Sector events

Here is a snapshot of events in 2019 that you may be interested in.

Jan

Feb

Mar

NFP conference

Empowerment through knowledge

14 March 2019, Melbourne

More details here.

ACEVic conference

The Power of Community Education

28 – 29 March 2019, Melbourne

The ACEVic Conference 2019 focuses on emerging research, innovative models of education, and new opportunities for adult learners.

More details here.

April

ACOSS

Budget Breakfast

15 April 2019, Sydney

More details here.

RMIT free seminar series

The Jean Monnet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Network is holding a free seminar series at RMIT. SDG 4. Education and lifelong learning

30 April 2019

More details here.

May

VALBEC conference

17 May 2019

Resilience: connect, educate, empower

More details here.

European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA) Conference

16–18 May 2019, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Adult education and learning policy in a world risk society

Seeking abstracts by 18th December 2018

More details here.

Communities in Control

May 20–21, 2019, Melbourne, Victoria

Thought leadership for the not-for-profit sector

More detail here.

June

22nd Annual Conference of the Australasian Vocational Education and Training Research Association (AVETRA)

‘No future for old VET’: Researching for the training system/s of tomorrow

17-18 June 2019, Parramatta, Sydney

It is well-recognised that current rapid economic and industrial developments, as well as changes in society, are affecting the demands placed upon VET systems both in Australia and elsewhere. As well, the Australian VET system has had internal challenges which need addressing. To meet all of these challenges, and to plan strategically for the future, a strong research base is needed. This AVETRA conference will bring together VET researchers and those interested in using research to inform policy and practice, to discuss and debate these vital matters.

More details here.

July

NCVER No Frills conference 2019

The student journey: skilling for life

10–12 July 2019, TAFE SA Adelaide

As explored at past ‘No Frills’ conferences, the world of work is changing, driven by rapid technological evolution in an increasingly global society. It’s almost certain that the skills we develop today won’t be enough to operate or compete effectively in the workplaces of tomorrow.

Will it be enough for our future workers to earn a single qualification or learn only a few different skills? Where do employability skills fit into the mix?

While every student’s journey is different, more and more research and discussion points to how workers must become lifelong learners to enable them to grow and evolve with their jobs. VET plays a critical role in making this happen.

More details here.

 

Indigenous Conference Services

10th National Indigenous Men Conference, 10th Indigenous Women Conference & 2019 Inaugural Indigenous Elder’s Aged Care Conference

24-26 July 2019, Alice Springs

Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) offers a limited 2-for-1 registration as tribute for May DV Prevention month and introduces all First Nations keynote speakers for its 10th National Indigenous Men Conference, 10th Indigenous Women Conference & 2019 Inaugural Indigenous Elder’s Aged Care Conference in Alice Springs.
 
For further information visit main website: https://www.icsconferences.org/
To register and avail our 2-for-1 Rego offer (Code May19), complete form at: https://www.indigenoushealth.net/
Indigenous Conference Services is pleased to announce that the Hon. Linda Burney and  Hon. Patrick Lionel Djargun Dodson will jointly open the inaugural 2019 National Indigenous Elders: Old & Deadly Conference, the 10thNational Indigenous Men’s Conference: Black and Proud and the 2019 National Indigenous Women’s Conference: Empowering Change which are the 10th conferences in the series, becoming Australia’s premier Indigenous men’s, women’s and Elders’ cultural gathering at DoubleTree Hilton Hotel in Alice Springs NT on July 24-26, 2019.

 

Aug

Better Boards Conference

Governance (R)evolution: Strategies for success

1–4 August 2019

More details here.

Sept

Adult Learner’s Week

September 1, 2019

Adult Learner’s Week Launch

Adult Learners’ Week is a UNESCO initiative supported in Australia by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training and coordinated by Adult Learning Australia. Adult Learners’ Week runs from 1–8 September and incorporates International Literacy Day, which is celebrated annually on September 8.

Adult Learners’ Week in Australia is part of an international festival of adult learning.

More details here.

Oct

2019 Australian Council for Adult Literacy Conference

Critical re-imagining: adult literacy and numeracy practices for sustainable development

4-5 October 2019, Sydney

Australia is a signatory to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This Agenda has been developed as ‘a plan for action for people, planet and prosperity’. It is a plan to end poverty and hunger, to protect our planet, to enable all human beings to enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives in peaceful, just and inclusive societies.

This conference invites participants to consider the role of adult literacy and numeracy education in promoting this agenda including the most directly pertinent goal to our field: Goal 4 – Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

More details here.

Australasian Corrections Education Conference (ACEA) 2019

Unlock Your Potential. International Conference.

13-16 October 2019, Melbourne

The ACEA Conference 2019 is the premier Australasian professional development event for educators, trainers, transitional service providers, prison workers and agencies providing education and training services to adult and juvenile offenders in custody. The conference offers professional development with motivating local and international presenters, master classes for practitioners, workshops discussing topical issues, insights into innovative use of technology in custodial settings and networking opportunities. There is something for everyone!

The conference workshops have five key streams; Youth Justice, Research, Technology/ICT, Adult Education/Indigenous Education and Vocational/Industry Training. The conference website provides details of the conference including a tab to upload abstracts for papers. The Call for Papers is open and has a closing date of Wednesday July 10.

More details here.

Linkwest’s 2019 Conference

People. Place. Partnerships

16–18 October 2019, Perth

This conference focusses on the opportunities for bottom-up, place-based and community-led development: the empowerment of community (and the individuals within that community) to determine not just what they want to achieve but how they want to achieve it. And it recognises the importance of creating a culture of collaboration to enable effective, seamless, and cost-effective means of driving positive change.

More details here.

Nov

CCA 2019 Annual Conference

18 November 2019, The Stamford Plaza, Brisbane

More details here.

ACOSS National Conference 2019

26–27 November 2019, Canberra

More details here.

Dec

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