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As outlined in the Company’s Constitution, the Board of Directors is charged with the responsibility of ensuring that Metavision Institute Pty Ltd t/as Metavision Institute (“the Institute”) fulfils its responsibilities as detailed in its mission and goals in addition to ensuring the Institute continues to meet its legal and financial obligations and responsibilities.

Under authority of clauses in the Company Constitution, the Board of Directors delegates the academic governance of the Institute to the Academic Board. The Academic Board is comprised of academic staff from other higher education institutions, representatives from industry and professional associations, members of the Institute’s academic staff and representatives of the alumni. The Academic Board operates independently of the ownership and management of the Institute to assure academic integrity. The Academic Board has responsibility for academic policy making, academic administration and oversight of the educational process. This ensures that the Academic Board maintains appropriate control over the administration of the curriculum to allow educational objectives to be achieved. The Academic Board can form standing committees, advisory groups and working parties to assist in the monitoring of academic delivery and course development as it sees fit.

The Academic Board delegates responsibility to a Course Advisory Committee to provide advice on new course proposals, report on applications for accreditation of new courses and re-accreditation of existing courses and to review existing courses. External membership provides an additional measure of assuring the quality and relevance of the Institute’s courses.

The Academic Board delegates responsibility to the Teaching and Learning Committee for monitoring and reporting on quality assurance processes for teaching and learning within the Institute in order to ensure that day-to–day academic operations meet quality educational standards. The Teaching and Learning Committee also has responsibility for advising on policies and guidelines related to teaching and learning in the Institute’s courses.

The Board of Directors delegates responsibility for the efficient conduct of the Institute’s business to the senior management of the Institute, who are the primary operational decision-makers and oversee the Institute’s operations.