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Transition to Online Training

Transition to Online Training

Season 2, Episode 29

Transition to Online Training

About This Episode

In this episode I cover the process of moving your face to face training to online training. 

With COVID came a lot of challenges to the Training Industry, including the need to transition training to online or remote, all this led to changes that impacted not only the training we deliver, but how we work now and into the future, where the workforce has changed forever.

We really need to identify now, how are we meeting the future needs of education for both the student and industry. The expectations of students has now changed, as now they have an expectation that they will be able to access at least part of their training online. 

What are you doing to meet the needs and the future needs of education and your students? How are you transitioning, be it fully online, or even partially online? 
What are you going to be able to provide in order to move your training with the needs of your students? 

In this episode you will learn the six steps:

  • Planning for Success – Why you need to have a plan in place for traansitioning your face to face training to online
  • Technology and Equipment – What essential technology and equipment you and your students will need to transition to online training
  • Online Delivery Modes – What are the types of delivery modes to use, there is more than just video and a PowerPoint…
  • Communication – how to communicate effectively with your students and team whilst managing the transition to online learning
  • Continuous improvement, and the business opportunities that arise from moving or training to online. 

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Transition to Online Training

This post was originally published on this site

In this episode I cover the process of moving your face to face training to online training. 

With COVID came a lot of challenges to the Training Industry, including the need to transition training to online or remote, all this led to changes that impacted not only the training we deliver, but how we work now and into the future, where the workforce has changed forever.

We really need to identify now, how are we meeting the future needs of education for both the student and industry. The expectations of students has now changed, as now they have an expectation that they will be able to access at least part of their training online. 

What are you doing to meet the needs and the future needs of education and your students? How are you transitioning, be it fully online, or even partially online? 
What are you going to be able to provide in order to move your training with the needs of your students? 

In this episode you will learn the six steps:

  • Planning for Success – Why you need to have a plan in place for traansitioning your face to face training to online
  • Technology and Equipment – What essential technology and equipment you and your students will need to transition to online training
  • Online Delivery Modes – What are the types of delivery modes to use, there is more than just video and a PowerPoint…
  • Communication – how to communicate effectively with your students and team whilst managing the transition to online learning
  • Continuous improvement, and the business opportunities that arise from moving or training to online. 

Useful links

Transition to Online Training

This post was originally published on this site

In this episode I cover the process of moving your face to face training to online training. 

With COVID came a lot of challenges to the Training Industry, including the need to transition training to online or remote, all this led to changes that impacted not only the training we deliver, but how we work now and into the future, where the workforce has changed forever.

We really need to identify now, how are we meeting the future needs of education for both the student and industry. The expectations of students has now changed, as now they have an expectation that they will be able to access at least part of their training online. 

What are you doing to meet the needs and the future needs of education and your students? How are you transitioning, be it fully online, or even partially online? 
What are you going to be able to provide in order to move your training with the needs of your students? 

In this episode you will learn the six steps:

  • Planning for Success – Why you need to have a plan in place for traansitioning your face to face training to online
  • Technology and Equipment – What essential technology and equipment you and your students will need to transition to online training
  • Online Delivery Modes – What are the types of delivery modes to use, there is more than just video and a PowerPoint…
  • Communication – how to communicate effectively with your students and team whilst managing the transition to online learning
  • Continuous improvement, and the business opportunities that arise from moving or training to online. 

Useful links

The 3 Top Non-Compliances at an ASQA Audit

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Most RTOs may know that they are non-compliant, but they just don’t know how non-compliant they are…

ASQA have identified these 3 top non-compliances many times since their inception in 2011, with RTOs consistently failing to meet the requirements of the standards and putting their RTO at risk.

In this episode Angela covers “The 3 Top Non-Compliances at ASQA Audit”, as identified by ASQA, and provide guidance on how to address them prior to being audited.

In this episode discover the non-compliances and how to avoide them within your RTO, such as:

  1. Training and Assessment Strategies
  2. Trainers and Assessors
  3. Assessment Tools

 

3 Top Non-Compliances at an ASQA Audit

This post was originally published on this site

Most RTOs may know that they are non-compliant, but they just don’t know how non-compliant they are…

ASQA have identified these 3 top non-compliances many times since their inception in 2011, with RTOs consistently failing to meet the requirements of the standards and putting their RTO at risk.

In this episode Angela covers “The 3 Top Non-Compliances at ASQA Audit”, as identified by ASQA, and provide guidance on how to address them prior to being audited.

In this episode :

  • Discover the non-compliances and how to avoid them within your RTO
  • How to address the non-compliances
  • How to be prepare for your next ASQA Audit
  • Why it is important to have a continuous improvement approach to compliance
  • The highs and lows of running an RTO

5 Critical Aspects of a TAS

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In this episode I explain what you need to have within your Training & Assessment Strategy (TAS) to ensure it is compliant with RTO standards. In our experience, this is the area that most training organisations are non-compliant. 

