Edition 538, 28 January 2014
- Back in 2014: Copyright in E-learning
- The Skills Connect Fund: what programs fall under it and how do I apply for funding?
- Top RTO non-compliances from ASQA 2013 reports
- Transition Management and Teach Out – a Step by Step Procedure for Good Practice
- Introduction to the VET sector
- Now a webinar! Independent Validation – the Whys and the Wise
- Brand new in 2014! Moodle from Scratch
- ACPET partnership with the Right Way Accreditation Program
- Chinese study tour organised by Holmes Institute and ACPET
- 21st Spanish AULA 2013 - International Educational Opportunities Exhibition
- Austrade report on the 2013 Futuralia – Education, Training and Employment held in Portugal
- Singaporean Professional Training Institute seeks Australian Higher Education Partner
- ATO focus on RTO-trainer contracts
- Interpreting competencies in Australian vocational education and training: practices and issues
- ASQA’s strategic review 2014 program
Australia Day Honours
Tuesday, January 28 2014
ACPET offers its congratulations to the following members and stakeholders for their recognition in this year's Australia Day Honours.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
Professor Christine BENNETT, Dean, School of Medicine, Sydney, University of Notre Dame Australia, since 2011.
For distinguished service to medicine and healthcare leadership, as a clinician, researcher and educator, particularly in the fields of child and family health and social policy.
Ms Kaye SCHOFIELD, NSW, most recently interim CEO ASQA.
For distinguished service to vocational and adult education and training, as a researcher and commentator, through contributions to policy development and regulation, and to the community.
MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
Dr Moira SCOLLAY, NSW, former Chief Executive Officer, Australian National Training Authority, 1999-2003
For significant service to vocational education and training, and to public sector management reform.
PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL (PSM)
Ms Rebecca CROSS, ACT, Deputy Secretary, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
For outstanding public service in leadership and collaboration in Commonwealth-State relations, particularly in the development and negotiation of historic reforms agreed through the Council of Australian Governments on national skills reform and national disability care reform.