Education
The Australian Government Department of Education is responsible for national policies and programmes that help Australians access quality and affordable childcare; early childhood education, school education, post-school, higher education, international education and academic research.
The Australian Government Department of Employment is responsible for national policies and programmes that help Australians find and keep employment and work in safe, fair and productive workplaces.
Adult Learning Australia
Adult Learning Australia is the national peak body representing organisations and individuals in the adult learning field.
Australian Flexible Learning Framework
The Australian Flexible Learning Framework provides registered training organisations in Australia with the framework necessary to conduct online courses and offer e-learning services.
training.com.au provides a single point of access to the range of vocational education and training information, products and services in Australia.
The Australian Information Commissioner Act 2010 (AIC Act) establishes the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). The AIC Act commenced on 1 November 2010. It provides for the appointment of the Australian Information Commissioner (Information Commissioner), the Privacy Commissioner and the Freedom of Information Commissioner (FOICommissioner).
The AIC Act sets out the three functions of the OAIC:
The Information Commissioner is responsible for the information policy function. This requires the Information Commissioner to report to the Attorney-General on how public sector information is collected, used, disclosed, dministered, stored and accessed.