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.
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
12 & 13 September 2019
The 2019 National VET Conference will be delivered over two days on the 12-13 September at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) through an exciting range of presentations, providing attendees the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of plenary and elective sessions.
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This Velg2Go online course equips Queensland School RTO Managers and VET Teachers with essential skills and knowledge to undertake quality assured operations within a school RTO.
Discover the secrets to conducting an effective training product review through this six week, self-paced, online Velg2Go course.
Custom designed for VET Practitioners, both seasoned and new, the VET Landscape 3 week, online course presents a holistic view of the VET sector, how it has evolved and where it stands today.
This 6-week, self-paced, online course is the perfect PD for Trainers and Assessors who want to gain or maintain their essential skills and knowledge!
This 6-week online course takes you on a journey that goes beyond just understanding Standards, training products and session planning. Perfect PD for experienced Trainers and Assessors who want to extend their skills and knowledge beyond the essentials.
Velg Training is revolutionising the way professional development is delivered in the Vocational Education and Training sector with our new eLearning offering - Velg-2-Go – quality vet PD, anywhere, anytime.
Stakeholder feedback from students, employers, industry and your own staff is an important part of your RTO's continuous improvement process. Join Allison Miller for this webinar to explore how to action what you discover!
This webinar is designed to assist in unpacking the types of evidence of currency a Trainer & Assessor may have, and how to document these. It will explore the types of evidence that can be submitted as part of an RPL application for the unit TAEASS502 which trainers and assessors need to have by April 2019.
RTOs are required to comply with the VET Quality Framework (VQF) which includes a number of items such as the Standards for RTOs 2015 and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). This webinar will explore these concepts.
Join Jane Goodfellow as she explores the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework and challenges you to think about training from a different viewpoint with practical strategies to improve opportunities for learning.
The purpose of conducting a training product review, or 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. This review is an integral part of the RTO’s commitment to continual improvement.
This extremely popular 2018 NVC session is now being presented via webinar! Join John Dwyer as he shares his wealth of experience when it comes to understanding validation and what we can learn from it.
This brand new webinar series comprehensively explores LLN testing, the use of the ACSF to support low literacy learners and the how to change teaching styles to accommodate different learning levels.
This extremely popular session from the 2018 National VET Conference is now available to members via webinar! Join Angela as she presents some of the key ideas on the future of training, a possible training utopia, and the feasibility of the ideas presented.
This extremely popular session from the 2018 National VET Conference is now available via webinar. It explores how to streamline your RTO’s processes and operations using a combination of VOIP technology and cloud-based applications and aims to show participants how to make an RTO more efficient using this technology.
This brand new webinar is perfect for trainers & assessors! explore the fundamental components of a unit of competency to remind us about the way we really should look at a unit as a Standard, not a set of teaching notes or an assessment method.
This session, part of the Speed Training for RTO Managers event, will provide an overview of the tasks the RTO Manager is responsible for and what needs to be considered when developing the RTO’s Continuous Improvement Schedule.
This session, part of the Speed Training for RTO Managers event, will share ideas about how to undertake independent and transparent self-assessments on both an RTO’s practices and on oneself, in manageable ‘pieces’.
This session, part of the Speed Training for RTO Managers event, will explore an action-planning process that uses a risk-based approach, heavily informed by the identification of any non-compliances that have an impact on past, or potential impact on future learners.
This session, part of the Speed Training for RTO Managers event, will provide strategies and techniques to support a culture of quality compliance and build 'buy-in' of staff to embed compliance as ongoing practice.
The session, part of the Speed Training for RTO Managers event, will provide ASQAs perspective, and encourage attendees to think about the role RTO Managers play in ensuring that self-assessment systems and processes are in place and how evidence of rectifications that have occurred, are important when it comes to the CEO submitting the Declaration.
Sometimes we get so caught up in the detail we forget about the “big picture”. This webinar will look at a number of assessment issues and explore key assessment questions.
Join Michelle Charlton for this webinar where she will unpack the key components required for quality assessment tools, how to combine them to achieve the right consistency, and the processes required to review and test the batch for a sweet result.
Join David Garner (ASQA) for this webinar where you will hear, from an Auditor's perspective when it comes to the question: How much evidence is enough?