AVETRA 20th Annual Conference- William Angliss Institute of TAFE – Melbourne

RENOVATE OR REBUILD? EXPLORING THE ARCHITECTURE OF VET

18 – 20 April  2017
AVETRA 2017 conference proceedings meet Australian Department of Education and Training requirements for refereeing, F1 Conference Publications – Full written paper – Refereed. The ® symbol indicates that the full written paper is double-blind refereed by peers and revised to take into account the referees’ recommendations. The paper is the full written version of the conference paper (not the abstract or extended abstract), presented at the 2017 AVETRA conference. The author’s affiliations and contact emails can be found on each paper. Presentations are those from the AVETRA conference, but they have not been reviewed.

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Programme 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstracts

Abstract 1®

DEVELOPING EDUCATOR CAPABILITY FOR DELIVERY OF BLENDED LEARNING

Na Li, Craig Poole, Anna Daniel

TAFE Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Paper

Presentation

 

Abstract 2®

UNDERSTANDING PRACTICE BASED LEARNING IN SMALL BUSINESS CHINESE RESTAURANTS: A PRACTICE THEORY PERSPECTIVE

Ronnie Lui

Griffith University, Mt Gravatt, QLD, Australia

Presentation

 

Abstract 3®

Addressing the challenge of scholarship and industry currency in vocational education: A pilot.

Nancy Everingham, Jane Mancini, David McLean

RMIT University

Melanie Williams

William Angliss Institute

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Presentation

 

Abstract 4®

Make VET Great Again : The Case for Competency Intelligence Based Training (CIBT)

Dr Homi Azemikhah

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Presentation

 

Abstract 5®

Work Based Learning as a Conduit to Business Creativity in Australia

Shayne D Baker

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Presentation

 

Abstract 6®

Increased Productivity Through Contextualised Training

Dr Chris Ho

Presentation

 

Abstract 7®

Community Education in an Age of VET Uncertainty: Trends, Policies, and Prospects

Dr Don Perlgut

Community Colleges Australia

Presentation

 

Abstract 8®

Positioned for the ideas boom

Linda Simon

Presentation

 

Abstract 9®

VET Teaching Realising Potential

Dr Lisa Maurice-Takerei

Dr Helen Anderson

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Abstract 10®

Capabilities and context: What are advanced skills for VET practitioners?

Teressa Schmidt

CQUniversity

Presentation