9 June 2021
EDITION 10 - 2021
This latest report and suite of other products from NCVER focuses on international approaches used to streamline the development process for vocational qualifications.
So, what can we learn from overseas? The report suggests that we don’t do that badly, but there are lessons for us that will help do things better!
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) has just released the first feedback from its consultation process on skills reform.
This first set of information is focused on better industry engagement with VET and qualifications reform.
The Victorian budget for 2021-22 is out. One focus is around funds to support the establishment of the Victorian Skills Authority proposed in the Macklin Review.
The South Australian Government has conducted a review of its Skills and Development Regulations, which is expected to come into operation on 1 July 2021.
It’s looking “to develop a more responsive, flexible training system that is easy to navigate and geared towards workforce needs.”
Due to a high number of nominations still in progress and noting that the recent lockdown in Victoria may have impacted your work, the 2021 Victorian Training Awards nominations period has been extended for a further two weeks and will close on Friday 18 June 2021.
UPCOMING VDC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
professional learning eventsWed, 23 Jun 10:00AM–10:30AM$15 (inc GST)We spend a lot of time working on our outcomes, plan, content and slides. How much time do we spend on getting our groups onside, FAST, so that they will be active and willing participants? This Chat is about conducting engaging, effective and purposeful sessions that enable all participants to feel safe and involved.
professional learning eventsWed, 30 Jun 10:00AM–10:30AM$15 (inc GST)Join accomplished auditor and VET expert Andrea Bateman as she addresses concerns current RTOs have with workplace assessments and mandatory workplacements.