Driving organisational change to adopt high-quality online training

Introducing online training into your business through the use of technology and tools can help you increase productivity, reach new potential customers, provide great flexibility, increase sales, and help create more effective and productive learning sessions. It is, however, time-consuming and laborious to get every employee on board in an organisation that has never offered […]

New TAE 22B E-learning and E-assessment – Open for public review and feedback

The following training products are now available for public review and feedback: TAEDEL405 Plan, organise and deliver e-learning (unit of competency) TAEASS404 Conduct e-assessment of competence (unit of competency) TAESS00019 E-learning and E-assessment Skill Set You can download and access the materials through Draft-E-learning-and-E-assessment-Training-Products Click on the following link to provide your feedback to PWC […]

Direct observations in online learning environments

In order to get an accurate picture of how a learner is performing, trainers and assessors should try to conduct personal observations or direct observations. The problem with doing this is that it can be difficult for trainers and assessors to observe students if they are not performing or demonstrating their skills in a traditional […]

Why a collaborative regulatory body is important for the training and education industry

Training and education have always been an industry that is surrounded by regulations, rules, and policies. The regulatory body provides a foundation for the training and education industry. Collaboration is vital for success and it is important that the regulatory body has a collaborative and transparent approach in order to improve governance and accountability. A […]

Update about Victoria’s International Student Arrivals Plan

International students will start returning to Victoria by the end of 2021 under the Victorian Government’s International Student Arrivals Plan, which has been endorsed by the Australian Government. The plan was developed in consultation with Victorian universities, and industry peak bodies from across the international education sector, including the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia, the […]

Queensland has set a new national record for the number of women entering the construction industry.

According to data released this week by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), Queensland has achieved the highest-ever number of females enrolling in a construction trade apprenticeship of any state or territory in the country. Furthermore, according to the data, the overall number of female construction apprentices in the Sunshine State is larger […]