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Velg Training’s 14th National VET Conference is themed Vision for the Future and will be delivered over two days on the 17 &18 September 2020 at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre (GCCEC). This event is the largest national gathering of VET Professionals in the country and provides attendees with the opportunity to engage in a variety of plenary and elective sessions.
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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 first webinar of our Speed Training Event about compliant marketing and advertising explores Clause 4.1 of the Standards for RTOs (2015)
This webinar that forms part of our Speed Training Event provides some great hints and tips for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) it will showcase examples of marketing material and will assist in determining what ‘compliant’ materials look like, including social media, websites and print material.
This webinar forms part of our Speed Training Event and unpacks important marketing practices relating to NRT Logo use and third parties. It will also look at common non-compliant marketing scenarios
The importance of reviewing marketing and advertising materials is oftentimes overlooked. This webinar forms part of our Speed Training Event and will explore the essentials of adopting a systematic process to maintain compliance.
Struggling to understand your government funded marketing and advertising requirements? This brand-new webinar forms part of our Speed Training Event and outlines the additional marketing and advertising requirements of various government funded contracts.
Velg Training membership is an essential resource for anyone working in the VET sector. This short webinar will help you navigate the website and highlight some of the fantastic benefits available to you.
As trainers and assessors, we are familiar with the unit TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes. This webinar applies these requirements to the assessment planning work you do in your industry area.
This webinar provides nine ways to create more meaningful or “sticky” learning that will influence the effective design, development and review of learning programs within the vocational education and training (VET) context.
REGISTER BEFORE 23 June for the June Course: This 90 min Velg2Go module of learning focuses on the strategies for training and assessment. Complete your module at your own pace before the end of month.
REGISTER BEFORE 23 June for the June Course: This 90 min Velg2Go module of learning focuses on Trainer and Assessor competence and currency. Complete your module at your own pace before the end of month.
As part of TAE PD Week, this webinar (part 1 of 2) will augment your current knowledge linked to the unit of competency TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools. This unit is one that many people struggle with, and one that underpins why 75% of RTOs struggle with assessment at audit time.
This webinar will provide guidance on how to analyse the LLN needs in a training specification or workplace standard, using the Australian Core Skills Framework.
REGISTER BEFORE 23 June for the June Course: This 90 min Velg2Go module of learning explores the range of essential systems and application requirements when it comes to competency based assessment. Complete your module at your own pace before the end of month.
REGISTER BEFORE 23 June for the June Course: Taking assessment approaches to the next level, this online short course module ‘drills down’ into the critical components of quality assessment design.
As part of TAE PD Week, this webinar (part 2 of 2) will augment your current knowledge linked to the unit of competency TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools. This unit is one that many people struggle with, and one that underpins why 75% of RTOs struggle with assessment at audit time.
This webinar takes a practical look at how to unpack a training package into the sum of its parts and seeks to demystify how to use them to develop training and assessment tools and resources aimed at meeting specific client or industry needs.
The act of conducting assessment doesn’t just happen – it takes careful planning and preparation to ensure that a whole range of items align to create ‘the perfect storm’ for assessment. This professional development directly aligns with the unit of competency TAEASS402
This webinar examines 17 ways to enhance how you plan, organise and deliver group-based training
Confirm your currency and participate in PD that relates directly to TAEASS403. Join John Price for this webinar, contribute to discussion about effectively participating in Assessment Validation.
This webinar examines how to create this balance when planning, organising and facilitating learning for individuals in a workplace, and shows how using real work activities as the basis for learning can create more authentic outcomes.
In most situations, a carefully selected game or activity will support the trainer in attracting and maintaining a student's interest in their session. Join Marc Ratcliffe for more than a dozen fun activities that can be used to support learning transfer!
Do you feel confident to help someone who might be experiencing a mental health problem? Join us for a fascinating and down to earth look at mental health with Nick McEwan-Hall, our Mental Health First Aid expert.
Students, employees and places of work are all impacted by social distancing, working from home arrangements, health and safety requirements etc. The gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions may increase the potential for outbreaks. Of critical importance is what an organisation has in place in managing potential outbreaks and return to work arrangements. Do you have your policies and procedures for managing COVID-19 clearly articulated?