Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

The way it is: VET – HE compared and contrasted John Hassed PVC, VET Prof Sandra Dunn CAB.

Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "The way it is: VET – HE compared and contrasted John Hassed PVC, VET Prof Sandra Dunn CAB."— Presentation transcript:

1 The way it is: VET – HE compared and contrasted John Hassed PVC, VET Prof Sandra Dunn CAB

2 CDU Organisational Structure

3 Vice-Chancellor Pro Vice-Chancellor, VET School of Business & Service Industries School of Primary Industries School of VET Health, Community and Childrens Services School of Trades Office of VET Business Improvement CDU Organisational structure - VET

4 Vice-Chancellor Deputy Vice- Chancellor Menzies Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Leadership ACIKE Pro Vice-Chancellor, EHSE Engineering & IT Health Environment & Life Sciences Health & Wellbeing Hydrocarbon Research, Education & Training Renewable Energy & Low Emission Technology Institute for the Environment & Livelihoods Pro Vice-Chancellor, LEBA Law & Business Education Creative Arts & Humanities Academic Language & Learning Centre for School Leadership, Learning & Development The Northern Institute Organisational structure - HE

5 Study periods Student Journey

6 Year round with specific dates determined for each individual course Teaching period 1: Jan – April Teaching period 2: April – July Teaching period 3: Aug – Oct Teaching period 4: Nov - Jan VET

7 Three semesters each year 12 teaching weeks plus exam period Semester 1: Feb - June Semester 2: July - Nov Summer Semester: Nov – Feb Study periods 1- 4 Mainly used for Open University units HE

8 Study periods Courses, units, modules Student Journey

9 Qualifications: CDU offers over 200 VET qualifications AQF Levels 1 – 6 (Cert I, II, III, IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma) Arts and Entertainment to Utilities and Electrotechnology Comprised of units of competency Duration: 0.5 – 2 years (4 year apprenticeship) Measured in Contact Hours e.g. Diploma of Logistics = 730 contact hours VET

10 Units of competency: Measured in Contact Hours e.g. AUR12670A Service Final Drive Assemblies = 5 hours TLIJ707C Conduct internal quality audits = 20 hours PHGT Telephone fundamentals = 20 hours TLIA5807A Manage facility and inventory requirements = 140 hours Variable number of units in each qualification Assessment negotiated with industry VET

11 Courses: CDU offered 160 HE qualifications in 2011 AQF Levels 6 – 10 Undergraduate: Advanced Diploma, Bachelor, Honours Postgraduate: Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters, PhD Accounting to Tropical Environmental Management Comprised of units Duration: 0.5 – 4 years HE

12 Units: Measured in credit points, usually 10 CP/unit (CDU) Four units/semester full time = 40 CP e.g. 4 year Bachelor = 8 semesters = 320 CP 6 month Graduate Certificate = 1 semester = 40 CP Assessment determined by academic team May be professional regulatory requirements e.g. nursing, engineering, teaching HE

13 Modules: Content in each unit may be delivered in modules Academic team determines organisation of material, number & content of modules, links to assessment etc. HE

14 Study periods Courses, units, modules Application & enrolment Student Journey

15 Minimum age: 15 yrs except VET in Schools (VETiS) or remote community Select course Complete online VET Enrolment form Discuss study plan with Team Leader Start classes Funding: many, many sources e.g. NT Govt: training priorities, VETiS, Workready Commonwealth: Australian Apprenticeships Industry fee for service: inservice programs VET

16 Apply through South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) Application processed by SATAC, then CDU Letter of offer Enrol online Start classes Funding: Commonwealth Grant Supported (CGS) Full fee International HE

17 Course approval/accreditation

18 CDU is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) National Training Packages (NTP) Competency standards set by industry sector Qualifications and units of competency Assessment guidelines Scope of Registration is the NTP CDU is registered by ASQA to deliver VET

19 Scope of Registration transferred if new version of NTP Internal review via VET Quality Management System Addition to Scope for new NTP Accreditation for qualifications not part of Training Package e.g. fee for service Regular surveys e.g. student satisfaction as part of ASQA Cont

20 CDU is a self-accrediting institution Academic staff identify area of need Expression of Interest – Faculty level Stage 1 proposal: resource & planning How supports CDU strategic plan Resources and demand Stage 2 proposal: learning & teaching quality Learning outcomes Course structure and content Assessment plan and how links to outcomes HE

21 Unit development by academic staff: fleximode Regular surveys e.g. SELTS, CEQ, International Students etc. Minor vs major unit/course changes Full course reaccreditation every 5 years Regulatory requirements e.g. professional boards, TEQSA Cont

22 Partners & stakeholders

23 Industry, employers, community organisations, government agencies NT Training Advisory Councils x 6 National VET Industry Skills Council x 11 Regulatory authorities Unions Peak industry bodies Funding bodies Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) VET

24 Industry, employers, community organisations, government agencies Other universities, research organisations Regulatory authorities Course Advisory Groups Funding bodies Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) HE

25 AQF requirements Qualifications standards (VET and HE) VET-HE articulation and pathways CARP review: quality and monitoring Assessment & moderation – VET & HE Student outcomes evaluation & benchmarking Academic strategic priorities ACIKE: CDU-BIITE partnership – VET & HE AB Issues

Download ppt "The way it is: VET – HE compared and contrasted John Hassed PVC, VET Prof Sandra Dunn CAB."

Similar presentations

Ads by Google