TAHE Speak Up Program

We believe that everyone has a role to play in reporting wrongdoing, whether as a TAHE employee, contractor or a member of the public. 

The Speak Up Program encourages reporting of misconduct, fraud and corruption, both internally and externally.

TAHE is committed to integrity, accountability, and transparency in upholding the standards of the NSW Public Service.

Who can use the service?

In addition to TAHE’s workforce, the Speak Up Program is available to members of the public, who wish to report wrongdoing relating to a TAHE employee, contractor, subcontractor or volunteer.


What you can report?

The Speak Up Program can be used to report known or suspected serious misconduct (as defined in the Public Interest Disclosures (PID) Act 2022). Serious misconduct includes:

  • Corrupt conduct;
  • Serious maladministration;
  • Serious and substantial waste of public money;
  • Breach of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009; and 
  • Breach of privacy laws.

The Speak Up Program may also be used to report instances of:

  • Bullying and harassment;
  • Discrimination; and
  • Modern Slavery.


How can you make a report?

TAHE Speak Up Program is externally hosted by a third-party provider.  Reports can be made to PKF Integrity using the details below:


Confidentiality and Anonymity

When making a Speak Up report you may ask us to keep your identity confidential, or only disclose it for limited purposes. You are also provided with the option to remain anonymous.

If you do identify yourself, we’re committed to protecting your identity and maintaining confidentiality in line with policy and applicable legislation, as well as preventing any victimisation of anyone making a Speak Up report


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