Student and Learning
Management System (SALM)

RI Project Team
Overview
TAFE in the 21st Century – are we there yet?

    SALM – covers all student administration systems (current and f...
STUDENT ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS (2008 – 2011)
                               • Auto recognition of previous TAFE studies
 ...
STUDENT ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS (2008 – 2011)
                           • Online enrolment, payment and EOI for commercia...
STUDENT ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS (2008 – 2011)

                                 • Online Registration Process
          ME...
Our Systems

   Enquiry to Alumni
   Integrated not interfaced
   Real Time
Our Customers
 Want it faster
 Want it now
 Want Technology


 Our People
 Need to be agile.
 Understand our business...
Change                               Enquiry




                Alumni                                      Enrolment



...
Challenges we face:
how to bring our people with us.
   Effective communication/consultation with all stakeholders (SALM)...
SALM Working Group – Riverina Institute

 Sponsor
    Graeme Stuchbery

 Members
    Matt Bennett
    Phil Chadwick
 ...
SALM Working Group Role

 Future rollout and implementation of state wide Student and
  Learning Management System within...
Strategy
    ‘Train the Trainer’ model selecting appropriate staff from each campus

    forming a collaborative network....
Riverina Institute SALM Organisation Chart

                                                                              ...
Train the Trainer




            •   Business Technology
            •   Automotive Engineering
            •   Managemen...
Benefits

 Sustainability of implementation.
 Consistency of message, practice and review.
 Sharing of resources
 Mini...
Conclusion

 Campus/Cluster management will be responsible for the
  implementation at campus level.
 The project team w...
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  1. 1. Student and Learning Management System (SALM) RI Project Team
  2. 2. Overview TAFE in the 21st Century – are we there yet? SALM – covers all student administration systems (current and future) under  LMBR, ie the replacement of SCI – 2009 and beyond  This is a generational change of approach
  3. 3. STUDENT ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS (2008 – 2011) • Auto recognition of previous TAFE studies Automated Credit Transfer (current) • All student and non student payment WebCR • Create all offers through MEVI (completed) • Enhanced Institute Management of TVH students TVH Process Improvements • Auto calculate fees (completed) • Improved Customer Service TAFECard – Non Bureau • On demand printing Printing (completed) • Web portal for employers of TAFE apprentices and Employer eServices trainees. (completed)
  4. 4. STUDENT ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS (2008 – 2011) • Online enrolment, payment and EOI for commercial MEVI Commercial courses • Online follow up of enquires (current – May 2009) • Comply with Commonwealth and State VET plan that requires public provision to third party and information REMs Improvements needs to be made available on TAFE websites (current) • Improved management reporting on utilisation of resources • Replacement for CIDO Teacher Portal (current) • OTEN’s personalised learning capability for all Institutes SAM/OLS (current) • Trialled by some Institutes in semester 2, 2009.
  5. 5. STUDENT ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS (2008 – 2011) • Online Registration Process MEVI ORP • Enrolment and EOI for new enrolment. (current – November 2009) • Replacement for SCIS and CLAMS SALM • Part of the LMBR project (current) • Possible 2011 • New class absence report for employers CLAMs tracking (completed) • Enhancements to existing attendance reports • Improved student tracking reports • Web based Institute planning system TAFE Institute Planning • Replacement for PFMO Application (current)
  6. 6. Our Systems  Enquiry to Alumni  Integrated not interfaced  Real Time
  7. 7. Our Customers  Want it faster  Want it now  Want Technology Our People  Need to be agile.  Understand our business in a dynamic environment at all levels.  About to embark on one of the biggest changes to our business since the 1970’s.  Conversion from ‘back of house’ to ‘on demand – real time’  @28 Feb 2009 42% RENR Not finalised (ie accepted or paid)
  8. 8. Change Enquiry Alumni Enrolment = TAFE in the 21st Century Reporting Payment Access Records
  9. 9. Challenges we face: how to bring our people with us.  Effective communication/consultation with all stakeholders (SALM) Consultation that is inclusive v’s exclusive. (SALM)   Modification of business rules (SALM)  Advanced business planning model  Programming delivery  Performance reporting  Timeliness of action (SALM)  Training and retraining SALM)  Change management and cultural change strategies (SALM)  Modification to building and IT assets  Organisational design and workforce planning
  10. 10. SALM Working Group – Riverina Institute  Sponsor  Graeme Stuchbery  Members  Matt Bennett  Phil Chadwick  Bronwyn Collins  Sonia Gogala  Linus Smith
  11. 11. SALM Working Group Role  Future rollout and implementation of state wide Student and Learning Management System within Riverina Institute.
  12. 12. Strategy ‘Train the Trainer’ model selecting appropriate staff from each campus  forming a collaborative network. RI nomination on the state wide SALM working group – nominee Bronwyn  Collins. Provide training to Campus ‘Train the Trainers’.   Develop implementation timeframes and training plans.  Development of training and operational resources.  Promote resources via technology.  SALM project to be a standard agenda item on DMF and Head Teachers forum. Form RI SALM Forum with membership to include Campus ‘Train the  Trainers’, to facilitate skill and resource development and network capabilities.  Develop minimum standards and benchmarks.  Customise state wide operational procedures.  Each campus/cluster will be responsible to manage implementation and training at their campus.
  13. 13. Riverina Institute SALM Organisation Chart Sponsor MANEX, Joint Exec, DMF SALM Project Team SALM Working Group Representative Temora/West Albury / Corowa Coomealla Coota/Young Deni/Finley Griffith/Lake Leeton/Narrandera NATCOE NEC/PIC Tumut Wagga Wyalong Campus Train the Trainers SALM Institute Forum Teacing Staff Admin Staff
  14. 14. Train the Trainer • Business Technology • Automotive Engineering • Management and Accounting Kim & • Information Communication and Technology Rosemary • Tourism & Hospitality • Hair & Beauty • Community Services & Health Maureen & • Creative Practical Arts ____ • Vocational Access - Pathways • Building & Construction • Plumbing & Roof Plumbing Leanne & • Vocational Access - Foundation Glenys • Mechanical Engineering • Electrical • TVET Chris & • Commercial Fiona • All sections - Corowa Campus Kellie
  15. 15. Benefits  Sustainability of implementation.  Consistency of message, practice and review.  Sharing of resources  Minimised localised deployment and inconsistent practice.  Common implementation and processes means easier movement of staff and shorter learning curves.  Rather than system experts (super users) grow business system mentors for succession purposes and avoid single point sensitivity.  Easier for central support services to connect to Riverina Institute.  Ownership is at the delivery unit
  16. 16. Conclusion  Campus/Cluster management will be responsible for the implementation at campus level.  The project team will provide linkages, training, advice and support for the life of the project.  There are exciting new challenges ahead and we look forward to your continued support. Matt, Phil, Bronwyn, Sonia and Linus. Acknowledgements: Simon Paine.

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