Dr Ruth Shean
Department of Training and Workforce Development
Hon. Dr Kim Hames
Minister for Training and Workforce Development
Generation One and a new approach to jobs programs for Aboriginal people
Fortescue Metals Group
The crucial challenge in VET - balancing learner and industry needs and expenses
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Council for Private Education and Training
Waves of Change; Three Global Trends Disrupting your Slumber
Author and Futurist
Update on changes to the WACE
Chief Executive Officer
School Curriculum and Standards Authority
The VET Practitioner Capability Framework (developed by Innovation & Business Skills Australia) describes the broad capabilities required for a range of job roles in the VET sector. It provides a common language for the knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes that practitioners will display if they are performing well in their roles.
The final framework consists of:
- Three Levels that reflect the expertise and responsibility required of VET Practitioners
- Four Domains describing the specialist skills required of VET Practitioners
- Six Skill Areas that address more generic work skills required for VET
- Practitioner job roles.
The session will explain the Capability Framework, its structure and its applications. It will be practical, highly interactive and encourage participants to share their experiences of managing staff. It is expected that the target audience will be mainly people from Human Resource Management, Staff Development or direct line management roles.
Joshua Lyons/Luisa Mollan
Training Resource Allocation Department of Training and Workforce Development
Making the mark: RTO contract management and compliance under Future Skills WA
Reforming our apprenticeship system
The art of engaging employers and enterprises in workforce planning and development
SWIT and Baptistcare e-learning partnership
Ty Theodore & Carol Howe
VET Capability Frameworks in action - Goldfields Institute of Technology
This session showcases the implementation of two different VET Capability Frameworks in two regional institutes: Goldfields and Kimberley.
Kimberley Training Institute is implementing the IBSA Capability Framework for their VET practitioners, while Goldfields Institute is implementing their own Framework, the Training Lecturers Professional Development Framework (LPDF).
These two stories will present a range of possibilities for developing the workforce in your registered training organisation with the ultimate goal of building capability.
Gordon Duffy, Paul Gale, Michael Eckermann
Skilling WA: the Western Australian workforce planning and development model
Jim Thompson, Emma Margetts, Peter Darch
Urban GATE: partnership for youth engagement
Challenges and opportunities of moving towards demand driven delivery
The future RTO: diversity, niche, collaborate or die!
Student engagement: the next step... and bringing our teachers along for the ride so they ultimately lead the way
Cathie Bonner, Matt Dowell
Sustainable training options for students with barriers to learning
Rodney Buckenara, Claire Donohoe
LOV Beauty (WA VET in Schools Excellence 2013)
Virtual workplace simulations
National VET regulator update
This session will provide an overview of the activities of the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) since it began operations in June 2011.