But fear not: I can help you! I have addressed the five typical non-compliances and how you can ensure your TAS is compliant.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Why TAS trips people up and what you can do about it
  • How you should act on feedback in your TAS
  • The importance of speaking to student recruiters
  • Selection criteria and entry requirements
  • How to fully understand your target audience
  • Why foundation skills are so important
  • How to effectively use assessment tools
  • Why you need to constantly validate
  • How to prepare your trainers properly
  • How to handle work placements
  • Self-paced learning 

5 Critical Aspects of a TAS

This post was originally published on this site

In this episode I explain what you need to have within your Training & Assessment Strategy (TAS) to ensure it is compliant with RTO standards. In our experience, this is the area that most training organisations are non-compliant. 

But fear not: I can help you! I have addressed the five typical non-compliances and how you can ensure your TAS is compliant.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Why TAS trips people up and what you can do about it
  • How you should act on feedback in your TAS
  • The importance of speaking to student recruiters
  • Selection criteria and entry requirements
  • How to fully understand your target audience
  • Why foundation skills are so important
  • How to effectively use assessment tools
  • Why you need to constantly validate
  • How to prepare your trainers properly
  • How to handle work placements
  • Self-paced learning 
Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make

Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make

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Season 2, Episode 23

Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make

About This Episode

Time and again we have had RTO’s who come to us, who are in a state of panic over managing their compliance and meeting the regulatory requirements.

In this episode Angela covers The Top 5 Mistakes RTO’s Make that are easily avoidable and provide strategies that you can implement within your RTO to ensure ongoing compliance.

In this episode:

  1.  Learn the three main reasons where RTO’s go wrong and how to choose the right trainers.
  2.  Learn about the top three non-compliances with assessment tools and what you can do to improve your assessment tools.
  3. Discover the key requirements of your TAS and how to write a tool that is not only compliant, but will provide a guide to your trainers and industry on how you deliver and assess.
  4. We will give you three strategies on how to implement a continuous improvement approach throughout your RTO.
  5. Learn the simple process on how to keep up to date with the constant changes in legislation.

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3 Top Non-Compliances

3 Top Non-Compliances

Season 2, Episode 28 3 Top Non-Compliances at an ASQA AuditHosts & Guests Angela Connell Resources Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make eBook Share Episode Facebook Twitter LinkedInAbout This EpisodeMost RTOs may know that they are non-compliant, but they just don’t know how...

Annual Declaration of Compliance

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Season 2, Episode 24 Annual Declaration of ComplianceHosts & Guests Angela Connell Resources Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make eBook Share Episode Facebook Twitter LinkedInAbout This EpisodeIt’s that time of year folks… time to get your annual declaration of compliance in!...

Micro-credentialing

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Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make

Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make

This post was originally published on this site

Time and again we have had RTO's who come to us, who are in a state of panic over managing their compliance and meeting the regulatory requirements. 

In this episode Angela covers The Top 5 Mistakes RTO’s Make that are easily avoidable and provide strategies that you can implement within your RTO to ensure ongoing compliance.

In this episode:

  1.  Learn the three main reasons where RTO’s go wrong and how to choose the right trainers.
  2.  Learn about the top three non-compliances with assessment tools and what you can do to improve your assessment tools.
  3. Discover the key requirements of your TAS and how to write a tool that is not only compliant, but will provide a guide to your trainers and industry on how you deliver and assess.
  4. We will give you three strategies on how to implement a continuous improvement approach throughout your RTO.
  5. Learn the simple process on how to keep up to date with the constant changes in legislation. 

8 Critical Drivers to RTO Success

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Season 2, Episode 25

8 Critical Drivers to RTO Success

About This Episode

In this episode I’m going to give you a rundown on the 8 Critical Drivers you need to grow as an RTO. These are: quality & compliance, financial viability, marketing & sales, systems & practices, leadership & team, training products, students & clients, industry & networking. 

There is so much to get through! But by the end of the episode you will be up to speed on the most important aspects of each, and you’ll know what to do next to make them work for you. This episode is for any RTO who wants to thrive in a rapidly changing industry. After this, you will know how to position yourself when we have to adjust to VET reform and life after COVID.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Each of the 8 critical drivers
  • What you can do to improve your quality and compliance
  • How to assess students competently
  • How to prepare yourself for the VET reform
  • The importance of setting annual goals
  • How to improve your industry engagement
  • Government funding you might be eligible for
  • How you can improve your “customer experience”
  • What your retention rate might tell you
  • Why you should identify your ideal client avatar
  • The benefits of the rockefeller habit
  • How to find your own critical drivers
  • How automation can transform your organisation
  • The importance of a good website and good digital marketing strategy

The 8 Critical Drivers are the strategies we have identified for RTOs to put into place to grow and scale. We also offer a Monthly Masterclass on the 8 Critical Drivers, which Angela delivers on the second Wednesday of each month. The Masterclass focuses on one Critical Driver per month.

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Season 2, Episode 28 3 Top Non-Compliances at an ASQA AuditHosts & Guests Angela Connell Resources Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make eBook Share Episode Facebook Twitter LinkedInAbout This EpisodeMost RTOs may know that they are non-compliant, but they just don’t know how...

Annual Declaration of Compliance

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Season 2, Episode 24 Annual Declaration of ComplianceHosts & Guests Angela Connell Resources Top 5 Mistakes RTOs Make eBook Share Episode Facebook Twitter LinkedInAbout This EpisodeIt’s that time of year folks… time to get your annual declaration of compliance in!...

Micro-credentialing

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