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ACE VET
  • ‘Best-practice’ competency-based assessment – Chemène Sinson
  • Use foundation skills to improve training outcomes – Chemène Sinson
  • How to embed foundation skills into VET – Chemène Sinson
  • Facilitation techniques that work in 21th century ACE learning environments – Chemène Sinson
  • The RTO you didn’t know – Chemène Sinson

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ACE mental health
  • The accidental counsellor – Andrea Costa
  • Wellbeing and resilience – Paul Mulroney

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Adult learning
  • Adult learning principles in practice – Dr Tracey Ollis
  • Intergenerational learning – Sally Thompson with Professor Alan Tuckett OBE, Dorothy Lucardie and Dr Robbie Guevara

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ACE innovation
  • Young ACE entrepreneurs – Andrew Lord

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Adult language, literacy and numeracy
  • Adult language learning through drama – Zoe Hogan, Rachael Jacobs & Kathryn Salman
  • Basic numeracy concepts – Chris Tully
  • Improving spelling: a strategic approach – Jan Hagston
  • Analysing and assessing spelling using spelling knowledges – Jan Hagston
  • Connecting language and literacy into teaching numeracy – Dave Tout
  • LLN for volunteer tutors – Merv Gardner
  • Discussing the ACSF – Sally Thompson with Tao Tak
  • Radical Ideas for Reluctant Writers – Lee Kindler

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ACE disability
  • NDIS – Opportunities and challenges – Olympia Tzanoudakis
  • Managing volunteers with disability – Judy Buckingham and Olympia Tzanoudakis
  • Variety is the spice of life! Enhancing volunteer access for CaLD and people with a disability – Gilda Davies

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Indigenous adult education
  • Ngaju karna pina jarri wita-kari, wita-kari Warlpiri ’I am learning Warlpiri little by little’ – Gretel MacDonald, Napaljarri Tess Ross and Nangala Wendy Baarda
  • Building in (not bolting on) – Indigenous perspectives of lifelong and lifewide learning – Tony Dreise
  • Including and valuing Indigenous perspectives in learning – Clair Andersen
  • The far reaching impacts of Whānau Literacy (intergenerational) programmes in Aotearoa, New Zealand – Bronwyn Yates, Jo Nuttal, Cameron Forbes

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Operational
  • What is good governance? – Barbara Huggins
  • Show me the money – winning grants applications – Keith Whelan
  • Developing a social media strategy – Kate vanderVoort
  • Managing paid staff – Penny Sara
  • Social procurement – A great opportunity for new and existing social enterprises – Mark Daniels

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Research
  • Action research – Bob Dick

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