Training Providers Forum 2016

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30 – 31 May

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

This year the forum will focus on:

  • National training package reforms
  • Good teaching and assessment practice in VET
  • Compliance and regulation
  • Innovation and technology

Visit Bluegem at Booth 25

Once again we look forward to meeting at the WA Training Providers Forum. We’re pleased to announce our commitment and support. With these topics in focus, the 2016 forum promises to be an interesting and informative event. We welcome any opportunity to share and discuss the Bluegem 2016 vision with you in each of these key areas. Please complete the form to register your interest in any of the above topics.

WA Training Providers Forum 2016

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2 Responses to “Training Providers Forum 2016”

  1. RTO Consultants January 2, 2017 at 6:08 pm #

    I understand that courses get regularly updated however I payed for mine not that long ago and now I have to pay again and complete additional work just to keep the qualification. Where will it end I wonder? Perhaps the industry could come up with some quick and simple way of updating for those that have completed the course within the last 12 months or so.

    • cozzib January 9, 2017 at 1:20 pm #

      Hi George,
      Thanks for your comment. We’re not an RTO. We develop RTO and student management software for the training and education sector. RTO’s have processes that Recognise Prior Learning (RPL) and can offer Credit Transfers (CT) in cases like your’s. So if you believe you already have the competencies, experience or skills and can justify it, you should be able to ask a suitable RTO to assess you for RPL and / or CT as appropriate for the competencies you’ve already achieved. One of the goals of the Unique Student Identifier (USI) project is to keep students competencies and certificates online. This would enable an RTO to quickly assess your current competencies. BIG BUT, at this point that feature of the USI has not yet been delivered. When it is, you’ll be able to demonstrate your competencies to an RTO without having to present a physical certificates, testamurs and Statements of Attaniment (SoAs). Hope that helps.
      Regards
      Bruno

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