A new logo and lots more!!!
Are you working on something interesting at present? I am sure others would love to learn about it. Have you thought about highlighting this to your research colleagues?
AVETRA has put out a call for content (including short news items, advertisements of coming conferences or workshops, reports of recent events – accompanied by relevant photographs) to include in the December 2019 edition of A-News.
Please also promote this call for content to your colleagues. If you or your colleagues would like to make a contribution of content to the magazine, then please contact Josie Misko via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 08 8230 8647.
Content should be in to Josie by Dec 15, 2019.
Ready to meet with and learn from your domestic and international colleagues? Here are the details of the AVETRA 2020 Conference.
AVETRA’s 23rd Annual Conference
Thursday & Friday 23rd – 24th April 2020
Citadines Conference Centre
131-135 Bourke St, Melbourne
20/20 vision for VET: Research at the centre of future policy and practice
For more details and to register go to: https://www.avetra.org.au/pages/avetra-annual-conference.htl
I’m sure everyone associated with this Hub knows about the important NCVER organisation. The work done by NCVER is outstanding in providing data and insight into what is going on in the Vocational Education and Training sector, as well as broader sociological and economic trends. They too are preparing for the 2020 season.
#NoFrills2020: Call for presentations open!
NCVER is excited to announce that the call for submissions to present at the 29th National VET Research Conference ‘No Frills’ is now open!
They are seeking presentations that explore the theme Workforce ready: challenges and opportunities for VET and further our understanding of the issues it raises.
Submissions are invited from all parts of the VET sector, including industry, government, practitioners, peak bodies, and researchers.
Submissions are open until Monday, 17 February 2020. Learn more about presentation guidelines and how to submit.
Save the date
‘No Frills’ 2020 will be co-hosted with TAFE WA – North Metropolitan TAFE in Perth from 8-10 July 2020, so lock those dates in now.
For more information, visit the News & Events section on our Portal.
They are also busy bringing us up-to-date data and analysis in many forms: podcasts, webinars, publications and infographics
NEW EPISODE: Qualification design for the future of VET
Our brand new podcast episode features special guest Professor Peter Noonan talking with host Steve Davis and NCVER MD Simon Walker about the findings of the recent AQF review.
Hear more about micro-credentials, general capabilities, the Pathways Policy, proposed new qualification types and classification of VET qualifications.
Visit our Portal to listen to the episode and subscribe via your preferred platform.
New to Vocational Voices? Check out Season 2 for episodes on Industry 4.0, apprentices and trainees, and more.
Season 1 is also available and includes a full back catalogue of our past podcast episodes.
OUT NOW: NCVER latest releases
See below for the most recent reports:
- Are skill sets booming? An analysis of training package skill sets: skill sets are growing, both in number and in reported enrolments
- Government-funded students and courses – January to June 2019: A summary of students, programs, subjects and training providers in Australia’s government-funded VET system
Want to know more? Visit the Research & Statistics page for all of our recently published reports.
You can also subscribe to receive a notification on the day of each release