Late last year I hosted the VET Activity Reporting webinars which was a pleasant and smooth experience – a big success. Thanks go to Kelly from the Department of Industry for liaising so closely with us, to Scott and Jess from our team who provided technical support and managed the 100’s of questions that people posted in the webinar.
I’ve had lots of feedback, questions that I’ve referred onto the national email address and many people (thousands) have hit the website to download the presentations and recordings. Here’s a link in case you would like to share the information with your colleagues: http://workforceplanningtools.com.au/products-page/webinar-recordings-and-presentations/vet-activity-reporting-webinar-series/.
We’ve hosted webinars for the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency, DFEEST on Skills for All, and this VET Activity Reporting series so when you ‘d like a host for your own webinar or series, please get in touch.
A theme in the questions and feedback is one of checking on the basics and then applying this to an RTO’s specific circumstance, funding contracts and requirements. So I asked the presenters the following question:
What data will you accept, how often do you want, how should it be uploaded (in what format and via what process) and what are the due dates?
From NCVER and the South Australian government I got immediate responses and as I hear from all states and territories I’ll update this blog.