Recorded on 18/11/2021 and forming part of Velg Training's National VET PD this webinar looked at validation and what can we learn? It highlighted the fundamental purpose of validation and how you can apply meaningful practices to your validation events.
Recorded on the 14/10/2020, this 90-minute, highly interactive session, streams our VET Expert (John Dwyer) directly to you! Unpack the most critical components of marking guides and their importance as part of an assessment tool in this session.
Recorded on 26/10/2020 and forming part of the National VET PD Week, this 90 minute session that includes an extra Q&A session unpacks the importance of the design of Training and Assessment Strategies and Industry consultation to ensure the TAS takes into account of a range of informing factors.
Recorded on 25/10/2018 as part of National VET PD Week, this webinar unpacked what it means in practice, to implement a system that ensures that assessment (including recognition of prior learning) is conducted in accordance with the principles of assessment and the rules of evidence.
Validation of assessment tools, processes and outcomes is an important element of the quality of assessment in vocational education and training (VET). This research explored how registered training organisations (RTOs) conduct independent validation of assessment (IVA) and what industry involvement they have in these processes.
On 28 November 2018, the Prime Minister announced an independent review of Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector to examine ways to deliver skilled workers for a stronger economy. The review was led by the Honourable Steven Joyce, a former New Zealand Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment. Mr Joyce delivered the final report to the Government in March 2019.
Using a range of local and international data sources as well as real-life success stories, this report addresses some of these pervasive and inaccurate perceptions about vocational education and, also, highlights the importance of including VET pathways in the overall discussion about our nation’s long-term educational strategies and employment solutions.
This study examines the role of microcredentials in supporting learning for employment. The study collected information through an online survey among mostly European VET providers, national authorities, employee and employer organisations, in-depth country case studies and interviews, as well as Cedefop’s ReferNet network.
REGISTER BEFORE 21st February for the February Course: This 90 min Velg2Go module of learning focuses on the VET Quality Framework with emphasis on the Standards for RTOs 2015. Complete your module at your own pace before the end of month.
Resources from the 2017 Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Training Provider Briefings are now available. ASQA ran a series of briefing sessions across the country and online from April to June 2017 focused on the authority’s new student-centred audit approach. The National VET Regulator also released statements regarding Careers Australia Group, Gurkhas Institute of Technology and The Australian Academy of Business.
The May 2017 edition of Skills@Work includes a message from the Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills the Hon. Karen Andrews regarding the 2017 Budget, articles on Skills Service Organisations (SSOs), the 2017 Australia–India Education and Skills Mission, a review of recent Vocational Education and Training (VET) research and events, industry news, sector movements and ‘Faces of Excellence’ profiles.
Throughout November and December, Velg Training is featuring five National VET Conference sessions as webinars. This is great news for anyone who may have missed the NVC or needs a refresher on the content. The next topic on this list covers digital learning environments, their strategic importance and how to maximise student and staff engagement with this emerging area.