The ATDP regional management structure consists of three Regional Management Groups (RMGs). The RMGs report to the Capability Framework Management Group (CFMG).
What are the Regional Management Groups responsible for?
The Regional Management Groups are responsible for the planning and delivery of training across their region based on the nationally consistent curriculum.
What areas are covered by each region?
The three regions established under the ATDP are:
- Region 1 – Queensland and the Northern Territory;
- Region 2 – New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia; and
- Region 3 – Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.
Who are the Regional Managers and Administration Support Officers?
Enquiries can also be sent to ATDPenquiries@dva.gov.au
Who makes up the Regional Management Groups?
The RMGs are in the process of being established. Each RMG will comprise 8 to 10 people who are members of the local veteran community, and who have experience and skills in the provision of advocacy service and/or advocacy training. There will also be representatives from DVA and Defence.