Structure

The Archbishop of Melbourne and the Bishops of Ballarat, Sandhurst and Sale established the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV) in 1973 to support and advance Catholic education in Victoria.

The CECV was restructured and incorporated on 23 May 2006.

CECV Structure DiagramThe Archbishop of Melbourne and the Bishops of Ballarat, Sandhurst and Sale are the members of the CECV. The Board of the CECV comprises eight directors, including:

  • an Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Melbourne
  • the Executive Director of Catholic Education Melbourne
  • the Business Manager of the Archdiocese of Melbourne
  • the directors of Catholic education offices in the dioceses of Ballarat, Sale and Sandhurst
  • a Catholic priest
  • a representative involved in Catholic education.

Members

Company Members of the CECV

Directors

Directors of the CECV Board

Board & Committees

Board & Committees

The CECV Board guides and monitors the business of the CECV and is responsible for the overall corporate governance including:

overseeing regulatory compliance
ensuring that the CECV upholds Church laws
ensuring that appropriate, adequate and effective systems of risk management and internal control are established and maintained
charting the overall strategy and direction of the CECV – including setting, monitoring and reviewing strategic, financial and operational plans and determining matters relating to policy and practice.

 

The following committees report to the CECV Board.