Month: May 2021

Are Your Employees “Sheltering in Job?”

Some employees may be waiting out the pandemic before looking for a new job. What is your organization doing to ensure they stay put? The post Are Your Employees “Sheltering in Job?” appeared first on Training.

How to Avoid Leadership Potholes

The jump to a managing role comes with an increase in responsibilities. Here are five tips to help you avoid leadership mistakes. The post How to Avoid Leadership Potholes appeared first on Training.

Four Ways Nano-learning Changes Learning and Development

As employers compete for qualified talent, learning and development are crucial in building an attractive, competitive employer brand. The post Four Ways Nano-learning Changes Learning and Development appeared first on Training.

Family Violence Awareness Initiatives

Family Violence TAFE Operational Group Chisholm has been undertaking pilots in family violence response and primary prevention. As part of the pilots Chisholm is establishing a Family Violence TAFE Operational Group. This group’s purpose is to share information and experience on building the capability of TAFEs to prevent and respond to family violence across the …

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Tasmania talks post COVID Recovery

The Tasmanian election is done and dusted, so what will this mean for TAFE and the broader VET sector there? That’s not clear yet, but the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council (PERSAC) has made a number of wide-ranging recommendations, summarised here and in a report. What are they aiming to do? PERSAC was …

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Do you have your assessments covered?

As Semester 1 of the VDC Professional Learning Program draws to a close, don’t miss out on these upcoming assessment essentials in June. These webinars will delve into RPL, candidate experience and authentic assessment, and also assessment methods for AQF level requirements. There are so many ways to conduct assessments, but is every method meeting …

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