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In this episode Claire is joined by two leaders steering their organisations through the profound changes that the VET sector is responding to in terms of the changes in the industries they train for, the changing demands from their learners, increased digitisation and more. Catherine Ng is the General Manager of CIT's commercial arm, CIT Solutions, and Steve Petit is the CEO of AIF. Despite the differences in their organisations - these two leaders are tackling many of the same strategic challenges (and Steve also has important insights from a recent successful self-assurance audit).--------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode Claire is joined by Daniel Milford (CEO and founder of Chironix) a specialist in software engineering and robotic systems, and Helen Tinney (General Manager at AUSMESA). They share their insights on how the world of work is changing and how the VET sector and TAFE in particular, given Helen's extensive career there, are responding.For listeners wanting to understand more about how the industry cluster organisations intend bringing industry and VET providers together on the training product development process (ie qualification and learning resource design) this episode is worth a listen even if you don't work in TAFE. -------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode Claire is joined by Prof. Sarah Todd Vice President (Global) at Griffith University to discuss her experiences in the sector particularly during COVID and as international students are now being welcomed back to campus. As the President of APAIE - Sarah also shared some key takeaways from this year's APAIE Annual Conference.-----------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by Jay Segeth, My eQuals Program Director at HES, and Daniel Hibbert, Commercial Director at Digitary to discuss the My eQuals platform and how it sits alongside changes in the sector such as the Microcredentials Marketplace which is currently under development by UAC, the new National Credentials Platform which UAC and HES are building with funding allocated by the Department of Education, Skills and Employment, and the new National Microcredential Framework recently published by DESE. If you want to know more about My eQuals their website is: https://www.myequals.edu.au---------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by Sharon Robertson, CEO of the IBSA Group to explore how the VET sector can meet the needs of industries as they go through rapid digital transformation and to unpack what the new Industry Clusters will mean for the sector - including specifically VET providers.In the episode you'll hear mention of:the Heads of Agreement for Skills Reform https://www.pmc.gov.au/sites/default/files/publications/heads-of-agreement-skills-reform.pdfthe new Industry Clusters https://www.skillsreform.gov.au/reforms/industry-engagement-reforms/, andnew OECD data on the take-up of AI https://oecd.ai/en/data?selectedArea=ai-jobs-and-skills-------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode Claire is joined by Ryan O'Hare,  CEO Asia-Pacific for Keypath Education, to discuss how online education is changing and how online program managers (OPMs) like KeyPath help traditional education institutions expand their offerings and attract new students.------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by US EdTech entrepreneur Shaunak Roy from Yellowdig explaining how their platform and its social media-like design is increasing student retention in both face-to-face and online learning. With universities from the most traditional (Harvard) to fully online (Arizona State University) using Yellowdig - the platform reflects students' lived experiences of using a variety of tech tools and platforms even when engaged in traditional in-class learning.-------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
On this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by Dr Gavin Lind, CEO of AUSMESA, to explain their work as a pilot skills organisation. Whether or not you train for the mining and resources sector, if you're interested in the government's qualification reforms (speeding up the qualification design process),  new Industry Clusters, and possible changes to apprenticeship models - then there's a lot for you in this episode.--------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In the final episode for 2021 Claire looks at emerging reforms in international education, VET and higher education and considers what they will mean for providers.There's a lot to discuss so if you're only interested in international education Claire covers that at the start of this episode. She moves to the domestic VET sector at the 14 minute 20 second mark, and onto domestic higher education at the 35 minute mark. The three  reports she mentions are:Australian Strategy for International Education (2021-2030)State of Australia's Skills 2021University-Industry Collaboration in Teaching and Learning Review------------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
On this episode Claire is joined by Chris Smith, ReadyTech's Head of Strategy and Innovation. If you're someone who thinks data reporting is a necessary compliance requirement which gets in the way of running your institution, this conversation between Claire and Chris will convince you otherwise. Chris shares a raft of thoughtful and entertaining insights on where the sector is heading and how data can help drive performance improvement.-------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
Claire is joined by Neil Pearson, IDP's Chief Digital Marketing Officer, to discuss their new app 'IDP Live' and how it changes international student decision making, and what it can offer institutions looking to diversify their international student population.------------------------------------------------ The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by Jenny Dodd, the interim CEO of TAFE Directors Australia. Jenny shares her insights on the opportunities (and challenges) facing the TAFE sector as the VET system goes through more reforms.Details on the new Industry Cluster arrangements are available on the DESE website, as well as details of other VET reforms recently implemented or in progress. And as a follow-up from the last episode, if you wanted a link to the University of Wollongong's new website for the Jindaola program - it's: https://www.uow.edu.au/about/services/woolyungah-indigenous-centre/jindaola/---------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by Jade Kennedy (Academic Director and Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at the University of Wollongong) to discuss Jindaola.Jindaola is about successfully embedding Aboriginal perspectives and knowledge into the university's curriculum and teaching practices. As Jade makes clear it's a team approach where the knowledge of community elders is being embraced by the university and where all students and staff are the beneficiaries. ----------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
This week Claire is joined on the podcast by Stephen Connelly from Adventus.io - an international education EdTech firm. Stephen offers rich insights on what's happening in international education and what institutions will need to deal wth in future based on his deep experience and multiple different roles in the sector.-------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode Claire is joined by Sally Curtain, the CEO of Bendigo Kangan Institute, to discuss leading an organisation during COVID and how the Institute is responding to changing employer and community needs.------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode Claire is joined by Jodi Schmidt, the CEO of the Human Services Skills Organisation to discuss reforms happening in the VET sector, the work the HSSO is doing and some of the issues the sector still needs to tackle.If you're interested in providing input into the skills reform agenda - there's a Skills Reform Engagement Hub on the DESE website  (https://www.skillsreform.gov.au) which includes a brief summary of the new Industry Clusters.  And Jenny Dodd at TAFE Directors Australia has also written a brief summary on the Industry Clusters.---------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode Claire unpacks two new NCVER reports highlighting the changes happening in the government-funded and fee-for-service parts of the VET sector. You can read Claire's analysis in two recent updates in the News section of her website: https://clairefield.com.au/news/ And the NCVER's data is an absolute treasure trove if you want to understand the sector better: https://www.ncver.edu.au------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
In this episode of the podcast, Claire is joined by Dr Douglas Proctor, PVC Global Engagement at Swinburne University of Technology, to discuss international education.-------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
This episode is part 2 of Claire's conversation with VET consultant Joe Newbery and draws on his insights about inconsistency in ASQA decision-making (and how to improve things) in this recent article: https://newberyconsulting.com.au/observation-assessment/Joe's article came out at the same time as an audit report on ASQA's performance conducted by the Australian National Audit Office which you can find here on the ANAO website. ------------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
On this episode of the podcast Claire is joined by VET consultant, Joe Newbery, to discuss his recent article on observation assessment in VET. If you haven't read it it is a 'must read' for all RTO compliance managers and assessors: https://newberyconsulting.com.au/observation-assessment/In the article Joe also discusses the need for more consistency in ASQA decision making. There was so much to discuss in his interview with Claire that we have split that part of the discussion out and you can find it in the next episode of the podcast.--------------------------------------------The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au
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