What are micro-credentials, and what role can they play in the future of learning?
Exciting new technologies create new training opportunities. We examine some revolutionary technologies that are likely to require new accreditation.
Top tips to maximise training over administration. Create the best version of your RTO possible.
Emerging skill gaps and the rise of small, bite-sized, flexible learning alternatives.
When VET skills our nation, it can’t be allowed to lag behind. Teach for the future, not today.
Fluid boxes. Text to speech. The new eLearning experience is here.
The education giants embracing online learning platforms are boosting their brand, pulling learners from all corners of the globe.
With education becoming compartmentalised and available from so many places, how will tomorrow’s student make sense of their learning?
Martin Powell is the CEO of the VET Development Centre, whose experience working with ACPET and on the National Advisory for Tertiary Education Skills and Employment has established him as a prominent leader in the VET industry. He sits down with Reay Mackay, founder and managing director of aXcelerate, to discuss his experiences in the industry.
Last month, VET:eXpress featured the technological innovation of ‘blockchain’– a new way of securely transferring personal information across expansive networks. This month, we’re looking at a companion innovation called ‘open micro-credentials’, a revolutionary way of awarding, attaching, and storing an education certificate to an individual’s secure digital identity.