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AVETRA Conference 2015 – Provisional Program
DAY 1 – WEDNESDAY, 8 APRIL 2015
1600 – 1930 Registration Desk Open
1200 – 1700
1730 – 1930
WAVE Conference
Leaders, Teachers, Learners, Leavers: Women in the Australian VET market
Welcome Reception
1930 – 2030
AVETRA Executive Committee Meeting
Victoria University
The Atrium, The Rendezvous Hotel
DAY 2 – THURSDAY, 9 APRIL 2015
0800 – 0830 Registration Desk Open – arrival tea and coffee (from 0800)
0830 – 1000
Plenary Session 1
0830 – 0840
Welcome to Country
The King Edward Ballroom
0840 – 0855
Conference Opening
The King Edward Ballroom
0900 – 1000
1000 – 1030
Keynote Address: Neo-liberalism and VET into the Abyss
Professor James Avis, University of Huddersfield, UK
Morning tea and trade display
Apprenticeships and
Partnering with industry to
Traineeships
deliver VET
Assessment, Teaching and
Learning
Learner Experiences
Policy Development in the VET Sector
The Stanley Room
The King Edward Ballroom
The Davies Room
The Tompkins Room
Abstract 1 - Expanding
Apprentice Responsibility in
the Assessment Process: the
competency progression
challenge.
Berwyn Clayton
ROOM CHANGE
Abstract 2 - Enterprise RTOs in
Australia: An overview from
research data
The Bresnan Room
CONCURRENT 1
Abstract 3 - Engaging the Digital
Learner Marketplace - Supporting
innovation in VET with #ILeP
Erica Smith
Leo Gregorc
1030 – 1100
1100 – 1105
The King Edward Ballroom
Abstract 4 - Workers Informing the
CET Market
Raymond Smith
Abstract 5 - Funding, Participation
and Quality in VET
Gerald Burke
Apprenticeships and
Traineeships
Partnering with industry to
deliver VET
Assessment, Teaching and
Learning
Learner Experiences
Policy Development in the VET Sector
The Davies Room
The Tompkins Room
The Stanley Room
The King Edward Ballroom
Abstract 6 - Different Forms of
Assessment in Swedish
Apprenticeship Education
Abstract 7 - Learning &
Development for Freelancers in
Singapore’s Creative Industries –
the Problem of Two Markets
The Bresnan Room
CONCURRENT 2
Abstract 8 - Positioning Tertiary
Students as Interdependent
Learners
Ingrid Berglund
ROOM CHANGE
Sahara Sadik
Stephen Billett
Abstract 11 - The Development
of Skills for Sustainability for
Australian Apprentices and
Trainees During the UN Decade
of Education for Sustainable
Development
Mike Brown
ROOM CHANGE
Abstract 12 - Meeting Client
Demand for Health Service
Providers: A service design
approach
CONCURRENT 3
Abstract 13 - From Fleming to
Productivity Commission: Is the
market forcing VET teacher quality
to walk the tightrope?
