Established in 2009, Catholic Network Australia (CNA) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports Australian Catholic schools through collaboration. CNA was established to procure and manage a private telecommunications network and associated technology services. CNA participants’ connections have since deepened to share expertise and experience within and across jurisdictions. CNA has also fostered sharing approaches to support Australian Catholic educators and their communities to enhance student learning and school administration through the use of technology.
CNA now supports over 800,000 students, teachers and staff across over 1400 sites in Australia.
CNA represents its participants when purchasing products or services, with a strong focus on flexibility, choice and equitable access for all, irrespective of size or location.
CNA's strategic focus revolves around Education, Stewardship, Communication and Technology.
Through supporting improved digital literacy, creating financial savings and enhancing governance, increasing awareness of and engagement with CNA and providing equitable access to technology, CNA can realise its mission to support the advancement and promotion of the educational purposes of the Catholic Church and its organisations and entities.
CNA aims to establish and nurture collegial relationships across Catholic education jurisdictions, to achieve better outcomes for all Catholic education staff and students.
CNA supports the advancement and promotion of the educational purposes of the Catholic Church and its organisations and entities.
To facilitate sharing of resources and expertise across catholic schools and dioceses to achieve better student learning outcomes, more efficiencies and value in the education sector.