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Higher Education at Chisholm Amber Treseder Fitts Chisholm Youth Seminar - 2019 1. Lets share with each other 2. Higher Education at Chisholm 3. A chance for any questions Lets share with each other Attainment of non-school qualifications, persons aged 20 to 64 years Persons with a non-school qualification aged between 20-64 years 100.00%
2018 ABS Survey Year Australian Bureau of Statistics, Education and Work, May 2018 Lets share with each other Attainment of non-school qualifications, persons aged 20 to 64 years Persons with a non-school qualification aged between 20-64 years 100.00% 90.00% 80.00%
Certificate III or above Bachelor Degree or above Australian Bureau of Statistics, Education and Work, May 2018 Lets share with each other Qualifications linked to Employment When the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) asked people studying qualifications in the past year about their main reason for undertaking learning, 83 per cent of those enrolled in higher
education gave a job-related reason. For people in certificate III and IV qualifications, 88 per cent gave a job-related reason. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Education and Work, May 2018 Lets share with each other www.menti.com Lets share with each other
Lets share with each other Lets share with each other Todays Agenda 1. Lets share with each other 2. Higher Education at Chisholm 3. A chance for any questions Higher Education at Chisholm Knowing and understanding our students Higher Education Admissions
1. Recent Secondary Education (within the past two years) 2. Previous Higher Education 3. Previous VET study 4. Work and life experience Higher Education at Chisholm Chisholm has been incredible and Ive made great and strong companions
Rita - Bachelor of Engineering Technology Higher Education at Chisholm "Chisholm was fantastic because they gave me the skills and knowledge to incorporate the theory with the practical work" Carly - Bachelor of Accounting
Higher Education at Chisholm A Chisholm Higher Education Graduate will Graduate Outcomes
Possess and apply broad discipline knowledge Communicate effectively using oral and written skills Think critically, analytically and reflectively Problem solve (including generating ideas and innovative solutions) Learn and work independently and collaboratively (integrated) Engage ethically and inclusively with communities, cultures and nations A Chisholm Higher Education graduate is
highly skilled for the workplace technology enabled for now and the future workplace Higher Education at Chisholm Preparing the workforce of the future In the news: Enterprise skills are generic skills that are transferrable across different jobs. They have been
found to be as powerful a predictor of long-term job success as technical knowledge (Development Economics 2015) and will be increasingly important into the future (OECD 2012; Kahn et al 2012; CasnerLotto & Barrington 2006). Higher Education at Chisholm Strategic Focus: Partnerships with Industry Higher Education at Chisholm
TAFE Higher Education Providers Victoria Chisholm Institute Box Hill Institute Holmesglen Melbourne Polytechnic William Angliss Institute Southern Metropolitan TAFE North Metropolitan TAFE TAFE NSW TAFE Queensland TAFE SA
Canberra Institute of Technology Higher Education at Chisholm National Survey of Higher Education Students Overall quality of educational experience 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Teaching quality Learner engagement Learning resources Student support Skills development Higher Education at Chisholm Higher Education at Chisholm Higher Education at Chisholm
Higher Education at Chisholm Higher Education at Chisholm Current Chisholm Higher Education courses 10 1. Bachelor of Engineering Technology 5. Bachelor of Community 2. Bachelor of Community
Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs 6. Bachelor of Early Learning Services 7. Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurse) 3. Graduate Certificate in Family Violence
8. Bachelor of Accounting 9. Bachelor of Information 4. Graduate Diploma in Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Counselling Technology 10. Bachelor of Sports Coaching & Development
NEW Higher Education at Chisholm Courses designed for jobs growth in the South-East Free TAFE Higher Education Growth Sectors Health Care & Social Assistance Construction
Education and Training Prof., Scientific and Tech. Services Higher Education at Chisholm Free TAFE Articulated Pathways Free TAFE Industry Growth Area Diploma Bachelor
Graduate Certificate Healthcare & Social Assistance Diploma of Community Services B. Community Services
GC Family Violence GD Addiction Counselling Diploma of Nursing B. Nursing (Enrolled Nurse) GC Family Violence GD Addiction Counselling Diploma of Justice
In development Diploma of Accounting Advanced Diploma of Accounting B. Accounting Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Diploma Bachelor Post Graduate Higher Education at Chisholm Why choose Chisholm?
Flexible and supportive learning pathways Exceptional Academic Support from experts in the field - QILT Exceptional Learner Engagement - QILT Higher Education linked to future employment growth stats Industry Partnerships Qualifications that are skills based and monitored by strong industry course advisory groups
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