Access to Mobile Technology
This project aims to explore m – learning [mobile] technologies to create a training solution for engaging learners in the database units initially as a pathway for further exploration of units in Certificates I to III in Information Technology and Business qualifications. The concept will be designed to support disengaged youth, long term unemployed and geographically isolated clients. Learning aids such as quizzes and instructional activities will be developed as the project progresses.
New Online Learning
Empowering Learners
Robert McWilliam
robertmoz@newonlinelearning.com
Delivery of Cultural Competence
This project will design, develop and deliver regionally appropriate e-learning units of cultural focus, from Community Health & Government Services industry areas. WA Country Health Service employees are based at 131 rural and remote health service units, including hospitals and clinics. The expectation is enhanced cultural security, increased access and confidence in the use of blended and e-learning approaches which aim to enhance behaviours to improve patient outcomes and to “close the gap”.
Metropolitan Health Services (RTO)
WA Country Health Service
(Business Partner)
Business Provider Partnership
John Ward
John.ward@health.wa.gov.au
E-learning Offline
This project will introduce and implement E-learning at Roebourne Regional Prison, for Aboriginal prisoners located at Decca Station. Being a prison, these students do not have internet access. Students are to be enrolled in Certificate II in Resource and Infrastructure Work Preparation [RII20109] which will provide them with an opportunity and pathway into the Construction & Mining Industry. The E-Learning concept will provide work related skills in computer use through interactive delivery and assessment, increase literacy, language and numeracy skills and empower students to build skills they previously had no access to.
Pilbara TAFE
Empowering Learners
Lyn Polkinghorne
lyn.polkinghorne@pilbaratafe.wa.edu.au
Embedding E-learning in Business Partnerships
This project supports mature aged employees in the Community Services & Health sector [Alcohol and Other Drugs] across metropolitan and rural W.A. Learners and trainers will access a learning management system containing a training video, theory, tasks, assessments and case studies to meet the needs of staff from both organisations. Two units will be developed and offered as a skill set which will allow opportunities leading to a full Certificate IV or higher.
Holyoake [RTO]
WA Substance Users Association (WASUA)
Business Provider Partnership
Paul Losseby
plosseby@holyoake.net.au
E-RPL for Rural and Remote WA
The purpose of this project is to embed a sustainable e-learning culture aimed at servicing clients in the rural and remote regions of W.A. This project will focus on developing an E-RPL process for the Certificate IV in Business qualification targeting learners and their workplaces. Learners will be from: Indigenous, unemployed, sole parents and un-skilled existing worker groups. E-tools supporting this project include a learning management system housing e-portfolios and assessment tools using Metamorphosis.
Directions
Empowering Learners
Sarah Smith
sarah@directionswa.com.au
Karrayili Remote Community Online
This project targets adult and young. Aboriginal learners in remote communities in the Fitzroy Valley. Video stories, guidance notes, case studies maintaining cultural integrity will support units within Certificate II in Business, through a virtual classroom. Once competent in the use of a personal computer, it is intended to grow the participant’s level of employability and inspire further interest in higher level business studies. The training is a pathway to fulfil the community’s future business administration, entrepreneurial and governance demands and well as supporting any new business enterprise initiatives. It also intends
Karrayili Adult Education Centre Aboriginal Corporation
Empowering Learners
Daron Keogh
daron@karrayili.org.au
The Virtually Safe Workshop
This project has identified an opportunity to support employers who want the time their apprentices spend away from the workplace reduced. Automotive lecturers from Durack Institute will use 360 degree photograph technology to develop a virtual replica of the automotive workshop environment to contend with this challenge. Apprentices will use the learning objects that are developed with this technology to enable them to fast track through the core OH&S units within their qualification.
Durack Institute Of Technology
Empowering Learners
Nicci Godsman
nicci.godsman@durack.edu.au
RIPE
This project supports The Retail Traders Association through the provision of RPL aimed at higher level qualifications by providing an online management system for the Retail Industry in W.A. Three retail units will be rolled out initially with a customised RPL Tool and process and will include video, audio, quizzes and case studies. On completion of the units the expectation is an opportunity into full certification by either coursework or RPL at Certificate III level through to Diploma in Retail.
Skills Strategy International [RTO]
The Retail Traders Association [Business Partner]
Business Partnership
Steve McVeigh
steve@skillstrategies.net
Your Beach
This project is aimed at metropolitan, regional and remote learners. It will build on and improve existing blended learning approaches, utilising learning objects in a learning management system as the online theory and activity part of training. Tutorials will be delivered utilising Elluminate, video conferencing and webinars. E-learning strategies will provide training not currently available but needed in geographically remote areas, to support Certificate III in Public Safety [Aquatic Search and Rescue].
Surf Life Saving Western Australia Inc. [SLSWA]
Empowering Learners
John King
jking@mybeach.com.au