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Corporate author:National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)
The 28th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference 'No Frills' was co-hosted by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) and TAFE SA in Adelaide, South Australia, on 10-12 July 2019. 'No Frills' is a well-known annual national conference where researchers, practitioners, providers, government and industry representatives come together and share knowledge, ideas, insights and solutions surrounding Australia's vocational education and training (VET) sector. The conference also provided valuable professional development opportunities through a... [+] Show more
The 28th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference 'No Frills' was co-hosted by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) and TAFE SA in Adelaide, South Australia, on 10-12 July 2019. 'No Frills' is a well-known annual national conference where researchers, practitioners, providers, government and industry representatives come together and share knowledge, ideas, insights and solutions surrounding Australia's vocational education and training (VET) sector. The conference also provided valuable professional development opportunities through a program of hands-on, interactive pre-conference workshops incorporating activities on data and research analytics, and research practice. The 2019 conference program focused on 'The student journey: skilling for life'.
Edited abstract from publisher's website.
The presentation by the dinner speaker, Glenn Cooper, is available.
The transcript of the Ministerial address by Senator The Hon Michaelia Cash, Federal Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, is available.
The available paper is: Student choice and lifelong learning: who you gonna call? / Don Zoellner [also available in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 137.134].
The available poster presentation is: Collaborative teaching model to amalgamate vocational education skills into tertiary programs: contributing towards holistic student experience for the lifelong learning / Shweta Singh.
The available presentations are: Preparing students for gender equity in the workplace of tomorrow / Donna Bridges; Longitudinal study of student outcomes: attracting and retaining individuals to the Aged Care and Hospitality sectors / Melinda Brown; The RPL candidate: a neglected stakeholder / Deb Carr; School-to-work transitions of youth in Australia: a sequence analysis approach using LSAY / Emerick Chew; School-based apprenticeships providing a gateway to further education and employment / Karen Coulston and Karen White; GRAD SHOW: preparing graduates for life in the creative industries / Monica Davidson; Help! I'm starting tertiary study: now what? / Allyson Dutschke; Insights from 20 years of the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) / Cameron Forrest; Apprentices' perceptions of their supported acquisition of literacy and numeracy skills / Liam Frost-Camilleri; Go2workplacement an online work placement preparation program / Brendan Gembitsky; Life skills for a digital future / Morteza Hajizadeh and Kevin O'Leary; Supporting workforces during industry transition / Brett Hall; Exploring how VET can be challenged to better prepare youth for emerging workforce demands / Andrew Hardiman; Training: a stepping stone towards workplace competency, but not the full journey / Michael Hartman; Embedding learner capabilities and using the I am Capable online validation tool to create the most employable graduates in NZ / Andy Kilsby and Amber Paterson; Rethinking the link between study and jobs / Elizabeth Knight and Emma-Jane McCarroll; Australian VET courses for international students / Steve Nerlich; Insights into foundation skills provision by community education providers in regional Australia / Lisel O'Dwyer;; Just what skills are required for life / Serryn O'Regan; Occupational outcomes' influence on students' choices of higher vocational education in Australia / Stephen Parker and Elizabeth Knight; The strategic planning for future workplace learning and assessment innovation in New Zealand / Reena Patel; doorways2construction: a pathways success? / Marie Paterson and Eric Parnis; Employability skills: have we had it wrong? / Kate Perkins; Factoring in equality of opportunity: a case study of Western Sydney VET / Don Perlgut and Evelyn Goodwin; The significance of higher vocational education in Australia / Shaun Rawolle; Case studies of good practice in parent engagement in career education / Lauren Renshaw; Skilling up: intervention strategies for career development / Andrea Rivett; Shaping the skills of our future workforce / Sharon Robertson; New Work Mindset: creating a lifetime of careers / Alex Snow; Are skill sets booming?: use and utility of skill sets / John Stanwick; Recognition of structured workplace learning for Victorian senior secondary students undertaking VET / Daryl Sutton; Supporting students to succeed: helping students develop the essential resilience skills to overcome disadvantage / Amanda Torr; Unaccredited training: why employers use it and does it meet their skilling needs? / Ian White; Employer's perspective of the benefits and barriers to women in trades and what needs to change / Mark Williams; Harnessing social and cultural capital for life skills: women who 'can talk the tools' and 'walk the work' / Elizabeth Wulf; Looking inside: new tools for training package transparency / Michael Wyndham; Student choice and lifelong learning: who you gonna call? / Don Zoellner.
The afternoon tea presentation celebrating 30 years of VOCEDplus, including the slides promoting VOCEDplus features, is available.
The available workshops are: Advancing VET pedagogy - Enhancing the experience of students with disability through VET Disability Awareness eTraining / Jen Cousins and Darlene McLennan; Advancing VET pedagogy - Factors online VET teachers report influence their practice: a PhD scholarship research project / Deniese Cox; VOCEDplus: resource discovery to support practitioners / Kelly Frazer and Rose-Anne Polvere; Digital skills - Digital literacy is important / Anitza Geneve; Advancing VET pedagogy - Lifelong learning: a tale of one trainer's journey / Alan Maguire; Exploring data from the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) / Ronnie Semo and Olivia Gu.
The 'No Frills 2019' discussion paper 'The student journey: skilling for life' is available in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 136.04.[-] Show less
Subjects: Vocational education and training; Students; Providers of education and training; Apprenticeship; Participation; Outcomes; Higher education; Teaching and learning; Equity; Lifelong learning; Employment; Gender; Career development; Skills and knowledge; Literacy; Numeracy; Pathways; International education; Youth; Workforce development; Industry; Assessment; Innovation
Keywords: Skill needs; Recognition of prior learning; Training package; Competence; Competency based training; Skill development; Equal opportunity; Future; Relevance of education and training; Skill sets; Social capital; Apprentice; Perception; Employers; Barrier; International students; Work experience; Workplace learning; VET in schools; VET for secondary students; Transition from education and training to employment; Youth transitions; Data analysis; Industry restructuring; Unaccredited training; Case study; Graduates; Employability; Longitudinal data; Longitudinal study
Published: Adelaide, South Australia: NCVER, 2019
Physical description: various pagings