Meg has been a Vocational Education and Training (VET) practicioner for more than 25 years, as a lecturer for TAFESA at various metro and regional campuses. She specialised in the fields of Language and Literacy, Workplace Consultancy, Frontline Management and Training & Assessment. She has trained a variety of people including staff in a variety of industry settings, managers, trainers, unemployed people, disengaged youth, indigenous Australians, migrants learning English and prisoners! A career highlight was being on the team that developed the training materials for all the Census workers across Australia for the 2001 ABS Census. She co-authored the publication: Gaining the Edge- Best Practice in Developing Training Partnerships.Meg joined the Tabor Adelaide staff in 2006. In her role at Tabor Adelaide she is responsible for managing the VET delivery and assessment across all VET courses and teaches and assesses in Training and Assessment. She was awarded the Tabor Adelaide Citation Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in 2011.
After teaching in Highschools for 16 years, locally and overseas, Wendy moved into TAFE industry consultancy. She specialised in workplace training and assessment systems for 7 years. Wendy has developed training materials and has been involved with various aspects of VET including ESL, Management and OHS Training. She manages the Scripture Union RTO and delivers Childsafe Environment Training there. In her volunteer life Wendy is the SA Barnabas Fund Representative, and the Christians in Service (Russia) Representative. Wendy is also the Administration Officer of the Graham Clarke Research Institute.
After gaining his Degree in Quantity Surveying, Andrew decided to invest his time in helping people instead! He gained a qualification in Theology and worked in schools and churches as a Youth Minister for five years. His love of travel has led him to emigrate from the UK to Australia where he pursues his many adventure, sporting and camping interests. Andrew provides Life Coaching to the Year in the Son students as well as lecturing in Youth Work. He runs his own coaching and training business as well.