AAIR Surveys and Evaluation e-Vent Chapter 202117 June 2021 - 4 November 2021 - Online
Convenor: Australasian Association for Institutional Research (AAIR)
Got a gripe? Something you've been struggling with? An issue you just can't resolve? A whinge you just want to let out? These interactive sessions give members and the broader institutional research community an opportunity to come together with other AAIR members to share your challenges and triumphs.
Session dates: 17 June, 22 July, 26 August, 30 September, 4 November
(10–10:45am AWST; 11.30–12:15pm ACST; 12–12:45pm AEST)
AIEC 2021 Online5 October 2021 - 8 October 2021 - Online
Convener: IDP Education & International Education Association of Australia
Australian International Education Conference
This year’s conference will explore the theme ‘new horizons’ through five key subthemes: global challenges, digital innovation, life and learning, policy and politics and strategic insights.
This year’s virtual event will offer a unique convergence of virtual networking, learning and fun into a single package:
- Fantastic line-up of keynote speakers
- 230+ speakers
- 70+ sessions
- ‘Inspire’ videos on demand
- Country insights through the ‘World in focus’ video presentation series on demand
- Braindate – a powerful peer-learning and knowledge-sharing platform
- Opportunity to schedule 1:1 meetings with other delegates and exhibitors
- A virtual expo with over 80 exhibitors
- Fun and engaging social events
VET Training & Assessment 2021 Summit5 November 2021 - 5 November 2021 - Sydney / Online
The future of training and assessment in a changing world
The Vocational Education and Training sector is continuously evolving, and its survival will depend on its ability to continuously adapt.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us into a new era of human interaction that has affected the way trainers and learners communicate and collaborate in the workplace and learning environments.
The VET Training and Assessment Summit 2021 will focus on designing training for the new world of work, embracing new technologies and supporting trainers and learners to achieve successful outcomes that can impact the workplace and the broader community.
While there is a renewed focus on the importance of technical aptitude for training professionals, speakers will address changes from the foundational elements of vocational education and training.
VDC 2021 Teaching & Learning Conference18 November 2021 - 19 November 2021 - Online
Convener: VET Development Centre (VDC)
Theme: Creativity, Connectivity, Productivity
The 2021 VDC Conference will consist of highly interactive virtual professional learning sessions as well as high-profile keynote presentations discussing Creativity, Connectivity, Productivity in the VET sector.
VDC continues the 15-year tradition of providing one of Australia’s leading Teaching and Learning Conferences for VET practitioners from public, private and community providers that will be an engaging, entertaining and professionally enriching experience. We look forward to seeing you, online in November 2021.
National Conference15 March 2022 - 17 March 2022 - Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania
Convener: National Apprentice Employment Network
The NAEN 2022 Conference comes at a critical time for the group training sector and for all those with an interest in the way we develop the skills and the jobs of the future.
With the theme, ‘Adaptation and Opportunity’ the conference reflects the strength and resilience that has been a hallmark of the apprenticeship sector, at the same time as the apprenticeship model is being expanded to new and emerging fields.
As well as the traditional trades where apprenticeships have a long record of achievement, there is heightened interest in areas such as aged care, cyber security, infrastructure, and higher-level apprenticeships and traineeships.
The conference will bring together experts from around Australia, all sharing their knowledge and experience. They will examine what is working well in serving our country’s skills development, as well as new areas that represent the apprenticeships of the future.