Edition 547, 31 March 2014
- Commencement of VET FEE-HELP Certificate IV Trial
- Working Models of Industry Partnerships: beyond government funding
- Transition Management and Teach Out – a Step by Step Procedure for Good Practice
- RPL – getting it right
- Meeting the standards: getting compliant with LLN
- Showcasing graduate employability
- New free online national Foundation Skills tool under development - your opportunity to help shape the tool
- Minister Pyne to deliver keynote address at ACPET Higher Education Symposium
- Symposium 2 May - VET Sustainability skills in Practice
- Register now for Professional Development in Tasmania April-May
- Register now for two subsidised SA Webinars on 2 and 4 April
- Tasmania PD - Are you ready to be audited? - Hobart 24 April
- ACPET PD Launceston 1 May - Key RTO non-compliances from ASQA reports
- One day left to register for ACPET Queensland Private Provider Forum
Working Models of Industry Partnerships: beyond government funding
Monday, March 31 2014
How can I tap into fee-for-service training services to industry?
And what other sources of funding, other than skills reform government funding, are available to me?
This session will help you to think outside the ‘government funding square’., explore models of industry partnerships that will position your organisation, enhance your relationships and enable success. Through this webinar, you will work through a system to identify partnership outcomes and aims, map advocates, clients and stakeholders and choose the right model and approach for you.
Working models will include apprenticeships and traineeships, fee for service, industry and workforce development, regional development, school based apprenticeships, short courses, small business and self-employment, social enterprises and VET in schools.
Consider operational issues for these models, your skills and capability in workforce development strategies and potential new RTO products and services, that will better position you in the VET market.
For further information and to register for this webinar, please click here.