Posts by Sarah Cordiner

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education Author: Sarah Cordiner When most educators or regulators assess the effectiveness of training and education programs, they tend to focus on the just skills and knowledge outcomes.   However, there is a more powerful, life-impacting criteria that most education providers (from sole-trading Trainers to international higher education institutions) are…

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Is Over-Regulation of The VET Sector Killing Our Children’s Futures?

Is Over-Regulation of The VET Sector Killing Our Children’s Futures? Author: Sarah Cordiner The Vocational Education and Training [VET] sector has seen a much-needed and dramatic advancement in the monitoring, assessment and governance of the quality of training and assessment since it’s national regulator ‘ASQA’ overhauled the Standards for Registered Training Organisations [RTOs] in 2015.…

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10 Ways To Lead With Humility

Humility: (noun): “the quality of having a modest or low view of one’s importance”. There are endless requirements of a leader, but one we rarely see on their job description is ‘must be able to lead with humility’, despite it being one of the strongest influencers on an organisation’s culture. Pope Francis believes that humility…

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Overcoming The Fear Of Filming Your Online Course Videos

Creating Courses on Camera   Presenting on camera is extremely different to presenting face to face. And along with that, comes the terrifying prospect that you are immortalizing yourself in the capturing of a video, that could be viewed by millions of people for the rest of time.  Gulp.   It’s not surprising that people…

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