Edition 681, 28 November 2016
- Farewell Martin Riordan
- Call for presentations: 26th National VET Research Conference
- 2017 ACPET Catalogue is out now
- ACPET congratulates Health Careers International
ACPET One day Workshop and Christmas Party Friday 2 December Darwin Hilton
Monday, November 28 2016
ACPET NT is pleased to host a one day workshop - Friday 2 December
Hilton Hotel, Darwin
Please register online at the ACPET website here
Session 1: (3 hours) 9am – 12pm International Education – provided by Austrade and covering:
- Introduction to International Education
- Free Trade Agreements
Learn the fundamentals of international education in Australia by looking at trends, data and engagement models. You’ll discover how FTAs are relevant to education and training providers and what the benefits and opportunities are. This workshop will help you develop a deeper understanding of the international student environment and gauge how ready you are to take your next steps.
The workshop builds from the basics up to more advanced ideas to help grow your export readiness.
To Register for this workshop ONLY please see here
Facilitated by: Jan Tekeley
This activity received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program. The full price of this activity is $370 per attendee. The subsidy provided by Austrade has allowed the cost to be reduced to $140 per member and $180 per non-member.
A superior buffet lunch will be provided from 12.15 to 1pm
Session 2: (45 minutes) 1.00 to 1.45pm
Study in Australia’s Northern Territory facilitated by Rachael Shanahan, Director, StudyNT, Northern Territory Department of Trade, Business and Innovation
In addition to quality education offerings, great student living and working experiences are keys to growing the international education and training sector from its current $81 million export value and 2200 students. How is ‘Team NT’ working together to grow the sector?
Session 3: (1 Hour) 1.50 – 2.50pm
Interpreting student data – a practical case study from NT Police, Fire and Rescue
A focus on different data collection methods and mediums and how best to use feedback to improve services. Contextualised examples provided outlining data collection across the Territory in rural, regional and urban contexts with employees, volunteers and external participants, and how these factors will A) provide different levels of feedback, and B) how different collection methods and mediums can enhance feedback. An analysis of quantitative and qualitative feedback and how the two types provide a better overall picture of performance.
Session 4: (45minutes) 3.00 to 4.15pm
Major NT Projects and Emerging NT skills priorities – the future is bright so put on your sunnies
An overview of emerging skills and training in demand by Territory industry and skills and supporting RTO capability and support available for local RTOs to forge productive partnerships with industry. This session will also touch on emerging disruptive technologies.
ACPET 2016 Christmas Celebration
Darwin Hilton Ballroom Foyer
All delegates and members welcome