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Whitepaper - Harnessing Your Skills Data: Recognition and Representation of Workplace Skills

Harnessing Your Skills Data: Recognition and Representation of Workplace Skills

What are the steps that lead to an organisation’s ability to produce personal evidence? How can organisations capture, aggregate and manage their skills data in an automated way? How can they bring to light underutilised dark data’ hiding in their existing systems? And how can they align learner performance data to industry recognised definitions and frameworks? This whitepaper details the what, how and why education providers of all types can participate fully in the burgeoning Skills Economy and prepare their learners for the future world of work.

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Aligning Non-formal to Formal Learning Pathways

Aligning Non-formal to Formal Learning Pathways

In this conversation style interview, Margo Griffith and Jeffrey Lehrer, National RTO Compliance Manager from Scouts Australia, discuss the challenges and opportunities around aligning non-formal learning to formal learning pathways for both their youth members and adult volunteers. They also discuss what youth organisations globally are doing to help participants gain recognition of transferable skills learnt through their programs, to be used as credits towards getting into the course they want or when looking for work.

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Edalex partners with TAFE Queensland to recognise emerging workplace skills gaps

Edalex partners with TAFE Queensland to recognise emerging workplace skills gaps

Leading Australian edtech company Edalex has partnered with Queensland’s largest and most experienced Vocational Education and Training (VET) provider, TAFE Queensland, and is offering people an exciting range of micro-credentials designed to deliver industry and skills-aligned training to fill skills gaps in the areas of new technologies, digital and enterprise skills.

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Edalex and CAE lead INQAAHE workshop on evidence of learning outcomes

Edalex and CAE lead INQAAHE workshop on evidence of learning outcomes

Edalex, the edtech company on a mission to surface learning outcomes, digital assets and the power of individual achievement, and the Council for Aid to Education, Inc. (CAE), a non-profit developer of performance-based and custom assessments that authentically measure students’ essential college and career readiness skills recently engaged online attendees in the workshop “Measurement of Learning Outcome Achievement – Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA+)” at the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) annual conference held in June.

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