- 22 March
- 7 June
- 2 August
- 8 November
Time 10am - 1pm
Venue VTA meeting room, Level 3, 478 Albert Street, East Melbourne 3002 (unless otherwise advised)
pdf Letter July 2012 approval to use term TAFE (105 KB) Approval for the ATTN to use the terms 'TAFE' and 'technical and further education
- pdf ATTN Terms of Reference - Feb 2014 - endorsed. (249 KB)
- pdf Australia Apprenticeships & Traineeship Information (1.15 MB)
- pdf Australian Apprenticeship Pathways website (1.15 MB)
- pdf Apprenticeship Incentives July 2012 (262 KB)
- pdf DEECD 2013 Guidlines about ApprenticeshipTraineeship Training Deliver December 2012 (3.38 MB)
- pdf DEECD Refocusing Vocational Training in Victoria (769 KB)
- pdf DEECD Refocusing Vocational Training - Govt subsidies (371 KB)
- pdf DEECD Refocusing Vocational Training - industry (364 KB)
- pdf DEECD Refocusing Vocational Training - Qualilty VET (370 KB)
- pdf DEECD Refocusing Vocational Training - Student Fees (489 KB)
- pdf DEECD Refocusing Vocational Training - Eligibility (277 KB)
- pdf EE Oz Managing Apprentice Progression Information (1.04 MB)
- pdf VRQA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Compliance and QA Policy (136 KB)
Since 1985 the ATTN has provided consistent and effective support for staff working in the area of Apprenticeship and Traineeship training and liaising with agencies in the administration of these programs. It provides a critical forum for members to discuss best practice delivery and the opportunity to listen to various presentations and speakers. This continuously increases knowledge and skills in this area.
Meetings are held at the Victorian TAFE Association every 2 months. These meetings provide an opportunity for representatives from all Victorian TAFE’s to meet, discuss and exchange relevant information on future directions, research, current delivery guidelines, trends, compliance issues and many other matters pertaining to apprenticeships and traineeships. Representatives from Higher Education & Skills Group, Federal Department of Education, Federal Department of Industry, VTA, VCAA and other organisations also attend these meetings on a regular basis which allows all parties to seek information, feedback and to discuss the implementation of new initiatives.
Through these meetings the network can reflect the views of its members and provide advice and assistance on apprenticeship/traineeship practice to all parties. It also enables members to disseminate information to the appropriate staff in their Institute to keep abreast of the latest information and requirements.
Typically your representative at ATTN activities would be the Manager/Co-ordinator of significant areas of apprenticeship/traineeship delivery in your organisation, or the person principally responsible for this business activity. Many TAFE providers nominate key personnel responsible for analysing and reporting on apprenticeship activity. We feel it is most important for managers to engage in the discussions around future directions of the apprenticeship and traineeship systems and VET policy.
If you are interested in joining the network, please check the document brochure-application form (63 KB) .
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William Angliss Institute