There has been tremendous growth in the use of social media in almost every area of our lives, and the potential for its use in education and training settings is increasingly being explored.
Based on the insights of teachers, students and employers, this webinar will examine the forms of social media being used as part of VET programs (particularly Facebook and YouTube), the outcomes from its use and how it is being integrated into VET assessment. Elements of good practice for both institutions and teachers will also be touched on.
This webinar is aimed at registered training organisations and VET teachers who are interested to learn more about how social media is being used in VET courses.
Victor Callan, Director of Callan Consulting Group and Professor of Leadership and Management at Queensland University Business School
Victor has completed (with others) a number of VET projects around the use of e-learning, innovations and partnerships around training delivery and new approaches to apprenticeship training. His most recent industry reports have examined the employers training practices and partnerships in VET, industry restructuring and the retraining of displaced workers, and the skills that are in demand for jobs in Australia’s most innovative firms.
Dr Genevieve Knight, Research Operations Manager, NCVER
Prior to joining NCVER, from 2013-2017 Genevieve was a Senior Research Fellow with the National institute of Labour Studies, Principal Research Fellow with the Policy Studies Institute (London) and associate of the Australian Centre for Community Services Research. She has over 20 years’ experience of successful social policy development and evaluation research. Genevieve has a broad background in the field evaluation of social and community policies, and designing evaluations to successfully identify policy impact and cost-benefit.
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