This is an exciting opportunity, no matter where you are located, to join the 2021 VDC Virtual Teaching & Learning Conference: Creativity, Connectivity, Productivity.
The 2021 VDC Conference consists of highly interactive virtual professional learning sessions as well as high-profile keynote presentations discussing Creativity, Connectivity, Productivity in the VET sector.
VDC continues the 15-year tradition of providing one of Australia’s leading Teaching and Learning Conferences for VET practitioners from public, private and community providers that will be an engaging, entertaining and professionally enriching experience. We look forward to seeing you online on the 18th and 19th of November 2021. View the program here.
Welcome & Opening
Hon. Gayle Tierney
Minister for Training & Skills
Minister for Higher Education
Featuring Keynote Presentations
10 Ways to Empower New Teachers for Success: A pathway for Organisational Improvement
Professional Learning Sessions
Refresh & Refuel:
The Hero’s Journey - Using this story to develop engaging learning ecosystems for today’s world
Creativity, Connectivity, Productivity – using your 3 brains to reach your true potential
Panel Discussion: Connecting and Collaborating with Industry
This panel will focus on the importance of connecting and collaborating with industry. Industry engagements, partnerships and diverse network are essential to the work of VET practitioners.
Conference MC - Chemène Sinson
Chemène Sinson, Consultant, Blackwater Projects, specialises in education, learning and performance across various educational sectors, both within Australia and internationally. She designs and facilitates accredited and non-accredited programs for diverse industries, and helps individuals build the essential skills needed to thrive in today's constantly evolving world of work.
Registration $195 includes:
- Entry to all Keynote presentations and sessions
- Conference Program
- Access to recorded sessions for one month
We look forward to welcoming you online!
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