Sydney • 13th-15th September 2017
EARLY BIRD CLOSES 30 JUNE
As part of Velg Training’s vision, to educate, inspire and empower Australia's VET community, the Validation Directory allows RTOs to simply search for other RTOs who have opted into the program with a similar scope and validation requirements.
The Velg Training VET Directory is a searchable database of organisations and consultants that specialise in Vocational Education and Training (VET) products and services. Our aim is to provide a resource for finding a wide range of products that can be browsed by specific search parameters.
This 11 week webinar series is designed to guide trainers and assessors through the process of gathering evidence towards currency against the units of competency from TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Characteristics of high performing trainers and assessors include their ability to develop and maintain their skills knowledge and experience in their vocational content area as well as their knowledge and skills in vocational training and learning that informs their training and assessment.
This impactful one day conference will inspire and influence the Queensland tourism, hospitality, events and education industries from high school teachers to industry legends.
This mentoring program has been designed to keep trainers and assessors up to date with regulatory requirements and on track with processes that need to be implemented in line with the Standards for RTOs (2015).
The 2017 National VET Conference will be delivered over two days on the 14-15 September at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) through an exciting range of presentations, providing attendees the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of plenary and elective sessions.
The purpose of conducting an internal review is to assess the RTO’s compliance with the Standards for RTOs 2015 with particular focus on the training product, primarily with Standard 1. The internal review is an integral part of the RTO’s commitment to continual improvement.
This Members’ Networking Breakfast session will provide an overview of the requirements for transitioning to new training products, some hints and tips for keeping on top of changes and general discussion time for participants to share experiences about how they have handled the turnover of training products.