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2018 VET EsseNTials Forum
Northern Territory - Essential Series
Thu 22 Feb 2018, 9:00am to 3:30pm AEDT
|Location||Hilton Darwin, Mitchell Street, Darwin, Northern Territory|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$140|
|Cost inc. GST ||$190|
|Who should attend?||
This one day Forum includes VET industry updates as well as two practical workshops on: Building Quality into assessment practices to obtain both compliance and quality outcomes; and Requirements for Practitioner Currency. Industry updates on the day include:
- State of the VET Nation and national consultations underway including “unduly short courses” – Michael Hall, ACPET NT
NT VET Investment Framework – Skilling Territorians and NT Workforce Priorities – Catherine White Department of Trade, Business and Innovation
Building quality into assessment practices to obtain both compliance and quality outcomes
This workshop will examine the processes we can use to create assessments that can provide such outcomes. It looks at developing assessments from the heart as well as the head and considers the opportunities that assessment validation has in confirming with others the quality of our practices.
Currency and the Value it creates for all stakeholders
This workshop ‘unpacks’ what maintaining vocational competence and currency involves and goes on to provide guidance on how it can be planned and recorded to meet compliance requirements as well as adding value to our everyday vocational practices.
Facilitated by: John Price
John has been training and assessing for over 40 years and conducts professional development workshops on a comprehensive range of VET related topics both nationally and internationally and has assisted over 300 RTOs to become registered to the national training standards since their inception in the late 1990s.
John was ACPETs lead consultant for the implementation of efficient and effective RPL practices and continues to develop RPL Assessment Kits for a range of training products.
Currently, as well as presenting at national VET conferences John’s regular activities involve him in undertaking internal audits for RTOs as well as conducting specifically focused in-house professional development for RTO staff.