Upcoming events

Adult Learning Australia runs forums throughout the year and also offers regular online professional development webinars. Most ALA webinars are free of charge to members.

To register for an ALA webinar, select the webinar you want to attend then:

ALA members: Can register then log in using their ALA member username and password.

Non members: Can Join ALA to access our webinars for free or simply register and follow the prompts to pay for an individual webinar.

To participate in a webinar, you need an Internet connection, microphone and headphones. Here is the Blackboard Collaborate web conferencing participant guide.

Past webinars: Members can access past webinar recordings here. If you have any difficulties, please contact us at membership@ala.asn.au.


2018 events calendar

Upcoming events

19 September @ 1pm AEST: Social procurement – A great opportunity for new and existing social enterprises – Mark Daniels, Social Traders

19 Oct @ 1 pm AEDT: How to embed foundation skills into VET – Chemène Sinson, Blackwater Projects

14 Nov@ 1 pm AEDT: ACSF validation session – Philippa McLean, Escalier McLean

#AdultEducation exemplar series

Adult learning principles in practice – Dr Tracey Ollis – 31 October 2018

Designing learning and assessments for adults – Dr Damian Blake

Diversity in adult and lifelong learning – Dr Cheryl Ryan
Presenter: Chemène Sinson
When: 19 October 2018 @ 1pm - 2pm AEDT
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: Free ALA members | $50 non-members

As a vocational trainer or training manager, you play a crucial role in the lives of the people you train. In this interactive workshop, we’ll discover how a focus on foundation skills can improve training outcomes and equip your learners

Presenter: Philippa McLean, Escalier McLean
When: 14 November 2018 @ 1pm - 2pm AEDT
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: Free ALA LLN members | $50 non-members

This webinar is for adult language, literacy and numeracy practitioners to come together and look at aspects of quality assessment.  It provides an excellent opportunity to gain external validation of tasks mapped to the Australian core Skills Framework (ACSF). The