Current Events

26th National VET Research Conference

5 to 7 July, Hobart

Register now for the 26th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference ‘No Frills’, to be held 5–7 July 2017, at TasTAFE Drysdale Campus in Hobart, Tasmania.

Join the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) for an exciting program, featuring over 50 presentation and poster sessions addressing the theme Skilling for tomorrow.

'No Frills' is a well-known annual national conference where researchers and those engaged in the VET industry come together to discuss key issues, and network in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

https://www.ncver.edu.au/about/news-and-events/events/26th-national-vocational-education-and-training-research-conference

 

Tertiary Education Management online graduate courses

Next semester starts: 10 July 2017

General information: https://online.unimelb.edu.au/education/tertiary-education-management

Individual courses include:

 

External Quality Assurance

17 July - 10 September 2017

Subject overview
This subject covers key elements of international approaches to Quality Assurance in tertiary education. These include:

  • Quality Assurance for higher education;
  • External Quality Assurance roles and responsibilities;
  • Networks of external Quality Assurance agencies;
  • Standards applied by external Quality Assurance agencies;
  • Emerging challenges for external Quality Assurance agencies.

http://www.lhmartininstitute.edu.au/professional-development-programs/single-subjects/167-external-quality-assurance

 

AAIR SIG Forum

26-27 July 2017

It is with great pleasure that the local organising committee and the Australian Association for Institutional Research (AAIR) invite you to the 2017 AAIR Special Interest Group (SIG) Forum in Sydney. This year’s theme is Creating Connections & Exploring Possibilities.

More info: https://leishman.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/aair-sig-2017/aairsig

 

Bluenotes Americas 2017

1-4 August

The Bluenotes group is comprised of both current and potential Blue users where they connect, share expertise and learn from one another. This collaboration creates a stronger network, a better Blue and an elevated learning experience for all. Bluenotes is institution-led and the group hosts three annual user conferences: Asia-Pacific (Bluenotes APAC), Americas (Bluenotes Americas) and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Bluenotes EMEA). More information , including the conference registration page, can be found athttp://www.bluenotesgroup.com/bluenotes-americas-2017/

We have over $64,500 in door prizes will be awarded at the conference. All conference attendees will be automatically entered to win one of these 15 valuable prizes.

  • Free Blue Certification Camp registration valued at $3,000 (3 chances to win)
  • $10,000 DIG credit (1 chance to win)
  • $10,000 Bluepulse credit (1 chance to win)
  • $10,000 BlueX credit (1 chance to win)
  • Free Blue Certification Audit packages valued at $2,500 (5 chances to win)
  • Free Blue APAC attendance valued at $5,000 (1 chance to win)
  • Free Blue EMEA attendance valued at $5,000 (1 chance to win)
  • Free Blue Passport* for a year valued at $1,650 (2 chances to win)

*Blue Passport includes: Free access to all Bluenotes User Conferences, globally
Free access to all Blue administrator trainings
Access to the Blue Beta Program
Travel expenses (where applicable) are not included
Training programs have limited enrollments; advance registration in sessions is necessary

 

SEAAIR 2017: The 17th Annual Conference

6 to 8 Sepember

PSB Academy, Singapore

Theme: ASEAN Higher Education at the Crossroad: Challenges, Changes, Capacities, and Capabilities

From networking with peers to presentation sessions by leading experts in the field, the annual conference is the must attend event for academics, educators, researchers and practitioners in higher education. For more information about this conference, please visit:

 

Tertiary Education Management Conference (TEMC)

17 - 20 September, Melbourne

Call for abstracts and registration will open by November 2016.

More information: http://www.tefma.com/events/temc-conference

 

Australasian Research Management Society Conference 2017
26-29 September

Wellington, New Zealand

Invitation to Attend

Kia Ora!

We welcome you to the 18th Australasian Research Management Society Conference 2017 to be held in Wellington, New Zealand. Our society of over 2100 members promotes an internationally-connected community of research managers and administrators who operate at the highest standards to support and enhance the global delivery of research excellence. The conference will feature internationally renowned key note speakers, oral and poster presentations, industry exhibitions, collaboration meetings, and professional development workshops of significance to this global profession. We will also make time to celebrate and develop new friendships and encourage satellite meetings aligned with ARMS 2017.

Our conference is deeply embedded in public research policy and the Honourable Steven Joyce, says: “As the Minister of Science and Innovation, I am writing to express my support for the 2017 Australasian Research Management Society Conference to be held in New Zealand.” The conference’s theme Funding Research: Drawing on the Power of Collaboration will explore opportunities to bring together professionals in research organisations and funding bodies to create greater efficiencies in the wider management of research and its funding.

The Mayor of Wellington City, Celia Wade-Brown, recently said: “As the capital of New Zealand, Wellington is the ideal place to hold this conference. … As a compact, cosmopolitan city there are many exciting attractions and activities in Wellington. We are well-known for the wildlife sanctuary at Zealandia, the Botanic Gardens and the Waterfront which is a popular spot for running, walking, cycling, roller blading and other activities.”

The venue for the conference will be the National Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa – located at the stunning Waterfront – within walking distance to accommodation, and all major social events aligned with the conference, allowing calm and recuperation during an action packed and intellectually stimulating conference.

The New Zealand and Pacific Chapter of the Australasian Research Management Society is thrilled to host the conference in Wellington as the seat of public research funding agencies, research providers, and as a hub of cultural and outdoor activities.

We are looking forward to welcoming you with ‘Haere mai!’ to Wellington in September 2017!

Dr Chris Kroger and Ms Jayne McQueen
Conveners, ARMS 2017

More information: http://www.arms2017.org.au/

 

AAIR Forum

November

Dates to be confirmed.

 

TEQSA Conference 2017 & HECQ Forum

29 November to 1 December

Visit: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=211678&


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