Greg O'Connor, Texthelp and Anita Raftery, TAFE NSW
This presentation will share the journey of TAFE NSW rapid move to supporting students through Connected Learning, connecting teachers and students via virtual platforms like Microsoft Teams. Learning and teaching support strategies and technologies were strengthened, changed and transformed in term 1 to meet these new unprecedented COVID-19 needs and requirements. This session will explore the implications for future support models moving ahead to the post-COVID training environment.
Pam Anderson and Kirsty Runciman, NDCO Program
TAFE Specialist Employment Partnerships (TSEP) is an employment service based at the TAFE campus to meet specific needs of graduating or graduate students with disability seeking employment. The service is available to all students identified as having a disability and/or who access support from the TAFE due to the impact of their disability. A number of TAFE campuses in Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia are currently delivering the TSEP Program. This is an opportunity for practitioners to learn about the TSEP partnerships and benefits to assist with implementation of the program in other regions.
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