28 Feb Just Announced: The 2022 School to Work Program
The 2022 School to Work Summit program has been officially launched.
The Summit Program features:
Here is a breakdown of the program:
Session 1 - The Experts
Our first session will feature powerful insights from experts, initiators and agitators on the school to work journey. John Firth (Firth Review), Ro Allen (Human Rights Commissioner) and Howard Kelly (Kirby Review) will set the scene with their reflections on vocational education, applied learning and place-based partnerships. We’ll hear from Professors Kitty te Riele (UTas), Damian Blake (Deakin) and John Polesel (UniMelb) and find out about the latest research into what connects students and employers. Two teams of comedians, students, educators and industry leaders will then go head-to-head in “The Great School to Work Debate”.
Session 2 - The Innovators
How do you do that? Our second session includes 6 mini-masterclasses by innovators and educators, exploring gender equality in trades, early engagement, ed-tech, neurodiversity, entrepreneurship and school industry partnerships. You’ll learn how to:
Session 3 - The Leaders
Hear from leaders, change-makers and ground-breakers. The final session will explore how we can drive change in education and training, with a focus on the implementation of the Vocational Major. We’ll be inspired by Fiona Nash (Regional Education Commissioner) and Jen Buchanan (Future Schools Alliance) and find out how we can mobilise fresh ideas into tangible actions.