David McLean
Abstract 16 - Practice Focused
Learning: A study of
apprenticeship and preapprenticeship work-based
learning in a New Zealand
context
James Cannan
Lunch and trade display
Abstract 17 - Work Based
Learning: A flux for learners
through the Australian
Qualifications Framework
1105 – 1135
1135 – 1140
1140 – 1210
1210 – 1215
1215 – 1245
1245 – 1330
1330 – 1400
1400 – 1405
1405 – 1500
1500 – 1530
1530 – 1655
Shayne Baker OAM
Abstract 9 - Challenging Educator
Expertise: Curriculum work in
Neoliberal VET
Abstract 10 - Sustaining the National
Training System: The implications of
student entitlement funding
approaches
Steven Hodge
Kaye Bowman
Abstract 14 - CALD OTEN Student
Cohorts and Completions
Abstract 15 - Don’t blame Dawkins,
Kangan Laid the Foundation for VET
markets
Roger Harris
Nicole Zabbal
Don Zoellner
CONCURRENT 4
Abstract 18 - From Competency to
Graduate Profiles: New Zealand’s
shift towards a relational approach
Abstract 19 - Uncovering an Evolving
TAFE NSW Higher Education
Pedagogical Practice
Abstract 20 - What Would Kangan
Think of us Now? The fate of the ‘E’
in VET
Selena Chan
Rosalind Carter
Pamela Osmond
Abstract 24 - Negotiating ‘Funny
Numbers’: Numeracy practices of
the neoliberal workplace
Abstract 25 - Staying the Course:
Factors affecting retention and
completion in the VET classroom
Keiko Yasukawa
Ivano Buoro
CONCURRENT 5
Abstract 21 - Operational
Abstract 22 - Positioning Tertiary
Abstract 23 - Facilitating
Compliance within New
Students as Interdependent
Knowledge Transfer in the
Zealand Automotive
Learners
Workplace
Workshops
Niranjan Singh
Stephen Billett
Llandis Barratt Pugh
ROOM CHANGE
Plenary 2
Keynote Address: Restoring Confidence in the VET Sector
Rod Camm, CEO National Centre for Vocational Education Research, SA, Australia
Afternoon tea and trade display
Symposium 1
Symposium 2
The King Edward Ballroom
Assessment, Teaching and Learning
The Davies Room
The Tompkins Room
Symposium 3
The Bresnan Room
CONCURRENT 6
The King Edward Ballroom
Vocational Learning in Schools: Past,
present and future
Paper 1: Technical Schooling: an
Historical Perspective
John Polesel
Paper 2: Preparing young people for
occupations: current policy trends in
VET in Schools
Kira Clarke
1655 – 1700
Paper 3: Innovative partnerships for
VET in Schools - the impact of
business partners.
Gosia Klatt
ROOM CHANGE
Partnering with industry to deliver
VET
The Davies Room
The Strategic, Operational and Academic
Issues Presented for the Establishment of a
Comprehensive CQUniversity, Australia Within
the Context of TAFE Reform in Queensland
and the Transition to a Contestable Funding
Market
The VET Educator as Researcher
Paper 1: The Strategic
Nik Babovic
Paper 1: Why research and inquiry are
important for VET educators
Linda Simon & Annette Bonnici
Paper 2: The Operational
Lisa Curtis
Paper 3: The Academic
Kim Harrington
Assessment, Teaching and Learning
The Tompkins Room
1700 – 1730
Abstract 28 - Industry led Workforce
Planning and Training Delivery in an
Emerging Sector
1745 – 1830
Roslyn Cameron
AVETRA AGM
Abstract 29 - An Exploration of Vocational
Pedagogy: Types of knowledge used for
teaching
Adeline Yuen Sze Goh
Paper 2: The Tipping Point?
Francesca Beddie
1530 – 1600
Abstract 26 - Walking the Tightrope: Market
drivers vs. social responsibility with
implications for LLN and inclusive teaching
Cheryl Livock
1600 – 1605 ROOM CHANGE
1605 – 1635
Abstract 27 - Enhancing VET Quality: The risk of
dumbing down the complexities of VET
teaching and learning. The Swedish case
Ingrid Loeb
Paper 3: If only I had the time...! VET
educators’ engagement in research
Berwyn Clayton
Learner Experiences
The Bresnan Room
CONCURRENT 7
Abstract 30 - Making Tracks and Visioning
Journeys: Understanding further education
pathways among remote and very
remote Indigenous communities of the
Northern Territory
Donna Robbins
Policy Development in the VET Sector
The King Edward Ballroom
Abstract 31 - Public, Private or a Hardy New
Mongrel?
