Edition 657, 13 June 2016
- Link to international education through AUSTRADE
- Early bird registrations for the ACPET National Conference - close 25 June!
- TEQSA contextual overview of the new HES Framework
- Conference to focus on sharing excellence in Australia's higher education sector
- Opportunity to exhibit at Worldskills Skills Village
- Useful Vocational Education Links for your students
- ACPET Workshop & Networking - Doing Business in India, 29 June, Adelaide
- ACPET VET Forum this Friday - reduced rego thanks to the NT Government.
ACPET VET Forum this Friday - reduced rego thanks to the NT Government.
Monday, June 13 2016
This Friday will se the Darwin Hilton as venue for the ACPET VET Forum. The theme of the Forum is Keeping VET on Track given that Friday is also the first day of the Darwin Triple Crown V8* super cars. And some pundits would also claim that VET over the past few years has also been slow out of the pits. The first 30 to register as a paying delegate are elibile for a ticket to the races on either the Saturday or the Sunday.
With thanks to a contribution from the NT Government, ACPET has been able to reduce the investment for this day to $140 members and $190 for non memberss.
I hope you can join with us for a day of information sharing, debate and perhaps enlightenment. I look forward to greeting you on the day.
ACPET NORTHERN TERRITORY KEEPING VET ON TRACK FORUM
Friday 17 June 2016 9:00 am to 3:30pm Hilton Hotel, Mitchell Street, Darwin
Members $140 Non-members $170. To register please just ggogle ACPET PD or email email@example.com
08:30 Registration and welcome tea and coffee
9:00 - 9:15 Welcome – Mr Sean Mahoney ACPET Director and CEO of ICAE.
9:15 - 9:45 All the way with LLN tools and ACPET’s PD program – Sharyrn Bellingham ACPET
9:45 - 10:30 Professionalising the VET Professional – Mr Terry O’Hanlon-Rose VETnetwork Australia
10.30 - 10:50 Morning tea
10:50 - 11:20 ACPET State of the VET Nation Address: Michael Hall and Sharyn Bellingham ACPET
11:20 -12:00 I got the job! A Katherine hospitality case study in RTO, Industry and Government cooperation Sean Mahoney, ICA and Rod Cryer, Dept of Business
12:00 -12:40 TAE & training package transition; future ASQA regulatory priorities: Ms Jane Holt, Australia Skills Quality Authority (ASQA)
12:40 - 1:30 Networking Lunch
1.30 – 2.00 The impact of disruptive technologies innovations on training provision
2.00 – 2.30 Auspicing for RTOs & using Brokers or Agents to recruit students– TBA
2.30 – 3.00 International engagement – it’s a two way highway – Mr Jamie Wills, Site with GTNT
3.00 – 3.20 Transition to Work – harnessing community effort - Ms Carina Frew, YouthWorX NT
3.20 – 3.30 Tea and Coffee, summary of the day and close
Please complete the following:
I will require valet parking: Yes/No
If I am one of the first 30 registered I would like to receive a V8s pass Yes – Saturday OR Yes – Sunday
My dietary requirements are ______________________________________________________________________
Four or more of you? Email Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org for your discount
ACPET reserves the right to make amendments to the structure of the program and associating tim