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Supported by the VTA, the VET Development Centre and IBSA


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Background

The VET Practitioners’ Network (the Network) supports providers of Training and Education (TAE) programs through a forum for:
    • discussion around the development of the teaching skills
    • sharing of resources
    • dissemination of information about delivery strategies
    • validation of assessment tools
    • providing information and feedback to various groups and organisations such as ASQA and the SSO.

The VPN wiki operates as a collaborative space to share experiences and knowledge for the purpose of improving the quality of the training and assessment work of VET practitioners involved in the delivery of teaching qualifications for the VET sector. The network provides the opportunity to share best practice and implementation issues, with the intent of improving educational outcomes. It provides professional development and learning to staff involved with the delivery of these qualifications.

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VPN meetings 2017

Victorian TAFE Association

Level 3, 478 Albert Street

East Melbourne VIC 3002

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DAY


DATE


TIME


VALIDATIONS

Tuesday


28 March 2017


10am to 3pm


LLN & electives

Wednesday


28 June 2017


10am to 3pm


Facilitation

Thursday


14 September 2017


10am to 3pm


Assessor

Friday


24 November 2017


10am to 3pm


Design

If your details have changed, please use this form to update them. New members can use the same form to join.

Please wear a name tag to meetings.



Draft Terms of Reference

Please click on the link for a downloadable version of the Draft Terms of Reference.

DRAFT Terms of reference - Victorian Practitioners Network
Purpose
The Victorian Practitioners Network is a group of like-minded VET practitioners working in the VET sector managing, coordinating, training, assessing and/or developing curriculum for the qualifications within the TAE Training Package.
The network has been established for 10 years, initially for public VET sector practitioners but was later extended to include other practitioners from the private and not for profit training organizations.
The purpose of the network is as follows:
  • Allow members to share good practice
  • Share opportunities for professional development of its members
  • Keep abreast of TAE qualifications and training package revisions
  • Contribute to the maintenance of currency as trainers and assessors
  • Provide advice and feedback to key stakeholders eg (ASQA, SSO)
  • Offer opportunities for members to participate in validation meetings of each RTOs’ assessment strategies, processes , assessment judgments and assessment tools used in the assessment of the qualifications in the TAE Training Package.
Membership:
Membership is open to all VET Teachers, assessors and administrators working with TAE Training Package. Membership is unrestricted and all members welcome to attend meeting.

Accountability:
The network has no official accountability other than to its members. All members will receive meeting agenda and minutes of meetings. The Network recognises that the VTA and the VET Development Centre are key stakeholders of this Network and will also be sent copies of the meeting minutes.

Meetings
Four meetings a year will held; one meeting per term has been agreed to. The Chair will be rotated on a volunteer basis. Meeting minutes will be taken by a volunteer member nominated at the start of each meeting. The VTA provides limited administrative support to the network.
The VTA also provides tea, coffee and refreshments at morning tea and the use of their meeting room at no cost to members.