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Developing e-learning capability is a complex, ongoing and organisation-wide challenge. It ain’t easy. Here we explore how Victorian RTOs are supported by ACPET to embed elearning.

Features - Southern School of Natural Therapies and the Fire Protection Association

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  • 1. ecapability
  • 2. Introduction to the Fire Protection Association of Australia
  • 3. Need for training in the Fire Protection Industry
  • 4. Why was more training needed in the Fire Protection Industry?
  • 5. Challenges for training of fire protection technicians
  • 6. Print based learning resources first
    • FPA Australia developed print-based learning resources.
    • Recognition of Prior Learning was introduced to the FPA Australia 
    • tasks explained became more complex and harder to show in print-base form so other resource types were considered
    8/2/04
  • 7. CD -based resources followed
    • First CD was produced and included photos and videos.
    • Second CD produced and contained photos and short sharp videos of relevant fire protection procedures.
    8/2/04
  • 8. E-learning resources developed
    • Blackboard
    • Staff support
    • Online Units
    • ePortfolio
    • Best Practice Website (in development)
    8/2/04
  • 9. 8/2/04
  • 10. 8/2/04
  • 11. Assessor groups 8/2/04
  • 12. Evidence stored 8/2/04
  • 13. Assessor comments shared 8/2/04
  • 14. Motivators for progress to e-learning
    • willingness to try and adopt new technologies and learning methods.
    • Big picture staff drivers
    • Managers who successfully match staff interest and capabilities
    • Mentor & Consultant Support
    • Supportive forums of e-learners
    8/2/04