Community Services Faculty Head
Community Services, Management
Karin Rule has worked in the community services sector for the past thirty years with diverse client groups, including Indigenous communities, the elderly, people with disability, children and young people at risk, families experiencing domestic violence and people with mental health and alcohol and other drug issues.
She has worked in rural, remote and metropolitan communities in both Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Karin maintains her industry currency by working in developing countries and holds several voluntary positions as a board member and advisor for not-for-profit community-based organisations and charities.
With over 15 years’ experience in adult education, she is responsible for leading and managing teams of multi-disciplinary trainers. All of whom who have a variety of qualifications as well as industry and vocational currency and experience.
With a passion for education and learning Karin’s focus is on improving the student experience and ensuring job-ready graduates.
Her qualifications include:
- Master of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Social Science
- Enrolled Nursing
- Graduate Diploma of Vocation Education and Training
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment