Webinar recordings 2018

6 December 2018


If you have missed one of our 2018 webinars, click on the link below to see the presentation and listen to the recording. Access is free.

These webinars are hosted on an external site and you will need to register your name and email address to access.

Student outcomes data: a guide for RTOs that want to know more
Presented by Davinia Blomberg, Amber Tomas and Helen Wildash, NCVER; and Daniel Pole from Ipsos Public Affairs on Wednesday 5 December 2018.

The future of work: continuity and change in the employer's investment in training and Presentation slides
Presented by Anna Payton, NCVER; Erica Smith and Andy Smith, Federation University Australia on Thursday 18 October 2018

Coming to terms with Release 8 of AVETMISS for VET Providers and Presentation Slides (705 KB PDF)
Presented by Carole Peters and Daryl Fischer, NCVER on Wednesday 11 July 2018

Student transitions: from School to VET and Presentation Slides (654.8 KB PDF)
Presented by Kristen Osborne, NCVER; Kira Clarke, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne and George Myconos, Inclusive Education Research and Policy Centre, Brotherhood of St Laurence on Thursday 21 June 2018

Skilling for digital disruption and the future of work (presentation slides available only) 2.4 MB PDF
Presented by Anna Payton, NCVER and Pi-Shen Seet, Edith Cowan University on Tuesday 19 June 2018

Data linkage: unlocking the benefits for the VET sector and Presentation Slides
Presented by Cain Polidano, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research; Tenniel Guiver, Australian Institute of Family Studies, and Kristen Osborne and Patrick Korbel, NCVER on Thursday 14 June 2018

Comparing high-use training package qualifications
Presented by Patrick Korbel, NCVER on Thursday 19 April 2018.

Exploring the benefits of social media in VET programs
Presented by Victor Callan, Callan Consulting Group and Queensland University Business School on Thursday 22 February 2018.

Apprentices and trainees: how well do we estimate our data?
Presented by Nadine Schuil, NCVER on Tuesday 20 February 2018.