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    1. 1. Broadly speaking<br />“ VET qualifications reflect the choices of individuals to receive training and assessment services in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.” <br />1<br />
    2. 2. Industry-ledindustry defines what it is to be competent in their industry <br />Nationalmanaged by the state, territory and Australian governments<br />Client-focusedresponds to the needs of clients<br />Australian Vocational Education and Training<br />
    3. 3. As a student in the Vocational Education and Training sector.<br />Benefits can be:<br /><ul><li> a nationallyor state recognised qualification
    4. 4. a statement of attainment from an accredited or non-accredited course
    5. 5. increased skills and knowledge
    6. 6. more options for career mobility and development
    7. 7. recognition of competence already achieved
    8. 8. a pathway to higher qualifications in teaching
    9. 9. improved job satisfaction and effectiveness.</li></ul>3<br />Student’s who study in VET<br />
    10. 10. Who's who in the Vocational Sector <br />Ministerial Council for Tertiary, Education and Employment (MCTEE)<br />State/Territory Training Authorities (STA’s)<br />Department of Tertiary Education, Skills, Jobs and Workplace Relations (DTESJWR or DEEWR)<br />NQC<br />NTF<br />AQTF<br />NTIS<br />TVET<br />NCVER.<br />Industry Skills Councils (ISC’s)<br />Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s)<br />Learners Community Industry<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    11. 11. Legal, regulatory and organisational requirements<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    12. 12.
    13. 13. MCTEE<br />DEEWR<br />STAs<br />ISCs<br />RTOs<br />
    14. 14. National Skills Framework (NSF)<br />Nationally endorsed Training Packages<br />Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)<br />Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF)<br />
    15. 15. Quality assurance<br />Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF)<br />Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    16. 16. Organisational Quality Assurance, Policies and Procedures.<br />Scope of Registration<br />CIP = Course Implementation Plan<br />LAP = Learning and Assessment Plan<br />
    17. 17. Australian Quality Framework (AQF)<br /><ul><li>Voc. Graduate Diploma
    18. 18. Voc. Graduate Certificate
    19. 19. Advanced Diploma
    20. 20. Diploma
    21. 21. Certificate IV
    22. 22. Certificate III
    23. 23. Certificate II
    24. 24. Certificate I
    25. 25. Senior Secondary Certificate of Education
    26. 26. Doctoral Degree
    27. 27. Masters Degree
    28. 28. Graduate Diploma
    29. 29. Graduate Certificate
    30. 30. Bachelor Degree
    31. 31. Associate Degree
    32. 32. Diploma</li></ul>Schools<br />VET<br />Higher Education<br />See handout 1<br />
    33. 33. Whatare training packages?<br />Specify skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in the workplace.<br />Support nationally consistent, portable qualifications.<br />Set out what training organisations need to follow to deliver and assess qualifications.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    34. 34. Development and review<br />Training packages have been developed:<br />for an industry, industry sector or enterprise<br />by Industry Skills Councils (ISCs) <br />According to the process set out in online Training Package Development Handbook (DEEWR)<br />using national research and consultation<br />with national endorsement<br /> reviewed and modified regularly.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    35. 35. Structure of training packages<br />Endorsed Components of all training packages<br />Units of Competency<br />Assessment Guidelines<br />Qualifications Framework<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    36. 36. NTIS - www.ntis.gov.au<br />
    37. 37. Finding training packages<br />All endorsed and ready for use training packages<br />Bodies who work with industry and community to develop & revamp Training Packages<br />Source of information for sector<br />Government based company to support VET sector<br />
    38. 38. What are accredited courses?<br />Developed to address an education or training gap where skill requirements not covered by a training package<br />Often in niche or general education areas, or where there is a rapid change in skill needs<br />Accredited through state and territory accrediting bodies, or a national regulator. <br />VRQA in Victoria. <br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    39. 39. Accessing accredited courses<br />National Training Information Service (NTIS).<br />State and territory accrediting bodies (or national regulator).<br />The copyright owner.<br />for further information.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
    40. 40. TSN - http://trainingsupport.otte.vic.gov.au/default.cfm<br />
    41. 41. In-house RTO CREATIVEVET cycle<br />Training Needs Analysis <br />RPL or CT<br />Moodle<br />Workplace or in RTO, school<br />Students can use Moodle anytime<br />Workplace or in RTO, school<br />

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