Month: March 2021

Mentoring and peer support: Key ways to build teacher capability

Another article in this issue has looked at teaching capability. This time the focus in on two strategies to build that capability: peer support and mentoring. The Macklin review noted strong support for improving the professional learning for VET and ACFE teachers including the establishment of mentoring programs and professional learning communities to enhance learning …

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A new take on VET teaching capability

NCVER has just re-released a report aimed at “identifying approaches that could enhance teaching quality in the vocational education and training (VET) sector.” It found that there was strong support for implementing systematic approaches to teacher preparation, mentor support and providing opportunities for continuing professional development. This new study This report, authored by NCVER’s Josie …

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Free Skills First Family Violence Professional Learning Programs

Free for Victorian Skills First providers, the DET Family Violence Programs are now available as part of a suite of quality initiatives under Victorian Government’s Building from Strength, the 10 Year Industry Plan for Family Violence Prevention and Response. These programs are designed for teachers, trainers and assessors interested in delivering Family Violence related courses. …

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The RECI Project

Help us to help you strengthen the community! Over the coming months Mental Health Victoria’s workforce development team will be taking a deep dive into mental health support for Victoria’s community. MHV is inviting you to have your say, please take a moment to complete the baseline scoping exercise (it should only take about six …

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Why the New Normal May Be the Old Normal

Even though many organizations are talking about a “hybrid” model for work post-pandemic, there seems to be a preference for bringing employees back to the office. The post Why the New Normal May Be the Old Normal appeared first on Training.