Learning Community Strategy

The Learning Community Strategy informs what we do to build Wyndham as a Learning Community. 

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National Centre for Vocational Education Research Portal

The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) is an independent, not-for-profit body owned by the Australian, and state and territory ministers responsible for training. Established in 1981, they are Australia’s authoritative source of vocational education and training (VET) research and data. Their services help promote better understanding and discussion within the VET sector, and assist policy-makers, practitioners, industry, training providers, and students make informed decisions. The NCVER have published an information portal designed to give learning providers information on many areas of training.

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CSIRO Report on the future of employment 

Published by the CSIRO, this report examines plausible futures for jobs and employment markets in Australia over the coming twenty years and may be of interest to you as a learning provider.

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Learning Potential App

The Australian Government has released a free app for parents packed with useful tips and inspiring ways to be more involved in their child’s learning. It’s for all ages, from the high chair to high school, and it gives you:

  • useful tips and hints 
  • relevant information tailored to your child’s age 
  • fun and easy ways to stimulate learning

The Learning potential app has lots of useful tips and ideas to help you make the most of those small opportunities in your buy day.

Parents, families and carers are a child’s first and most important teachers. Parent engagement in education is about parents being positively involved in their child’s learning and school community - to help them learn and enjoy school.

As a parent, you and your family play an important role in supporting your child’s education. The earlier you and your family become engaged, the better it is for your child’s learning.

Parent engagement is more than being involved and informed about school activities. It is actively engaging with your child’s learning, both in the home and at school. 
When schools and families work together, children do better and stay in school longer. For this reason ‘Engaging parents in education’ is one of the four pillars of the Australian Government’s Students First approach for quality school education.

For more information please visit the Learning Potential homepage or you may contact them on the Department of Education and Training’s enquiry phone line 1300 363 079 or Email: parentengagement@education.gov.au

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