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Australian Flexible Learning Framework 2007 FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

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  1. Australian Flexible Learning Framework 2007 FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

  2. A continuing strategy to provide the vocational education and training (VET) system with …. e-learning skills development resources and support for a technology-driven learning environment Australian Flexible Learning Framework

  3. Indigenous Engagement Project • This project will use e-learning to : • recognise and identify skills and qualifications needed for employment • identify and develop culturally appropriate products to enhance learning and employment outcomes • develop Indigenous e-learning champions

  4. Indigenous Engagement Project Applications close: Monday 12 March 2007 Website: http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/indigenous Contact: Rhonda Appo Phone: (07) 3307 4707 Email: rhonda.appo@det.qld.gov.au

  5. Community Engagement Project • The project will : • create sustainable demand for and use of e-learning in communities • enhance the e-learning capacity of communities engaged previously • OR • target community and regional development initiatives that have existing networks with local community and business groups

  6. Community Engagement Project Advertised: mid-February 2007 Applications close: Friday 23 March 2007 Website: www.flexiblelearning.net.au/communitypartnerships Contact: Mary HannanPhone: (02) 6274 9508 Email: m.hannan@ala.asn.au

  7. New Practices in Flexible Learning • This project will: • explore and increase the uptake of innovative, practical and sustainable approaches to e-learning • support training providers in cutting edge projects • will embed past innovations by providing professional learning and support for the uptake of innovative e-learning practices

  8. New Practices in Flexible Learning Advertised: Wednesday 17 January 2007 Applications close: Wednesday 28 February 2007 Website: http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/newpractices Contact: Ros Howell Phone: (08) 9319 5516 Email: ros.howell@westone.wa.gov.au

  9. Inclusive e-Learning • This project will support the uptake of e-learning for: • young people • learners with disabilities • mature age workers

  10. Inclusive e-Learning Advertised: mid-February 2007 Applications close: end of March 2007 Website: http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/inclusive Contacts: Mary Schooneveldt (learners with disabilities and mature age people) Phone: (03) 9661 8710 Email: mary.schooneveldt@eworks.edu.au Bruce Enting (youth) Phone: (08) 8303 2773 Email: bruce.enting@dmit.sa.edu.au

  11. E-learning Networks • This project : • ensures VTE practitioners can access the best national and international knowledge on e-learning • will foster sustainable professional learning through online networking and knowledge sharing focussing on e-learning

  12. E-learning Networks Advertised: Wednesday 17 January 2007 Applications close: Monday 26 March 2007 Website: http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/networks Contact: Cathy Baxter Phone: (02) 6207 4891 Email: cathy.baxter@cit.act.edu.au

  13. Industry Engagement • Works with industry to facilitate their demand for rapid workforce development through flexible technology-driven solutions • Through direct engagement with industry, provides seed funding to employers and industry associations to develop customised industry e-learning demonstrations • Demonstrate an active partnership with a RTO

  14. Industry Engagement Advertised: Tuesday 9 January 2007 Applications close: Wednesday 4 April 2007 Website: http://industry.flexiblelearning.net.au/ Contact: Jenny DoddPhone: (02) 6207 3262Email: jenny.dodd@cit.act.edu.auindustry@flexiblelearning.net.au

  15. LearnScope Aims to increase and improve organisational capacity to provide quality e-learning solutions to clients

  16. LearnScope options for 2007 Team projects State-wide centrally managed teams: ‘Exploring E-Learning’ ‘Managers in E-Learning’ ‘Leadership in E-Learning’ Individual project subsidies

  17. Other Engagement Opportunities Resources: New Practices CDs Toolboxes – Series 9 soon to be available Information: Research E-learning & Trade CoursesWeb 2.0 E-Learning Benchmarking Networking: Forums and SeminarsOnline Events Professional Development

  18. A Toolbox, initially supplied on CD: is a collection learning resources, activities and strategies supports the delivery of VET qualifications from endorsed Training Packages may be customised by teaching staff may be copied for teachers and students may be implemented on individual PCs or across networks (including the Internet) Flexible Learning Toolboxes

  19. Details and Previews of Toolboxes are available: navigate to -flexiblelearning.net.au/toolboxes/preview/index.htm click on “Preview Toolboxes” click on “by Training Package area” or “by Series / Code” to change the viewing order click on a Toolbox Code or Name to see further details or access the Preview Finding Toolboxes

  20. Flexible Learning Toolboxes to launch from February 2007

  21. Shane Dowd NSW Toolbox Champion Phone: (02)  6569 2008  Mobile: 0439 486 635  Email: shane.dowd@det.nsw.edu.au flexiblelearning.net.au/toolboxes/preview/index.htm

  22. Framework Team in NSW Capability Building Program Leader Paula Johnston NSW Framework Coordinator Jeff Saul Toolbox Champion Shane Dowd (Macksville) LearnScope (NSW) Robyn Jay Alex Hayes LearnScope (National) Donna Hensley (Newcastle) Knowledge Sharing Services Paula Johnston NSW Administration Richard Preston