Do you have a VET-related question or issue?
Come along to the VETIG breakfast on Wednesday 24 October and get answers from our Guru Panel – Carol Hunter; Ed Spink and John Dwyer.
Do you want to share your knowledge of VET-related matters?
Come along and share your knowledge and insights with attendees and the Panel Members.
We are hoping that this will be a truly interactive session (everyone is a “guru” in some area).
Email your questions in advance or ask them from the floor at the breakfast.
Don’t miss this opportunity to socialise with a group of professional colleagues.
Carol Hunter is the Principal of RTO Services and Consulting. She has unique skills set developed from her previous roles as a regulator, an auditor and a trainer. Carol began consulting in 2010 however her experience in the VET sector spans over 20 years, from 1995 starting implementation of the first VET in Schools programs to becoming Director, Training Quality and Regulation (Queensland) and oversighting the programs for audit, registration, complaints and accreditation relevant to 1500 registered training organisations in Queensland.
In the interim years Carol worked in operational and management roles in both public and private RTOs, in VET policy and curriculum development; and as a secondary school teacher.
Ed has worked in the VET sector since 1982 in a variety of roles including, training and assessing in the automotive trades and the development, implementation and ongoing maintenance of quality management systems within both public and private training providers. The quality management systems he has worked with consist of ISO, ARF, QETO, AQTF, and VQF. Ed worked for a number of years with DET as a lead auditor. Ed currently operates his own consultancy business, BES Business Services Pty Ltd assisting RTOs with the development and ongoing maintenance of their RTO management, quality, and compliance systems and with the development and validation of assessments.
John Dwyer is a trainer and consultant with experience in education spanning more than 60 years. He brings extensive Registered Training Organisation (RTO) experience and a comprehensive history in developing and delivering a range of workshops on assessment, compliance, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), moderation and validation processes relating to AQTF/VQF compliance.
REGISTER NOW: Registrations close on Monday 22 October