For Compliance’s Sake: Harness the power of black and white thinking
National - Introduction Series
Mon 4 Mar 2019, 12:30pm to 1:30pm AEDT
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
Practitioners within the Vocational Education and Training sector must operate within a regulated environment. Knowing what is required by the Standards for RTOs 2015 and how to comply with these requirements is a key factor for sustainable practice.
This webinar will discuss how various compliance aspects can benefit from a ‘black and white’ approach. We acknowledge that while many aspects of compliance are open to interpretation and various shades of grey, we aim to focus on how ‘coloured’ thinking can be used to your advantage. We will discuss the various thinking styles that may contribute to training and assessment and RTO operations, and how each may influence what must be done to deliver a quality student experience.
Particular emphasis will be given to assessment design and validation – areas in which, according to the National VET Regulator, RTOs most struggle to achieve compliance.
‘For Compliance’s Sake’ is a must for VET compliance staff, instructional designers, assessment specialists and anyone else looking to expand or hone their skills in this area. Content will apply to any public, private or school-based RTO.
- Recognise when ‘black and white’ thinking styles can benefit compliance procedures within an RTO
- Determine whether their RTO could achieve greater compliance with various aspects of the Standards for RTOs 2015 by using a black and white approach
- Understand different thinking styles, the parts they play in day-to-day RTO business operations, and how different style may affect your own role
- Understand the value of black and white (and other coloured) thinking when it comes to assessment design and validation
- Apply the thinking style to compliance related activities
Facilitated by: Michelle Charlton
Michelle Charlton first entered workplace training in 1993. Since then, she has worked for a variety of organisations of various sizes (in and out of VET), in both the public and private sectors. Michelle has a passion for learning and development and looks to cultivate and share this at every opportunity. She currently works as a resource developer and industry consultant, and some of her contracts include those with peak industry associations, public and private RTOs.