Log in

Join | Renew |  Login | Donate

  • Home
  • 2019 Conference

AVETRA 2019 Conference

Western Sydney University - Sydney

17 - 18 June 2019

AVETRA 2019 conference proceedings meet Australian Department of Education and Training requirements for refereeing, for 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. A reviewing panel  is constituted by AVETRA for each conference. The managing editor for full papers for this conference was Annette Foley. The paper is the full written version of the conference paper (not the abstract or extended abstract) that was presented at the 2019 AVETRA conference. The authors’ affiliations can be found on each paper. 

‘Presentations’ are those made at the AVETRA conference, but they have not been reviewed. However, all abstracts were peer-reviewed.

Programme 2019
To view the programme for the 2019 Conference, please click HERE.

Kangan Re-imagined: Towards a learner centred VET system
Shelley Mallett

Enhancing the Experience of Students with Disability through VET Disability Awareness eTraining
Jen Cousins & Darlene McLennan

Moving Beyond Training Packages: First Steps
Steven Hodge & Hugh Guthrie | Griffith University
Paper Presentation

"Not Like the Others": An Enterprise Vocational Provider's View of Self and its Relationship to Others
Helen Keen-Dyer, Andrew Short, Bobby Harreveld & Wendy Madsen

Competency-based Training Australian-style: How it Exposes VET to Risk
Erica Smith | Federation University, VIC, Australia
Paper Presentation

Abstract ®
Making a difference or making a dollar? Intermediary organisations in apprenticeship
Erica Smith | Federation University, VIC, Australia
Paper Presentation 

Abstract ®
Online Learning for Paraprofessionals in the Legal Service Industry
Cynthia Martell-Stark1, Gemma Piercy
1. Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, Tauranga, New Zealand
2. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand 
Paper Presentation

Individualised Learning Approach: The Three P's - People, Place and Process
Shayne Baker1, Malcolm Cathcart2 & Neil Peach3
1. University of Southern Queensland, Australia
2. Leeds Trinity University, Leeds, England
3. Brisbane, Australia
Paper | Presentation

Vocational Teacher Continuing Professional Development - Effective Blended Learning Strategies
Annemaree Gibson & Tania Teese

Holmesglen and the Royal Children's Hospital: Breaking New Ground in Student Outcomes

Follow our activities

© AVETRA 2022

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software