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ACCI/SkillsOne Zoom Launch of National Skills Week with the Hon Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business - Shared screen with speaker view
Katrina Hodgkinson
45:51
Great speech thanks Minister, looking forward to "Skills 2021 - Minister Robert style"!
Pat Sincock
49:17
Fully agree Minister that we need a system to recognise micro skills that can converge to make a full qualification. In addition reducing durations of apprenticeships and traineeships. If we can fix the cost of training and the differences across each state this would make it more desirable to Employers. Excited to see what is coming
Paul Zahra
50:34
Completely Agree. Thanks Minister for your sensible and reasonable approach.
Jenni Hutchins
01:02:31
STEM starts in early learning and care - it plays a key role there. We call it STEAM - to include the ARTS too. It also plays a very big role in the lives of children who attend Out of School Hours Care. Lots of fun is had and STEAM plays a large role in their activities - before and after school.
Pat Sincock
01:05:31
Laura, how do you see training organisations being able to work with the likes of BHP. I see that BHP has some specific skills they need but there is obviously a stepping stone for the likes of BHP to find a person with the right skills to further train them. How can we find out what those basic skills are that you need.
Justin Howden
01:05:52
Great point Jenni, Steam could/should be both fun and educational!
Angela Schumacher
01:07:28
Agree, STE(A)M needs to continue to be embedded from K-12 in interesting and engaging ways that allow students and educators to connect with organisations beyond school. We need to change the narrative about STE(A)M, and organisation need to unite to support the facilitation of embedded programs within schools.
Katrina Hodgkinson
01:08:19
I wonder if the Minister is going to formally invite submissions on reform for traineeships?
Katrina Hodgkinson
01:09:18
Thanks Paul
Ellie Brown
01:13:55
Agree Minister, the system is slow and is resistant to change. Good people leave VET because of this. TAFE puts up so many barriers to being a teacher that good skilled teachers leave the system.
Justin Howden
01:15:03
Thanks Paul and the ACCI team and thanks so much Minister a great session!
ecrichton
01:15:08
thank you
Fiona MacDonald
01:15:21
The next generation expects fast pace and speed. They are the generation who have only ever lived with a phone that has enormous computing power. Gaming based education is an emerging area that should be used to deliver training. Thank you for a fabulous discussion!
Adam Lang
01:15:25
Thank you kindly, ACCI and Minister.
Carmel Pelunsky
01:15:34
Thank you.
Jenni Hutchins
01:15:45
Thanks Paul and the ACCI team, as always for putting together insightful events.
Tania Constable
01:15:51
Thanks to ACCI and team.
anne Cazar
01:15:54
Thank you everyone
Darryl Buchanan (AISNSW)
01:15:54
Thanks to Paul and ACCI as well as Brian Wexham for organising this. Really appreciate the Minister's comments
National AEN
01:15:56
Thank you for a great NSWK launch, congratulations
Sharon Robertson
01:16:02
Thanks Paul and the ACCI Team!
Paul Ryan
01:16:03
Thank you Paul and the ACCI team.
Gavin Lind
01:16:03
Thanks to ACCI and the team for putting together this great session.
Kelly Borg (AISNSW)
01:16:05
Thank you Paul, Brian & ACCI team.
Bronwyn DALLOW
01:16:06
great job ACCI thank you
Ellie Brown
01:16:07
Thank you
Angela Schumacher
01:16:22
Thank you - really inspiring.
Lee Xavier
01:16:22
Great discussion.
Andrew West (UBSS)
01:16:36
Thanks Paul and ACCI.
michelle
01:17:33
Thanks everyone
michelle circelli
01:17:52
Thanks Brian, Ann & SkillsOne team, and ACCI for a great launch of Nat Skills Week
Arielle Abrahams
01:18:17
Thank you, as a trainee this was very inspiring