If we consider any training course from VET or Higher Education we note it consists of 2 parts: Practical activities and in this course it is things like the creation of learning programs, assessment tools, determining ACSF levels, presentations, validation, conducting assessment and so the list...

In view of the ever increasing number of Covid-19 positive cases reported every day, we are putting all face to face courses on hold until the daily number of infections substantially reduce. The decision has not been taken lightly and will only affect a few...

One of the more interesting changes to the VET landscape over the past 18 months has been the emergence of e-learning. The change has been embraced by the Australian community at large; consider how online meetings or children being educated from home have become the...

This morning the South Australian Government announced the reopening of its borders so we can, once again, offer our BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health in Safety course to the market. Virtual Classrooms with live trainers have revolutionised the VET industry over the past 2 years...

For some, one of the more “frightening” aspects of the course is the requirement to conduct a number of presentations. Realistically these should not be scary because if there is one thing Trainers have to do it is PRESENT to Learners. It can become scary...

We have had hundreds of phone calls, emails and web site messages asking about our PD sessions. To recap, we only cancelled these because it takes a team of 3 of us to run them effectively and Covid19 lockdowns precluded us from being able to get...