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A long-standing partnership between RMIT and Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV) is building a workforce of dental assistants and technicians, while serving the oral health needs of vulnerable clients.
Western Australia’s Water Corporation has worked closely with TAFE for over ten years to verify that its VET water qualification programs are high quality and in line with required national training standards.
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) – the largest producer and supplier of seaborne metallurgical coal with seven mines across the Bowen Basin – identified a need for the fast-tracked development and delivery of automated technology pathways, skill sets and qualifications for an open-cut mining environment in Queensland.
The response was a multi-million-dollar collaboration between BMA, TAFE Queensland and CQ University Australia, the Queensland Future Skills Partnership.
Please join TDA and expert Sandra Milligan from the Assessment Research Centre for a discussion on current developments of general capability tertiary education frameworks and future possibilities. Following Sandra’s presentation, Megan Lilly from the Australian Industry Group will offer a perspective on their importance for industry. Jane Trewin of Box Hill Institute will conclude the session by providing examples of how one TAFE embeds them in their delivery and assessment.
TDA is joined by Professor Sally Kift for a panel discussion on the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Following the recent release of ASQA’s draft model for self-assurance, please join TDA for an in-depth discussion on self-assurance and what it means for the vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Please join TDA and a panel of experts, including Professor Sally Kift, on 27 July at 2pm AEST for a conversation on the scholarship of teaching and learning.
TAFE Directors Australia (TDA) convened the TAFE Policy Network on Quality, Regulation and Compliance (QRC) following the TDA Convention 2019, The Power of TAFE, which sought to strengthen the way TAFEs and TAFE divisions of dual sector universities work together.
Please join TDA and TechnologyOne for a discussion on one of the most significant risks facing all organisations today – cyber security.