The pace of change has never been so great nor as disruptive as it is today. Today’s young people will need to innovate in business, communities, government and the global realm to solve emerging challenges and create a fairer society. To do all this they will need to be able to navigate the new work order – where whole career progressions are being altered, new professions are coming into existence and traditional jobs are being swallowed by automation. What skills will young people need to successfully navigate their future and what is our role in helping them to prepare for this?
Dean Delia, General Manager Community Engagement, The Foundation for Young Australians will be addressing these issues at the next VETLink.
Louise Robinson, Executive Director – VE will provide an update on the current changes in VE at RMIT.
Joseph Costigan, Senior Manager Product Portfolio – 21CC Initiative will speak on how micro-credentials are enabling students to acquire professional skills.
This sounds like a great session. I do encourage you to attend.
When: Fri. 1 June 2018, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Building 1, Level 2A, Council Chamber