Skills Education webinars are presented by experts in their fields of interest.
The program is designed to support Skills Educators and topics include anything related to: learning, teaching, training, TAE, technology, VET, RTO operations, foundation skills, compliance issues and tips.
Best of all, as a community channel, the Skills Education series of webinars support multiple, independent presenters from vocational and broader fields of education. Rather than a nominal fixed payment for their expertise, revenue from tickets sold for each event is shared with the presenters.
The Skills Education Community Webinars are hosted by VET PD Group and supported with vetr digital technology. When you click on the summary overviews for each scheduled session, you are taken to the vetr portal where you can read full details of all events. All transactions are processed via the vetr portal.
How to create a soundtrack for learning
Research has proven that music affects the body in positive ways: it massages organs, reduces stress and increases learning. This session explores how to harness music in the best way to support learning.
Topics covered in this session will include:
- How to use music effectively within the learning environment
- How different music and musical styles can be used to influence behaviour
- Where to obtain (or create) music which is suitable for a training context.
Presented by: Marc Ratcliffe
Note this session is scheduled in the vetr portal which is set to daylight savings time. 10:30m AEST / 11:30pm AEDT
Managing plagiarism and cheating for online assessments
With so many providers moving toward online and blended delivery, this session is perfectly timed to help understand different ways of collecting evidence online.
Join Allison Miller to understand the importance of authenticating online assessment evidence. Sub-clause 1.8.2 Rules of Evidence: Authenticity of the Standards for RTOs (2015) requires assessors to be “assured that the evidence presented for assessment is the learner’s own work”.
Auditors are especially concerned about authenticity of learner work when this work is submitted online, and training organisations can be found non-compliant at audit if the training organisation cannot demonstrate how they are managing the online authenticity of their students’ work.
Presented by: Allison Miller
Note this session is scheduled in the vetr portal which is set to daylight savings time. 1pm AEST / 2pm AEDT
Affordable, relevant PD where your PD dollar is shared with the presenter sharing their expertise
Download your complimentary VET Practitioner Record of Professional Development
We understand statements of attendance are used as evidence of undertaking professional development. To add a level of rigour to that evidence, PD records are triggered once the Feedback Survey for the event is submitted - the survey is anonymous and can be submitted blank and is a mechanism to say some activity was completed in relation to the PD topic.
Statements are issued automatically by the vetr Portal for all participants who have paid registration for a webinar and who have submitted the feedback form. The feedback survey is accessed via the vetr portal dashboard - participants also receive an email with direct 'task' link to complete this. Please note, that unless otherwise advised, complimentary Skills Education sessions or information sessions are not eligible for a PD record.
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