Develop good VET Assessments
I’ve been doing some reading over the summer break. As well as a couple of novels, I looked over some of my favourite books on adult education.
One of them is Design…
I'm loving ASQA's strategic audit focus 2016/17
I’m writing this fresh from hearing Pam Christi (Executive Director, Regulatory Operations, ASQA) speak this morning at the ACPET VET VIC forum.
First she shared some interesting statistics (I’m a fan of statistics)
There are 4 million VET students in…
Does your RTO have a good assessment system in place?
I wrote a guest blog for the Axcelerate team on what a good assessment system looks like and how they can set one up.
See it here
My response to Quality of Assessment in VET – Discussion Paper
The Department of Education and Training has just released Quality of Assessment in VET – discussion paper, and are looking for responses.
There have been a lot of…
Best practice case study in supporting apprentices
I’m a big believer in sharing good practices in the VET sector.
So this blog is dedicated to the exemplary work of the Victorian Automotive Chamber of Commerce (VACC), the peak retail automotive association in Victoria in attracting, retaining and…
Planning for good assessments
You know the saying, fail to plan and you plan to fail.
This is so true of assessments in VET and a lack of planning is contributing to assessment not being done properly in many RTOs.
And my experience suggests 2…
Make it stick - learning the right way
I have recently come across an excellent book, Make it Stick (the science of successful learning). It makes the bold and rather confronting…