Posted by optimisationbp - January 2020

For everyone working in the VET sector, 2020 is sure to bring us lots of review, reform and change. One thing we can be sure of – there’s major change coming to Vocational Education.  So make 2020 the year that you focus on professional development and excellence 

Posted by blueprintcduser - November 2019

This blog and the professional development discussed within it are of particular relevance to teachers, trainers and educational support people involved with foundation skills delivery.

Posted by blueprintcduser - October 2019

We all use foundation skills every day for a variety of purposes – personal, social and work.

Posted by Donna Mortlock - August 2019

According to the Bureau of Statistics, 75% of Australians surveyed say that stress in their lives adversely affects their physi

Posted by Donna Mortlock - May 2019
Ever wanted to do a Masters Degree as part of your vocational industry professional development activities? Well I did, and here’s how I saved $20K and a year of my life when doing mine!
Posted by optimisationbp - December 2019

Given the rate that checkouts, online transactions and ever more labour saving devices are introduced into society, the answer is a resounding yes.  So which jobs might exist in an increasingly automated world? Let’s take a look at administration related roles that appear to be on the decline.

Posted by blueprintcduser - November 2019

Unless you prefer kombucha to coffee, you've probably heard of "The Barista Bible" by Christine Cottrell.

Posted by blueprintcduser - October 2019

Our time is precious so we need to spend it and our money wisely when it comes to maintaining professional currency.

Posted by Donna Mortlock - June 2019
Increasingly our education systems seem to focus on points, scores and achievements as a measure of success.
Posted by Donna Mortlock - May 2019
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a key to industries ensuring their workforce holds relevant and current skills. Similarly, in the VET sector, trainers and assessors are responsible for maintaining their knowledge and skills. Actually, this is twice as important for the VET sector!
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