This webinar will provide a brief detailed demonstration on how to use NCVER’s free USI Transcript Update tool, which was created to enable RTOs to manually update their clients’ USI transcripts. Presenters will share some of their favourite tips and tricks for using the tool, and after the demonstration will run a Q&A session with participants.
Chair and Facilitator
Rhetta Chappell, Project Officer, National Standards, NCVER
Rhetta works as a Project Officer in the National Standards branch and has been with NCVER for four years. Rhetta started out with NCVER's Client Support team where she worked closely with RTOs and student management system vendors and used this information to create a range of targeted fact sheets, user guides and webinars. In her role as Project Officer, Rhetta enjoys facilitating the AVETMISS team’s projects, helping to ensure that the statistical standards and associated validation and classification management systems keep pace and remain relevant to the changing needs of the VET sector.
Airlie Waddicor, Research Officer, National Standards, NCVER
Airlie works in the National Standards branch, where she works on maintaining AVETMIS Standards and the AVETMISS validation software (AVS) to ensure they are up to date with VET sector requirements. Airlie has been with NCVER for four years, starting out with NCVER's Client Support team where she became well acquainted with issues facing RTOs and student management system vendors. Airlie now works in the AVETMISS team where she is particularly driven by finding ways to reduce burden on stakeholders, whilst also seeking to improve the quality of data submitted to NCVER.
Rosa Librandi, Client Support Officer, National Standards, NCVER
Rosa has over 3 years’ experience working with NCVER’s client support team. With a solid knowledge of AVETMISS and the validation software, she is able to provide friendly assistance to RTOs to meet their VET reporting compliance requirements.
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