Centre for Training Excellence - Developing the VET Professional

Global and National Trends Symposium 2015: find out what the future holds for your institution

Central Institute of Technology

Event outline

Mark Wednesday 27 May in your diary as the day you find out what the future holds for your institution.

The Centre for Training Excellence and LH Martin Institute invite you to attend the 'Global and National Trends: policy decisions and impacts on vocational and higher education' symposium.

The symposium addresses the impacts of global trends and national policies on vocational education and higher education by providing a series of interactive presentations from a select group of distinguished keynote speakers. The expert speakers will share their unique perspectives on the Australian tertiary education sector and in depth understanding of current policy debates. The symposium will highlight the impact and implementation challenges of past and present decisions of State and Federal governments, and offer insights into the emerging solutions proposed by governments and policy makers.

The presenters will share their unique perspectives on the Australian tertiary education sector and in depth understanding of current policy debates. Come and hear from the following distinguished keynote speakers:

  • Professor Leo Goedegebuure – Director, LH Martin Institute VIC
  • Professor Peter Noonan – Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy, Victoria University VIC
  • Mr Malcolm White – Acting CEO TAFE Directors Australia
  • Mr Bruce Mackenzie – Chair, VET Funding Review & TDA (former CEO Holmesglen VIC)
  • Mr Simon Walker – Executive Director, Policy, Planning and Innovation, Department for Training and Workforce Development WA

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity!

Download the full program and register NOW.

Date
Wednesday 27 May 2015

Duration
9:00am – 4:30pm (Networking event to follow)

Venue
S127 Lecture Theatre, Level 2
25 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge WA

Cost
$350 + GST

Contact
Jessica Henwood
trainingexcellence@central.wa.edu.au
08 9427 1555

Dates & registration

There are no dates listed for this event.

Provider information

Central offers around 400 nationally accredited training courses across a wide variety of training areas and is the primary deliverer of higher-level technical and professional qualifications within the State.