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Using micro-case studies as tools in VET training and assessment
National - Essential Series
Wed 11 Feb 2015, 11:00am to 1:00pm AEDT
|Location||At your desk, Webinar, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$129|
|Cost inc. GST ||$155|
|Who should attend?||
This PD webinar explores the use of micro case studies as essential tools for the new age VET educator. It develops a shared understanding of what micro case studies are, how they are developed and refined and most importantly how they can be used as powerful aids in vocational training and assessment.
The webinar works through a number of examples drawn from different fields and downloadable step-by-step guidelines enable participants to undertake their own projects as follow ups after the webinar to develop their own libraries of micro-case studies directly relevant to their specific areas of training.
By the end of this webinar, participants will have the knowledge and skills to:
- explain what a micro case study is
- develop, validate and refine micro case studies in their area of training and expertise
- use micro studies as aids in both vocational training and assessment, and
- build retrievable libraries of case studies in topic areas for ongoing use in vocational training and assessment.
Facilitated by: David Rumsey
Dr David Rumsey AM was an electronics engineer in the manufacturing industry for 11 years before commencing a 45-year involvement in VET as a TAFE teacher, curriculum designer, policy analyst, TAFE senior executive and training and development consultant. Since 1992, David has provided research and consultancy services to industry, training institutions, skills councils, industry associations, and government and has been an active contributor to training reform in Australia. David is based in Wynnum, Queensland. He is a Fellow of the Australian College of Educators and in 2006 was made a Member of the Order of Australia for service to education