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The non-for-profit leader

You may ask, "Why non-for-profit leadership?" After all, leadership is leadership, right? The answer is Yes—and No.

Unique Challenges
The context and challenges of leadership in the non-for-profit sector are unique. The primary difference, traditionally, between for-profit and...

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Recovering from a Virtual Class Fail

This is a real-life webinar disaster that recently happened to me.

  • The host logged on two hours before the session.
  • The panelists logged on one hour before the session.
  • Extra computers were logged in. Everything was tested.

And then...it happened.

  • The audio system...

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Government targets VET FEE-HELP scammers

The government has announced legislative and other changes to deal with rogue training providers and better protect students.

The new measures will intent to:

  • stop providers from offering incentives to students, like cash and laptops, to get them to sign up to courses that they...

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Facilitating Learning Activities

The key to good facilitation in general is practice, practice, and more practice.

When you turn your attention to facilitating specific kinds of learning activities, this advice is true as well, but, in addition, you must also plan, plan, and plan.

Nothing affects the potential...

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What’s the Primary Driver of Innovation?

Innovation is the creation and implementation of something new and different. Innovation is a fresh approach to solving a problem and application of the solution. Innovation is both thinking and doing. Innovation is follow-through, the commercialization of a good idea.

Innovation...

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VET FEE-HELP RTOs Under ASQA's Microscope

Targeted audits of Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) will address allegations of unscrupulous marketing and other practices intended to exploit the Australian Government's VET FEE-HELP program.

Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon Birmingham said the...

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Delegating Regulatory Responsibility to RTOs

ASQA currently has delegation arrangements in-place with 27 RTOs – mostly TAFEs in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
RTOs were required to meet the following criteria to be eligible for a delegation of regulatory responsibility:

  • the RTO must have been...

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ROI Calculations for Technology-Based Learning

It is difficult to imagine a world of learning and development without technology, and investment in technology continues to grow at astonishing rates. Its growth is inevitable and its use is predestined. But these investments attract attention from executives who often want to know...

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