Recorded on 29/10/2020 and forming part of the National VET PD Week, this 90 minute that includes an extra Q&A session looked at options available to RTOs and discuss the benefits and challenges you may be facing when it comes to video evidence, evidence gathered by a third party or video conferencing options.
Recorded on 21/10/2019 as part of National VET PD Week, this webinar answered the question: What does reasonable adjustment really mean in practice? With a focus on compliance (rather than equity) it unpacked the what, why, who, how and when!
The Inclusive Classroom was a series of webinars aimed at improving knowledge of Microsoft accessibility tools. The sessions were delivered by Troy Waller, learning delivery specialist and accessibility lead for Microsoft Australia Education. The diversity of learning needs of students requires schools, VET and Universities to provide inclusive and accessible learning environments that inspire confidence and encourage independence differently for each student.
In this webinar, AATIS introduces the Jobs and Skills Councils (JSCs), discusses how VET qualifications work in relation to Australian Apprenticeships, and then introduces JSC panellists to discuss the industries they represent, how their role has evolved from either a Skills Service Organisation or Skills Organisation to a JSC, & how they plan to work with Australian Apprenticeships stakeholders moving forward.
Join both the Chairperson of the Council, Anne Driscoll and A/Director Training Regulation, Lisa Barron for this podcast that discusses the role of the Council and its guiding principles, why WA has a State based VET Regulator and insights into TAC's regulatory functions and current strategy.
Technology has become a vital part of our lives and changed the landscape of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) industry. With easier access to information and the ability to connect and collaborate remotely, training now takes place beyond your facility and without paper.
Get even more out of your National VET Conference experience by attending a Master Class. This year we have four exciting sessions exploring quality engagement, compliance, training and assessment planning and how to fall in love with work again. These workshops will be held before the event on Wednesday 13 September 2017.
With just 2 weeks left on the Early Bird Catches the Worm pricing, we are excited to release the details of who will be presenting at this year’s premier VET conference. With a line up like this, you don’t want to miss out!
Continuous improvement is an underlying principle of the VET Quality Framework (VQF) - this resource is designed to assist with undertaking an effective and systemic review process against the Standards for RTOs 2015 in a linear approach from SRTO1 through to STRO8..
Do you want to learn about, and understand, the purpose behind engaging with industry, why it is essential and what impact it has on your training and assessment strategies and practices? Take a short, sharp and effective learning boost with this VET Practitioner focused Velg2Go program, open for access today!
When it comes to competency-based assessment, there is no-one quite like John Dwyer. With his wealth of experience in VET surpassing that held by any other in the sector, every opportunity to learn from this incredibly knowledgeable man is golden!
This year's National VET Conference enables you to select areas of learning that are of value to YOU and your professional development experience. This week we take a look at some topics that enable you to consider the vocational learning needs and experiences undertaken by learners in schools ....