Monthly Archives: October 2021

It is still October, so it is still OctoberVET

Don’t forget to register for these upcoming, and very informative events.  What a wonderful world where we can be anywhere in the world and access such knowledge and expertise. 

The relationship between migration to Australia and international education – history and future directions

Date: Wednesday 20 October
Time:
 12:00PM AEDT
Speaker: 
Dr Abul Rizvi
Venue: 
Online via Zoom
Registration: 
Please click here

For more information, please view the event flyer.

 Applied research in TAFE: Current practice and future opporunity

Date: Friday 29 October
Time:
 10.00 – 1.30pm AEDT
Speaker(s): 

Dr Louise Shaw, Warren Guest, Robyn Neeson, Lisa Clements and Connie Castellan, Dr Mary Hughes and Julie Wright.

Professor Debra Kiegaldie, Dr Ross Digby,Dr Henry Pook,Dr Gabby Koutoukides and Dr Joe Pagnoccolo

Venue: Online via WebEX
Registration: 
Please click here

For more information, please view the event flyer.

VET & Resilience @ BHI OctoberVET

Date: Friday 12 November
Time:
 1:00PM AEDT
Speakers: 
Dr Karen O’Reilly-Briggs, Dr Rochelle Fogelgarn,Dr Jacolyn Weller, Annemaree Gibson, Annie Carney, Stephanie Cunningham, Mark Jordan
Venue: Online via Zoom
Registration: Please click here

Thank you for the reminder

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REMINDER

National Skills Commission

Training Product Similarity Research – using innovative advanced techniques

presented by  Angela Hope and Kate Morrison
TODAY Monday 11 October 2021 3:30 pm – 5.00pm

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Angela Hope and Kate Morrison from the Forecasting, Skills and Analysis Branch in the National Skills Commission (NSC) will be discussing the new training product similarity exploratory work that they have undertaken. This analysis employed natural language processing to calculate similarity scores for each pair of training package qualifications. The machine learning techniques and NLP used by the NSC can be used to better understand the qualifications and skills being taught through the Australian VET system. The NSC will continue to build on this exploratory training similarity analysis. It has the potential to help identify similar training products which can assist in the simplification of the VET system and qualification design.
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