Consider learning principles and how they translate to the VET ‘classroom’
If you’ve ever had a case-load of students, you’ve also likely had issues with keeping students interested in the learning, and progressing through the course.
This session talks about some of the way’s trainers can maintain student momentum throughout a course and ways they might encourage students to remain interested, active participants in the learning.
Join presenter Michelle Charlton in exploring motivating students!
Date: Monday 30 March 2020
Time: 2.00pm AEDT
Duration: 1 hour
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
What we'll cover
Learning principles and how they translate to the VET ‘classroom’
Delivery techniques to accommodate for different learning styles
Ways to foster student curiosity about, and engagement with, the learning content
Maintaining student appetite for learning
Michelle first entered workplace training in 1993, and since then, has worked in and out of the sector for a variety of public and private organisations. Michelle holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Adult and Vocational Education, and Training and Development.
One of Michelle’s greatest interests is ‘why’ and she looks to ignite and share this curiosity for learning at every opportunity. Through VET PD Group, Michelle shares regular updates about the Australian VET sector and encourages practitioners to connect, grow and strengthen:
- Connect with others; with new and existing ideas
- Grow perspective and professional performance
- Strengthen practice, student and sector outcomes
Michelle is an experienced presenter and facilitator, a qualified trainer and assessor, and has industry qualifications and experience in project management, leadership and management, training and education, and business operations. Michelle currently works with her team to offer specialised VET and RTO services, through resource development, validation services, and VET professional development opportunities.
A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of live event activities.
- The recording of the live event will be available to all participants for 30 days after the event.