Mary Leahy
The King Edward Ballroom
DAY 3 – FRIDAY 10 APRIL 2015
0800 – 0830 Registration Desk Open – arrival tea and coffee
0830 - 1020
0830 – 0920
0900 – 1000
1000 – 1005
1005 – 1035
1035 – 1105
1105 – 1245
1345 – 1330
1330 – 1400
Plenary Session 3
Conference Awards
Keynote Address: How can we ask new Questions About VET and Social Justice? Reflections on marketization, global transitions, and educational work in contexts of uncertainty
Professor Terri Seddon, Australian Catholic University, NSW, Australia
ROOM CHANGE
Apprenticeships and
Researcher Development
Assessment, Teaching and
Researcher Development
Policy Development in the VET
Traineeships
Learning
Sector
The Davies Room
The Tompkins Room
The Bresnan Room
The Stanley Room
The King Edward Ballroom
CONCURRENT 8
Abstract 32 - Metal
Abstract 33 - Developing
Abstract 34 - Competent to
Abstract 35 - How to Promote your
Abstract 36 - Quality: A contested
Engineering Trades in Victoria:
High Quality VET Researchers Care or not? VET and aged care Article: Profile raising and using
concept in vocational education
The practitioner perspectives
social media
and training
Karen O-Reilly Briggs
Llandis Barratt Pugh
Cecilia Blackwell
Alex Lazzari
Don Zoellner
Morning tea and trade display
CONCURRENT 9
The Davies Room
The Tompkins Room
The King Edward Ballroom
Abstract 37 - Scholarly Publishing in
1105 – 1135
1105 – 1135
an Electronic Age
Abstract 38 - Multiple Pathways to Improved Futures Through
Abstract 41 - The Evolution of School-Based Vocational
Nick Melchior
Cross-Sector Activity
Education and Training in Australia - A Historical Review and
Evaluation
Stuart Middleton
Lori Hocking
1135 – 1140 ROOM CHANGE
1140 – 1210
1140 – 1210
Abstract 39 - Supporting the Learning of Sessional VET Teachers:
Abstract 42 - Shedding Light on Private RTO provision of VET to
What works?
Early School Leavers
Susanne Francisco
George Myconos
1210 – 1215 ROOM CHANGE
1215 – 1245
1215 – 1245
Abstract 40 - Blurring Boundaries or Heightening Tensions Between
Abstract 43 - Supporting Workers with their Continuing
VET and University Pedagogies in Widening Participation to HighEducation and Training
level Qualifications
Susan Webb
Sarojni Choy
Lunch and trade display
ALA Workshop
Speed Presentations
Assessment, Teaching and Learning
Learner Experiences
The Davies Room
The Tompkins Room
The Bresnan Room
The King Edward Ballroom
CONCURRENT 10
Learn Local: What do we Know and
What Research do we Need?
Abstract 44 - Considering Context in
Purposeful Workforce Planning
Jill Hadley
Abstract 45 - Moderation practices in
non-university settings: an
international comparative analysis
Emily Pham
1405 – 1410
1410 – 1440
1440 – 1445
1445 – 1600
ROOM CHANGE
ALA Workshop
The Davies Room
Learn Local: What do we Know and
What Research do we Need?
(cont’d)
ROOM CHANGE
Panel Discussion and Conference Closing
Chair: Hugh Guthrie
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
The Tompkins Room
Abstract 46 - Investigating
Attitudes towards Conducting Practical
Social and Industrial Research among VET
Practitioners in Hong Kong: Analysis and
policy implications
Stella Sin Tung Kwok
Abstract 48 - Trainee Feedback: How
we learn from our trainees
Partnering with industry to deliver VET
The Bresnan Room
CONCURRENT 11
Abstract 49 - Mapping VET Sector
Capacity for Australia’s Gas Industry
Rachel Cowling
Roslyn Cameron
Abstract 47 - Towards a Comprehensive Account
of Adult Learning and Development
Stephen Billett
Policy Development in the VET Sector
The King Edward Ballroom
Abstract 50 - The Training and Employment
Challenge of Remote Communities: Is
collaboration the solution?
John Guenther
The King Edward Ballroom
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