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Publications

The following publications are available to view in the Portable Document Format (PDF). For further information, contact the Chief Executive's Office on (02) 6207 3104.

For all study-related enquiries, please contact CIT Student Services on 02 6207 3188 or email infoline@cit.edu.au

Publications List

CIT Reconciliation Action Plan 2016-19

CIT acknowledges the United Ngunnawal Elders Council as the representative body of the Ngunnawal community; the traditional owners of the ACT and region. We pay respect to the Elders, both past and present, and acknowledge the ongoing contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

Download CIT Reconciliation Action Plan 2016-19 (14.4 MB)

CIT Strategic Compass - Evolving Together

CIT Strategic Compass 2020

This document sets out CIT's strategic directions to 2020.

Download CIT Strategic Compass - Evolving Together (1.6 MB)

CIT 2015 Annual Report

The 2015 annual report is an account of the operations and performance of CIT during the period 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2015.

Click here to view past annual reports

Download CIT 2015 Annual Report (5.0 MB)

Social and Economic Value of CIT

social and economic value of CIT

While the importance of CIT in the ACT is often acknowledged by governments, industry and students, prior to this study there had not been a comprehensive analysis of the value of CIT, and the extent of its contribution across the entire ACT community.

Download Social and Economic Value of CIT (979.4 KB)

CIT Reconciliation Action Plan 2012-14

CIT Reconciliation Action Plan 2012-14

The CIT community is proud to be part of the national initiative to produce a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) for organisations that want Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to feel welcome and celebrated within their community. The CIT RAP is our commitment to putting words into action in the CIT community.

Download CIT Reconciliation Action Plan 2012-14 (2.4 MB)

Towards 80 Years serving the Community

Towards 80 years

Canberra Institute of Technology is the largest provider of vocational education and training in the ACT offering industry accredited training in a dynamic and welcoming environment.

Download Towards 80 Years serving the Community (2.9 MB)

CIT Art and Design

The CIT Design Industries facilities at CIT Reid include outstanding professional work-simulated industry environments for building design, interior design and fashion design.

Download CIT Art and Design (5.7 MB)