Volume of Learning, Amount of Training, Nominal Hours - How is all of this applied?
Take a detailed look at Volume of Learning & Amount of Training in this live session on determining training durations for your courses.
Join vetr Community Advisor Phill Bevan as we explore these key concepts and how to apply these with live course examples - how to be sure you can justify your andragogical rationale & decisions in setting standard course durations for your courses.
Explore the interrelated nature of Volume of Learning, Amount of Training, Nominal Hours and services delivery approaches as you structure your course offerings & document robust Training & Assessment Strategies.
Date: Friday 31st May 2019
Time: 1.00pm AEST
Duration: 50 minutes
Investment: Free! for VET PD Series subscribers.
What we'll cover
Volume of Learning - expectations & how to apply
Amount of Training - expectations & how to apply
Nominal hours - are these relevant?
Tips & tricks for your courses, with live course examples & regulator audit feedback
Our Community Advisor - Phill Bevan
A veteran education advisor, Phill offers a wealth of practical understanding, knowledge and expertise across key education provider operating requirements. As a qualified auditor, he has leveraged these skills in hundreds of internal reviews & regulator audits to support issue identification and robust business improvement projects.
Holding BSZ, TAA & TAE training package qualifications in addition to his Masters of Education with specialisation in competency based training, Phill has two decades of RTO operational experience with scores of providers including extensive national projects with ASX listed companies, universities, TAFEs, associations, government departments and various boutique private education providers.
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