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Transition like a Pro!


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Tips & tricks for transition success!

Yes we know Course Transitions can be painful!

But ther's deinitely an easy way & a hard way to take your courses and students through the transition process.

Join vetr Community Advisor Phill Bevan for this practical webinar looking at the course transition process, requirements & key tips to make each transition process a success. All participants will also takeaway our Course Transition Checklist!

 

 

 

Webinar details

Date: Friday 30 July 2021

Time: 2pm AEST (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane)

Duration: 1 Hour

Investment: $29.50 inc GST. 

 20% Discount! for VET PD Series subscribers - Use your Voucher Code when registering!

 

What we'll cover

  Course transition requirements

  What you should check before starting

  Key stages & steps in transitioning

  Communicating with stakeholders

  Tips & tricks to success!


This session uses Slido - be ready with your second device!

Our Presenter

Phill Bevan is a seasoned VET expert, working with hundreds of public, not-for-profit, private and enterprise VET providers over the last two decades.

As an experienced advisor, Phill offers a wealth of practical understanding, knowledge and expertise across key RTO operating requirements. With real world application of all aspects of business, including strategic & business planning, marketing & development, technology implementation, risk management and WHS, Phill has demonstrated success in senior management roles across a range of business types and projects. As a qualified auditor, Phill has leveraged these skills in numerous enterprises to support issue identification and robust business improvement projects.

 


 A Statement of Attendance is available for issue on completion of the event's activities. 

The recording of the live webinar will be available to participants for 30 days after the event.

 

Completion

The following statements are received when the course is completed:

Statement of Attendance
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