• Published
  • 17 February 2016


Campus Morning Mail

Title: What vice chancellors want, simpler staff agreements, more flexible workforces and did they mention money?

Author: Stephen Matchett

Date: 9 March 2017


LHH Publication - The University for the Future

Title: The University for the Future - Evolutions, Revolutions and Transformations

Auther: Lee Hecht Harrison (edited by Dr Rod Gutierrez)

Date: March 2017


AHEIA statement regarding university enterprise bargaining

Title: University enterprise bargaining - It’s time to remove the shackles

Author: Stuart Andrews

Date: February 2017


The Australian - Higher Education Section

Title: Enterprise deals branded arcane, complex and largely redundant

Author: Julie Hare

Date: 15 February 2017


The Australian - Higher Education Section

Title: Questions raised on impact of increased use of casual academics

Author: Julie Hare

Date: 6 July 2016


The Australian Financial Review

Title: University workforces need to evolve fast to meet big challenges

Author: Stephanie Fahey

Date: 13 March 2016


The Australian - Higher Education Section

Title: Future university workforce: smart ideas to navigate change

Author: Professor Andrew Vann

Date: 10 February 2016


The Australian - Higher Education Section

Title: PwC’s university workforce report ignores key topics like gender

Author: Julie Hare

Date: 10 February 2016


National Tertiary Education Union

Title: NTEU claims Future of Higher Education Workforce Report a lost opportunity

Author: Jeannie Rea

Date: 8 February 2016


The Australian Financial Review - Opinion

Title: PwC tells universities to adapt or perish

Author: Tim Dodd

Date: 7 February 2016


Campus Review Podcast and Article

Title: AHEIA Argues for Scrapping of Traditional Workforce Models (article / podcast)

Article author: James Wells

Podcast: Stuart Andrews, interviewed by James Wells

Date: 5 February 2016


Campus Review

Title: Disrupted, not defeated: technology is threat and catalyst

Author: Patrick Avenell

Date: 4 February 2016


Campus Morning Mail

Title: New ways of working

Author: Stephen Matchett

Date: 4 February 2016

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More than 28 calendar days prior to event start date a participant may: substitute an attendee, transfer to an alternative program date or cancel participation in a training program and request a refund by emailing

15 - 28 calendar days prior to event start date a participant may: substitute an attendee or transfer to an alternative program date

14 calendar days or less prior to event start date  a participant may: substitute an attendee.

To ensure the maximum value for AHEIA members, a minimum number of participants are required to run a successful program. AHEIA reserves the right to cancel or postpone a program to an alternative date. In this event registrants will be offered the opportunity to transfer to the next available program, or receive a full refund.

Privacy Policy

This following document sets forth the Privacy Policy for the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA) website,

AHEIA is bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), which sets out a number of principles concerning the privacy of individuals.

Collection of your personal information

There are many aspects of the site which can be viewed without providing personal information, however, for access to AHEIA customer support features you are required to submit personally identifiable information. This may include but not limited to a unique username and password, or provide sensitive information in the recovery of your lost password.

Sharing of your personal information

We may occasionally hire other companies to provide services on our behalf, including but not limited to handling customer support enquiries, processing transactions or customer freight shipping. Those companies will be permitted to obtain only the personal information they need to deliver the service. AHEIA takes reasonable steps to ensure that these organisations are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations in relation to the protection of your personal information.

Use of your personal information

For each visitor to reach the site, we expressively collect the following non-personally identifiable information, including but not limited to browser type, version and language, operating system, pages viewed while browsing the Site, page access times and referring website address. This collected information is used solely internally for the purpose of gauging visitor traffic, trends and delivering personalized content to you while you are at this Site.

From time to time, we may use customer information for new, unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in our privacy notice. If our information practices change at some time in the future we will use for these new purposes only, data collected from the time of the policy change forward will adhere to our updated practices.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

AHEIA reserves the right to make amendments to this Privacy Policy at any time. If you have objections to the Privacy Policy, you should not access or use the Site.

Accessing Your Personal Information

You have a right to access your personal information, subject to exceptions allowed by law. If you would like to do so, please let us know. You may be required to put your request in writing for security reasons. AHEIA reserves the right to charge a fee for searching for, and providing access to, your information on a per request basis.

Contacting us

AHEIA welcomes your comments regarding this Privacy Policy. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy and would like further information, please contact us by any of the following means during business hours Monday to Friday.

Call: 03 9614 5550

Fax: 03 9614 3125


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