TDT Victoria (Transport & Distribution Training, Victoria) is the peak training advisory body for the road, rail, marine and air transport, distribution and supply chain industries of Victoria and provides advice on the workforce development needs of the Transport and Logistics (T&L) industry.

TDT Victoria is a non-profit organisation comprised of key employer and union representatives of the transport and distribution industries. 

Our aim is to promote quality training and to provide industry with relevant advice on training issues in order to improve the skills and productivity across the transport and logistics industry.



Changing Roles within TDT Victoria

The Directors of TDT Victoria are pleased to advise the appointment of our new chair Suzanne Crowe. Suzanne takes on the mantle vacated by Nola Bransgrove OAM, who will remain as a Board member.

Suzanne joined TDT in 2013 and has been an active Director during times of significant change for the organisation. Having a career in Logistics and more recently education, Suzanne brings with her a wealth of industry knowledge and first-hand experience of vocational education and training.

In accepting the new role, Suzanne paid tribute to Nola for her leadership and sound counsel. She also acknowledged the contribution Nola has made and continues to make to an organisation she joined in 2003, taking on the role of chair in 2007.

“For over fourteen years Nola has been a passionate advocate for all sectors of transport and has represented the interests of TDT stakeholders with integrity and honesty”, Suzanne said.



New NTC Deputy Chair Nola Bransgrove OAM


Nola Bransgrove new Deputy Chair National Transport Commission

The Directors of TDT Victoria would like to congratulate Nola Bransgrove on her appointment as Deputy Chair of the National Transport Commission (NTC). Having first been appointed to the commission in 2014, Nola will take on her new role from January 2018.

In their press release the NTC acknowledged Nola’s commitment to the national land transport reform agenda and her industry knowledge and experience; sentiments endorsed by her fellow TDT Directors.



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