We all know the VET sector is lacking when it comes to incorporating digital skills into teaching and learning. With COVID-19 forcing us all to embrace the world of online training and learning, it’s not hard to imagine a near future where digital skills are just as important as the foundation skills.
This year, NCVER’s ‘No Frills’ event was held online. The event highlighted how much Australia’s economy relies on the successful transition of workers from training to job.
We often assign risk-taking to fearless entrepreneurs, and risk-takers are seen as daredevils. But we have forgotten the success that could come from taking a risk could be much more bountiful than if we are complacent.
NCVER’s Vocational Voices podcast with Dr. Tabatha Griffin, Simon Walker and Steve Davis discusses if online VET is a good course of action.
The new National VET Regulatory Amendment has altered some of the compliance rules surrounding RTOs and the way ASQA deals with compliance.
The current way of assessing using paper and a ball-point pen in a standardised format is slowly eroding—and has been for years.
With any vocational education program, moving to online learning is a huge challenge. It’s even more challenging when a program relies on practical work for students to succeed.
If you’re an RTO who doesn’t offer VSLs right now but want to, here’s a breakdown on how to become a VSL provider.
Scomo wants to apply stricter rules on VET education federal funding.
"Worrying, without action, is probably the most destructive force likely to affect our success."
Aspen Medical has had a hands-on involvement in saving the global community.
We're fortunate to live in a time where physical distance does not mean social disconnection.
Skill sets are on the rise, and will only continue to grow.
Why are international VET students not supported like their university counterparts?
The recent pandemic has created a bigger demand for online learning—but with many people under financial stress, what's the best way to collect fees?
Adapting to digital classrooms is the greatest challenge since my keto diet.
As the VET industry faces its next challenge, loss—or the threat of loss—has a tendency to wash the complacency from our eyes and remind us of the fragility of our existence.
If your students are used to face-to-face learning you'll need to make their online experience live up to their usual training.
We've summarised NCVER's 2019 research recap, so you can easily access the main takeaways.
This virtual classroom business will take some getting used to.
Moving your training processes online has suddenly become essential. Here's some key benefits to doing so.
With everyone self-isolating, eLearning can be a great way to continue your students' education.
Set up virtual classrooms quickly, with Google.
The coronavirus has put us in the midst of difficult times, but there's plenty your RTO can do to survive.
Micro-credentials might soon become a core part of the AQF, opening up educational possibilities for RTOs.
"While I may not have control over everything that happens, I have the power to choose my path forward."
11 VET influencers who will keep you informed on the VET industry.
Further clarification on the VET regulation changes, outlined in the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Amendment Bill 2019.
Effective ways for you to review your RTO compliance framework, including an awesome colour-coded risk map
ASQA's post-training student survey is useless. It's time to get better feedback from our students.
Are your RTO policies actually adding value to your organisation?
A summary of the key changes that could affect your RTO, from the "National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Amendment Bill 2019"
VET Guru John Price gives a brief overview of 7 common TAS problems that you should fix
MOOCs and micro-credentials can be a great way to get more international students (CRICOS)
Switching to a new student management system is scary, but very much achievable. Find out how you can make the change.