13 April 2023
The much-awaited 32nd National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference, “No Frills,” is now open for registration. This joint RMIT University and National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) conference is scheduled from 19 to 21 July 2023 at the Storey Hall of RMIT University’s Melbourne City Campus.
This NCVER conference is not your average industry event. You won’t want to miss out on the incredible line-up of keynote speakers, including:
- Hon Brendan O’Connor MP, Australian Government Minister for Skills and Training;
- Peter Dawkins AO, Interim Director, Jobs and Skills Australia
- Danielle Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Grattan Institute
- John Silvester, Crime Reporter
These experts are set to share their invaluable insights and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities facing the VET sector in Australia and beyond.
With an activity-packed program that includes a Ministerial address, two keynote presentations, a discussion panel, 40 concurrent presentations, and four pre-conference PD workshops, you’re guaranteed to gain valuable insights and learning opportunities to enrich your knowledge and expertise.
But it’s not just about learning. The NCVER conference also provides an excellent opportunity to connect with peers to share interests, concepts and knowledge and expand professional networks.
So, if you’re a trainer, policymaker, or industry leader looking to stay ahead of the curve and be part of an exciting community of professionals, take advantage of fantastic opportunity. Register now for the 32nd National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference, “No Frills.”
23 February 2023
AVETMISS Data Reminder: Submission Deadline Approaching for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs)
Attention to all registered training organisations (RTOs), the deadline for the submission of the 2022 annual activity data through the AVETMISS reporting system has already passed. The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) released a reminder to submit the data on or before 5 PM (ACDT) on 28 February 2023.
If you missed the deadline, please contact your VET regulator immediately to discuss the situation. However, if you have submitted the data, there is no need to resubmit it.
If you didn’t have any student enrolments, training delivery, or issued any certificates in 2022, or if you’re a newly registered training provider, you need to submit a nil return through NCVER’s AVETMISS Validation Software.
For more information, please check out NCVER’s February 2023 Data Support Bulletin.
Join the Discussion: Submit Your Abstract for NCVER Conference No Frills 2023
Meanwhile, the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Research (NCVER) Conference ‘No Frills’ is back this 2023 and will happen in person!
Co-hosted with RMIT University in Melbourne, the 32nd ‘No Frills’ conference will be held from 19 to 21 July 2023 at the RMIT University Melbourne City Campus. It’s a must-attend annual national conference and a crucial part of NCVER’s engagement with the VET sector. Educators, researchers, policymakers, RTO leaders and industry bodies are expected to attend this year’s ‘No Frills.’
It’s a chance to showcase research to VET practitioners, learn from other researchers, and share ideas. The theme for this year is Skilling Australia’s current and future workforce. If you’re interested in presenting at the NCVER conference, submit an abstract that explores the new problems the VET industry is facing, and innovative solutions and best practices being implemented to address them. From skilling workers in priority areas to supporting inclusivity and disadvantaged groups, the conference topics cover a wide range of issues.
Be a Part of the Action: Sponsor NCVER Conference No Frills 2023
What’s more, take advantage of the unique opportunity to showcase your brand and connect with key players in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector by sponsoring the NCVER ‘No Frills’ Conference in Melbourne. Their sponsorship packages are tailored to ensure maximum exposure to the audience of VET educators, researchers, policymakers, consultants, and industry professionals.
Take advantage of this chance to increase your organisation’s visibility and support the vital work of the VET sector. For more information, check out the ‘No Frills’ sponsorship opportunities booklet.