BA MA(Th&Ed) EdD
Dr Malcolm Bartsch began teaching at the tertiary level in 1983 in the area of theological education, serving in a number of the church’s tertiary education institutions before retiring from full time teaching in early 2011. On his retirement the August 2011 edition of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ 45:2) contained an editorial tribute and articles written in his honour.MORE INFO
As the Business Manager, Margaret reports to the Principal and is a member of the College’s Leadership Team which oversees the strategic operations and plans for the College on behalf of the Board of Directors.
Margaret’s primary responsibility is ensuring organisational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organisation’s financial, administrative, information technology and online communication functions, Human Resources, and the College’s tertiary boarding facilities.MORE INFO
Jodi records student records, enrolments, assignments and results in the student database.MORE INFO
As the manager of ICT services supporting both ALC and the national office of LCA, Bruce’s responsibilities include the management of the ICT systems and development of new technologies to enhance the learning experience of our students.MORE INFO
Kay provides administrative support to the Dean in a shared role which ensures that the Dean's office runs smoothly. The Dean’s Administrators take all phone calls, maintain the Dean’s calendar, ensure all agendas and minutes are prepared and distributed for all meetings and carry out any other administrative support duties related to the Dean position.MORE INFO
Holly is responsible for the overall running of the Office of Student Records. As the Coordinator part of her duties are all the government reporting and documentation.MORE INFO
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Mrs Marlene Cooper taught at ALC from 1990-1999 in the area of Education as part of Lutheran Teacher’s College (LTC). On retirement from full time teaching in July 1999, the August, 1999 edition of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ 33:2) contained an editorial tribute and articles written in her honour. Marlene was the first female lecturer to serve at LTC.MORE INFO
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