There is a lot written about the need for cooperation between nations in the area of VET and TVET. To support this, there exist many opportunities for high level executive and decision-makers to meet and share ideas.
However, the same opportunity does not exist for the individuals who work at the frontline of VET and TVET. This means that the Teachers and Trainers from across different VET and TVET systems do not have the opportunity to share their ideas and to learn from each other.
We would like to change that.
Australian International Vocational College of Education (AIVCE) would like to encourage trainers and assessors who work in VET and TVET to share their ideas, experiences, thoughts and opinions about their work.
In January, AIVCE will be launching a new website. That website will include a section dedicated to sharing these ideas, experiences, thoughts and opinions. Later in 2018, AIVCE plans to commence publishing a journal that showcases these contributions.
The goals are threefold:
1. To provide a place where international VET and TVET professionals may share their ideas, experiences, thoughts and opinions, based on their own professional work.
2. To share these ideas with others to cultivate a deeper international understanding of the ways in which we each work, and the challenges and opportunities we face.
3. To improve the confidence and standing of VET and TVET practitioners via showcasing their professionalism to both local and international audiences.
We are seeking contributions from VET and TVET professionals from many countries, including Australia, who would like to have published an article as part of the launch of the new AIVCE website.
The topics may range from teaching strategies, systemic issues, challenges and celebrations.
The length is flexible, and would vary depending on the nature of your topic.
To express interest or submit articles:
If you would like to discuss an idea for an article, please contact our Research Manager, Chula Seneviratne via email@example.com
If you would like to submit an article for consideration, send it to our Research Manager, Chula Seneviratne via firstname.lastname@example.org
(Meeting with Executive Staff, Beijing Institute of Education)
AIVCE is the international arm of Australian Registered Training Organisation, Fortress Learning. Fortress Learning has been creating training professionals for a decade, and has an established reputation for quality in teacher and trainer education.
For more information about Fortress Learning, visit fortresslearning.com.au or contact their Owner, Dr Bryan West via email@example.com
(Meeting with the President, Chinese University of Labor Relations)