There are a number of different ways to approach continuous improvement within a training organisation. The most important thing is to identify the areas where improvement is needed and then develop a plan to address these areas. You must conduct a needs analysis. This involves looking at the training organisation as a whole and identifying […]
It is essential for training organisations to have systems and procedures in place to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Education, training, and audit are key components of these compliance systems. Education ensures that employees are aware of their responsibilities and the consequences of non-compliance. Education on what is compliant and what is not compliant is […]
There is no question that the way we design and develop instructional materials has changed dramatically in recent years. The prevalence of digital media and advances in technology have had a profound impact on how we create and deliver instruction. In many ways, these changes have made our jobs as instructional designers more challenging. We […]
Interactivity is a key aspect of eLearning. It can help to engage learners, making the learning process more enjoyable and effective. There are different types of interactivity that you can use in your learning and assessment resources. Here are some examples: Type 1: Active Interactivity This type of interactivity requires the learner to take some […]
As more and more training organisations move their operations online, the demand for high-quality e-learning content is skyrocketing. But what makes for high-quality e-learning content? And how can you ensure that your content considers the demographics of your learners? There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to these questions, but there are some general principles that you can […]
The key portfolios of education, skills and training each have a new minister thanks to the appointments made by the Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese. Tanya Plibersek, who held the portfolio in the Opposition and will now transfer to Environment and Water, has been replaced as Minister for Education by Jason Clare, who acted as Labor’s […]
Developing Interpersonal Skills as a Trainer/Assessor is Critical in the Training and Education Industry.
The training and education industry is a vital part of our society. It helps to prepare people for work and to continue learning throughout their lives. Interpersonal skills are essential for any individual working in the training and education industry. They allow you to build positive relationships with both your students and your colleagues, which […]
How does technology in education based on the fourth industrial revolution differ from earlier approaches?
Was it ever brought to your attention that many of the working sectors or job titles upon which today’s children will construct a career in the future do not yet exist or have not yet been invented? Industry 4.0 has brought about many changes in the field of education. Cyber-physical systems, big data, and artificial […]
It’s possible that in the near future, international students may be able to study in Australia without having to pay full or partial tuition fees. According to a report from the Times of India, the state government of Western Australia (WA) is planning to invest 41.2 million Australian dollars in an effort to strengthen the […]