Structure and functions
The Non-State Schools Accreditation Board (the “Board”) and the Non-State Schools Eligibility for Government Funding Committee (the “Funding Committee”) are established under the Education (Accreditation of Non-State Schools) Act 2001 (the “Act”).
Administrative and operational support to Board and Funding Committee
The Non-State Schools Accreditation Board Secretariat (the “Secretariat”) provides administrative and operational support to the Board and the Funding Committee. The Secretariat is part of the Department of Education and Training.
Effects of functions on members of the community
The Board and the Funding Committee directly contribute towards the economic and social development of Queensland.
Such contributions are directed to the Government’s Smart Queensland: Smart State Strategy 2005–2015, which targets, among other things, the need to raise education skills.
The Board assists in the promotion of excellence in education in the non-State schooling sector by the upholding of standards, the maintenance of public confidence and the fostering of educational choices.
The Funding Committee promotes the efficient use of Government resources by applying the legislated criteria for eligibility for Government funding in a just and impartial manner.
Our vision, values, operating principles, reporting structure and mission
Our vision, values, operating principles, reporting structure and mission are outlined within our Strategic Plan.
Overview of the legislation that determines the operations of the Board and the Funding Committee.
Contact the Secretariat which provides executive support for both the Board and Funding Committee.
Last updated 24 November, 2016