teaching and learning strategiesThe VDC is holding the second seminar in our 2018 Thought Leaders Series on Friday 25 May 2018 at the VDC Level 8, 379 Collins Street Melbourne. This free event will be presented by Karen Dymke, who has over 20 years' experience and is highly knowledgeable and well respected in the VET space. In this seminar Karen will present and discuss the findings of an International Specialised Skills Institute Fellowship that was undertaken in 2017.
assessment essentialsThis webinar puts assessment myths to rest. How many assessment events are really necessary, and can we weight them? Can we grade competence? The webinar works through a string of myths, separates fact from fiction, and enables you to more confidently design and conduct assessment.
workforce developmentThis workshop addresses some of the essentials required to foster a high-performing workplace. Building on an awareness of your own style and its implications, the workshop explores the key supervisory skills of managing performance, motivating teams and manager as coach for creating engaged, high-performing teams.
mapping and validationThis webinar brings good news. With the guidance of a facilitator experienced in systematic validation, we clarify the expectations. The webinar introduces established understandings about efficient and effective validation processes that deliver both quality outcomes and compliance outputs (including documentation).
An ideal location for meetings, seminars and training sessions, situated in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.
Training Rooms and Seminar Room
Our versatile spaces can accommodate up to 100 people and includes an executive boardroom, a small meeting room.
We offer complimentary tea and coffee to all guests.
We offer complimentary audio visual technology such as projectors, LED screens and hearing loops to ensure your presentations are delivered at the highest quality.
6 & 7 September 2018
The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) engages the VET Development Centre to administer a range of funding initiatives aimed at building VET workforce capacity within organisations funded through Skills First.