It’s a challenging environment for vocational education and training providers with several factors changing the environment in which you operate. To develop an understanding of the factors that create this dynamic environment don’t miss the 2020 Vocational Education and Training Business Summit.
With a program that’s designed to support the senior management of vocational education and training providers, the 2020 Vocational Education and Training Business Summit program will introduce you to those responsible for driving reform. It’s a unique opportunity to actively engage with those who influence the issues that affect the sustainability of your business. Program highlights include:
The Australian Government is implementing its ambitious $525 million reform package ‘Delivering Skills for Today and Tomorrow’. Find out about the changes that aim to modernise the VET sector and how they allow quality providers deliver the quality outcomes students and their employers are looking for.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is reviewing its engagement with Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) to provide them with greater support to understand and meet their compliance obligations. It’s a changed dynamic and this presentation will outline what providers can expect from the sector’s regulator.
This presentation will review the outcomes of the Australian Government’s review of the VET students loan program including options to improve the experience for both providers and students, whilst ensuring that the program is delivering on the government’s policy objectives.
Following extensive consultation, Steven Joyce present its his report ‘Strengthening Skills: Expert Review of Australia's Vocational Education and Training System’ to the Australian Government, a document that’s become the blueprint for reform. Hear from Mr Joyce about the insights he gathered talking to independent providers and the opportunities that he believes they have.
In an environment in which the Australian Government is reforming both funding and regulation of the VET sector it’s important that the business community drives the debate. Australia’s leading champion for small business, James Pearson, will set out how you can play an active role in advocacy activities.
Australia’s independent vocational education and training system does the heavy-lifting in providing the economy with the skills it needs. At this insightful data-filled presentation, you’ll get the state-by-state and sector-by-sector data that highlights the great role of providers, and how they achieve this despite declining government funding.
The Federal Opposition has a long-standing commitment to supporting Australians access vocational education and training throughout their working careers. This presentation will outline where the Federal Opposition sees the policy priorities as being and the role of independent providers in the vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Beyond a highly informative program that will answer many of your questions about the changes before the sector, the 2020 Vocational Education and Training Business Summit represents one of the VET sectors’ premier networking opportunities where you can catch-up with old contacts and make new ones.
- ITECA Member Registration - $395pp
- Non-member Registration - $695pp
- Airport transfer - $25pp
ITECA is pleased to extend to members of the Community Colleges Association (CCA) and the National Apprentice and Employment Network (NEAN) the opportunity to attend at a heavily discounted rate. Simply complete the form below:
If you have any questions concerning the 2020 Vocational Education And Training Business Summit please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the ITECA Events Team on 1300 421 017.
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