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VETnetwork Australia The Best Student Management System Michelle Rogers – Oz Training College My background is RTO Compliance | Training | RTO admin procedures – with over 20 years experience working in the Victorian TAFE sector, in DET and with RTOs. There is not much I don’t know about startups, RTO compliance and the daily tasks of training administrators. My experience includes setting up structures within the office, train the trainer and so much more. So I know what to look for in a Training Management System not just for my own business but for many of my clients. I have looked at just about everything and the decision I made to go with BluegemEXPLORE Training Management System or known as a Student Management System was threefold. Custom Server, a great system which means I have a system with everything I need, the speed of setup, training on the use of the system was second to none. I look forward to using the eLearning tools, and so pleased I don’t need to buy another system to do that because it is all included.
VETinfoNet - VET in Schools About VET in Schools The Department of Training and Workforce Development works with the education systems and sector, School Curriculum and Standards Authority and industry to support the delivery of quality VET in Schools programs in Western Australian schools. VET in Schools programs enable secondary students to undertake a nationally recognised VET qualification while completing their senior secondary certificate. Students receive vocational training reflecting specific industry competency standards and delivered by a registered training organisation (RTO) or a school in partnership with an RTO. VET in Schools programs allow students to: develop industry specific skills; gain nationally recognised VET qualifications and units of competency while still completing their senior secondary school qualification; develop employability skills; andgain an understanding of the world of work which is valuable experience to assist with planning and pursuing their career pathways. Guidelines
Project Tin Can: Phase 3 SCORM is over 10 years old. ADL, the keepers of SCORM, tasked us with researching what the next-generation e-learning specification could/should look like. We’ve been gathering information about what the next evolution in the e-learning specification world should be in five main buckets: We called it the Project Tin Can because it was meant to be a two-way conversation. It’s only fitting that the solution be named the Tin Can API. The Tin Can API solves a lot of problems that older specifications suffered from, but it also adds new capabilities, new business cases, and new ways of handling content. At the core of Tin Can API is a simple sentence structure: “Jack completed safety training.” An actor doesn’t have to be a learner — it can be an instructor that’s asserting a statement, or even a software agent. These statements will be the outcomes of experiencing a piece of e-learning content, taking a test, completing a simulation, or even an essay being graded by an instructor.
VET in schools Incorporating eLearning for the Small to Medium RTO RTOs are continuously looking for cost-effective ways to deliver a comprehensive and user-friendly training system – we need to consider the current increase in costs of trainers, venues, admin staff and materials. We all know the complexity of scheduling and marketing classes, booking trainers and venues, preparing the training materials – only to have the class crashed right at the last minute because the number of student attendees does not meet the minimum requirements. Not to mention the frustration of the students who have already filed for a leave of absence from their job, or arranged for childcare, and traveled to the venue – all for nought. But what if it didn’t have to be this way? What if you were able to offer your students the flexibility to train wherever and whenever they want? To schedule their training in tune with their busy lifestyle.To train at their own pace.To be in control of their own learning repertoire. What about the Learner experience? Comments such as: