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National VET PD Week is Back!

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Velg Training and ITECA are thrilled to once again bring you the incredible journey that is National VET PD Week. Upskill, extend your knowledge and gain practical guidance relating directly to your role as a Trainer and Assessor.

In order to guarantee a week of adventure, we have hand-picked the top five webinars from each organisation!

Ten leading VET experts will facilitate 10 targeted webinars over 5 days at reduced rate of $55.00 (incl. GST) each (regardless of your membership status with either organisation). The top 5 webinars from each organisation have been selected based on their previous success and the fantastic feedback they have received in the past.



11.00am - 12:00pm Webinar (AEST)

1.00pm - 2:00pm Webinar (AEST)

21 October 2019

The What, Why, Who, How and When
of Reasonable Adjustment
Presenter: Carol Hunter
(Hosted by Velg Training)

Increasing Student Engagement and
maintaining Student Momentum
Presenter: Michelle Charlton
(Hosted by ITECA)

22 October 2019

Staying current as a VET Industry
Presenter: Michael Gwyther
(Hosted by ITECA)

Back to Basics: How does a UOC really work?
Presenter: John Dwyer
(Hosted by Velg Training)

23 October 2019

RPL: What IS the Professional Conversation
Presenter: John Price
(Hosted by Velg Training)

Quality Outcomes for Students
Presenter: Marc Ratcliffe
(Hosted by ITECA)

24 October 2019

Creating Optimal Learning
Presenter: Allison Miller
(Hosted by ITECA)

LLN Testing: Keeping it simple and
getting it right
Presenter: Rachel Taylor
(Hosted by Velg Training)

25 October 2019

Designing Compliant Simulations
in Assessment Tools
Presenter: Mark Long
(Hosted by Velg Training)

Developing and Encouraging a quality culture
Presenter: Maree Thorne
(Hosted by ITECA)

25 October 2019

3.00pm - 3.20pm (AEST)
Complimentary Wrap Up Webinar
Presenters: Representatives from Velg Training & ITECA

All webinar times are shown in AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

For more information to register for any of the sessions, see the event page.

Date posted Jul 11, 2019

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