Dr Margot McNeill | Chief Product & Quality Officer
TAFE NSW

Dr Margot McNeill, Chief Product & Quality Officer, TAFE NSW

Dr Margot McNeill is currently Chief Product and Quality Officer at TAFE NSW, a dual sector provider with over 400K students and 17K staff. She is responsible for leading two of TAFE NSW's Strategic Goals: 'accelerating skills in priority areas' and 'enhancing educational quality' to meet the evolving needs of industry, learners and communities across NSW.    Prior to this role, Margot has held a range of executive and senior management positions and consultations in both higher education and vocational sectors, public and private, in Australia and New Zealand. Most recently, she was Deputy Vice Chancellor, Learning & Teaching at International College of Management, Sydney.  Margot’s dual education passions are 'researching educational technologies to enhance student learning' and 'evidenced based approaches to embedding quality in learning and teaching, as a driver of transformation and staff capability building'. A lifelong learner, she has two master’s degrees and a PhD on the topic of technologies to support the assessment of higher order learning. Research underpins much of Margot’s work and according to Google Scholar 2023, she has over 1100 citations for journal articles, conference papers and book chapters.  Margot’s recent achievements include leading the re-registration of two providers with TEQSA for 7 years, with no conditions; leading the development of over 30 new courses which were accredited by TEQSA for seven years with no conditions and co-facilitating a national series of Academic Integrity workshops funded by TEQSA. She is currently the Education Expert on the VET Qualifications Reform Design Group, established by the Federal and State Skills Ministers.  

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Day 2 @ 09:00

The impact of AI in the VET landscape

Day 2 @ 09:15

PANEL - AI in the VET landscape: A balancing act

  • Stretch for opportunities
  • Manage for risks
  • Motivate for change
last published: 24/Jun/24 08:25 GMT

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