Four pillars of vet forum wp nbn elearning presentation


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NBN enabled RTO capability framework
Organisational models
Project – objectives, participants, activities
Case studies
Storyboarding and video example
Lessons learned
Contact details

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  • Outline NBN enabled RTO capability frameworkOrganisational modelsProject – objectives, participants, activitiesCase studiesStoryboarding and video exampleLessons learnedContact details
  • Communication, Marketing and SalesCreativity, Change and InnovationE-learningGeneralIntellectual PropertyMultimedia, Storyboarding and GamesSystems, Software, Tools and PackagesWeb and Social Media
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  • of the key points Kaye and Victor make…People supports are critical for sustaining e-learning.Those who prove to be the most supportive reveal a sound understanding of teaching, skills in educational design and a willingness to mentor.For-profit businesses in particular see advantages in using external consultants that work with their internal e-champions.Different organisations establish the support function in different ways and each approach has its own benefits.However, the central model stands ahead of the rest as it provides all of the expertise in a one-stop-shop.Such units provide expertise that supports teachers, trainers and employers to initiate and sustain e-learning
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  • WendyWA – 2 RTOsKingston Training and Employment Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal ScienceNBN Roll out sites: Geraldton, Mandurah, South Perth, Victoria Park, Meadow Springs NSW BCA National NBN Roll out sites: Armidale, Sydney NT BCA National NBN Roll out site: DarwinSA Community Services Training and Development Centre NBN Roll out sites:  Willunga, Aldinga Beach, Seaford Vic JobCo NBN Roll out site:  Brunswick
  • Action learning schedule – the projectsFor E-learning, E-Assessment and Online RPLUsing, collecting and making your own high definition video content:Equipment and SoftwareAudio and Sound recordingsLighting and Vision systemsDigital images and devicesMultimedia and filesMusicInteractive content
  • Case studiesJobCo (Brunswick, VIC) (Bike man!)CSTDC (SA)BCA National (NSW, NT)Kingston Training and Employment trading as DNA Kingston Training (WA) Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science (WA)
  • JobCOJobCo. specifically utilises the BSB20107 Certificate II in Business for training purposes to provide the skills to enable participants with significant barriers – such as Indigenous Australians, women, disadvantaged job seekers, people with a disability, people with a mental illness, disengaged youth, youth at risk – to engage in active job seeking and/or further study. BSBCMM201A Communicate in the workplace BSBWRT301A Write simple documentsBSBWOR203A Work effectively with others BSBITU203A Communicate electronicaBSBITU201A Produce simple work processed documents  These units are delivered in a clustered model to enable the target audience to experience basic literacy skills and understand the working environment. Participants learn to write job applications, letters, resumes, interview skills and good presentation, basic work-related forms as well as learning communication skills and engaging with others in a simulated workplace environment by understanding an employer’s expectations and there is incidental learning across other areas related to the working environment.CSTDCTo enhance our existing e-learning capacity by developing the practical skill components of training for regional and remote workers via the National Broadband Network (NBN).This will be achieved by using live streaming, Video, Photos, DVD’s and eventually, tablets and smart phone technology in addition to our existing e-learning platform in NBN enabled areas.This project is designed to address the current limitations of training experienced in rural/remote areas of time, distance and accessibility to training professionals to undertake the practical aspects of assessment. BCATo demonstrate deliverables for the 2012 E-Learning NBN Program, all participants will present a final project to demonstrate knowledge and skills they have developed throughout their course and how they can contribute back to the communities. The video will be streamed to various remote and urban locations across Australia including Darwin, Armidale and Sydney to demonstrate the use of the NBN how training can be video recorded and assessed not just from one location.
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    1. 1. vStreamACPET National NBN e-learning projectWendy PerryWorkforce BluePrint
    2. 2. Self assessmentSelf assess your NBN enabled capability against thefollowing areasNeed development, competent, can develop others• Communication, Marketing and Sales• Creativity, Change and Innovation• E-learning• General• Intellectual Property• Multimedia, Storyboarding and Games• Systems, Software, Tools and Packages• Web and Social Media
    3. 3. NBN Capability FrameworkCommon development needs:• Market research• Digital images• SEO• Digital/mobile games• Music (use) and sound (editing)• IP• Storylines and treatments• Web and social media
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    5. 5. Objectives• Experiment and develop e-learning, e-assessment, online RPL tools, platforms and systems• Use common freeware, cost-effective tools and cloud applications• High definition video streaming and communication, using mobile technologies, including iPads• Telepresence for tutors, trainers, assessors, learners• Develop an RTO NBN-enabled capability framework for application by RTOs nationally
    6. 6. Participating RTOs5 RTOs across 5 States targeting 12 NBN rollout sites: •Kingston Training and Employment WA •Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science •NBN Roll out sites: Geraldton, Mandurah, South Perth, Victoria Park, Meadow Springs NSW •BCA National •NBN Roll out sites: Armidale, Sydney NT •BCA National •NBN Roll out site: Darwin SA •Community Services Training and Development Centre •NBN Roll out sites: Willunga, Aldinga Beach, Seaford Vic •JobCo •NBN Roll out site:Brunswick
    7. 7. Project activities• Vstream Program meetings, action planning, communication using Elluminate or video conferencing (ongoing)• Vstream Program Induction• Organisational readiness assessment against NBN Enabled RTO Capability Framework• Action research and action learning workshops (fortnightly)• Progress meetings on individual action plans• Development phase, testing and review• Facilitation and delivery of pilot programs (at least 10 learners per RTO)• Review of Vstream pilot program• Draft and final report, dissemination strategies
    8. 8. Outputs• 5 Case Studies (1 from each RTO – how to stories)• 1 video output per RTO (where appropriate inclusion of how to guides)• Tools and Resources list (utilised throughout the project)• Professional Development (action learning) sessions and one-on- one coaching• NBN-enabled RTO Capability Framework• Fact sheet on teleprescence and teleworking in VET• RTO’s project plans and ACPET NBN E-Learning project plan• Project presentation
    9. 9. Action learning schedule – the support1. Moodle + NBN-enabled RTO Capability Framework2. Video streaming via cloud (You Tube, Vimeo) + NBN opportunities and business planning3. Audio streaming (sound cloud) + TED Talks4. Video conferencing using VLE software (Centre, Blackboard Collaborate, Webex) + Intellectual property and copyright5. Skype + Telepresence and teleworking6. Online RPL , iPads and mobile technologies7. Virtual Worlds + simulated workplace environments8. Collaborative tools – Twitter, Yammer + Culturally appropriate content9. QR codes – creative uses and Microsoft Tag10. Accessibility
    10. 10. Storyboarding exampleUse the following template…Screen # Description Onscreen text Resources01 Intro Title of the video Photos/music/video
    11. 11. Lessons learned – Don’ts• Don’t video a complete session – too much information to try to edit!!• Don’t set up the video too far away from the Trainer – can’t hear trainer’s voice but sure can hear everyone else’s carry on!!• Don’t try to video power point presentations in a sunlight filled room that can’t be dampened – all you record is bright white light!
    12. 12. Lessons learned – Dos• Develop a story board giving direction and purpose for what you are doing and what the outcome is to be.• Develop a script to ensure the video and photo’s flow and are covering the critical aspects of the skill required.• Do it one step at a time! – breakdown the steps into short 2 – 4 minute video segments.• Add ‘still shot’ photos to illustrate in addition to the video, or to highlight a step in the process• Allow time between video segments for diversity of learning styles and be mindful of Literacy, Language and numeracy aspects.