Australian Competency Based Training Methodologies and Curriculum Development Training Program is Underway!

The Opening Ceremony of the Advanced Training of Australian Competency Based Training Methodologies and Curriculum Development Training Program was held at the National Institute of Education Administration!

Australian Competency Based Training Methodologies and Curriculum Development Training Program

At 9:00 am on August 23, 2019, hosted by the Beijing Vocational Transportation College, and hosted by the China-Australia Teacher Competence Development Centre of the Beijing Vocational Transportation College, co-organized by the Australia Vocational Education Alliance (AVEA) and the Melbourne Polytechnic (MP) The opening ceremony of the “Australian Competency Based Training Methodologies and Curriculum Development Training Program” was officially held at the Principals Building of the National Institute of Education Administration!

Tian Weimin, deputy secretary and deputy of the Party Committee of Beijing Vocational College of Transport, Tian Ali, director of the Academic Affairs Office, Tao Jingchuan, deputy director of the Academic Affairs Office, Zhang Jinghua, deputy director of the office, and Guan Beisong, secretary general of the Australia Vocational Education Alliance, Melbourne Polytechnic, Australia Greg Bambrook, an expert in competence teaching, and Dr. Roger Carroll, an expert at Sydney Institute of Technology and Curriculum Development at the Melbourne Institute of Technology, attended the training inauguration ceremony, including Heilongjiang Vocational College Nearly 50 key teachers from Jiangsu Agriculture and Forestry Vocational and Technical College, Jiangxi Environmental Engineering Vocational College, and the organizer of Beijing Vocational Transportation College, gathered at the National School of Education and Administration to jointly start an extremely valuable study tour.

Beijing Vocational Transportation College
Tian Ali, Director of Academic Affairs Office, presided over the opening ceremony

Director Tian said that all schools have always attached great importance to the construction and training of teachers. With the development of education internationalization, special attention is given to Sino-foreign cooperation and the introduction of foreign high-quality resources for joint training. Beijing Vocational Transportation College is no exception. With the establishment of the “China-Australia Teacher Competence Development Centre” with the Australia Vocational Education Alliance, a variety of international teacher training has been carried out for the school and other vocational colleges.
At the same time, the “Advanced Training Class for Teachers’ Teaching Innovation Teams in National Vocational Colleges” which ended on August 21 was mentioned. Sun Yao, a member of the Party Leadership Group and Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Education, attended and gave a class report. Implementation plan> Promote the “three teachings” reform of vocational college teachers, teaching methods, and teaching materials. Based on the year when the “National Vocational Education 20 Articles” was promulgated and implemented, this seminar is of great significance.

Melbourne Polytechnic

Sydney Accord and Curriculum Development Specialist

Speech from Roger Carroll

Dr. Roger said that this training benefited not only the teachers themselves, but also the countless students who taught the knowledge now and in the future, as well as the millions of parents behind the students, which had a profound impact. So I am also honored to have the opportunity to participate in this training.

In addition, Dr. Roger emphasized the importance of continuous learning for teachers. In educational activities, teachers should provide study guidance to those who need knowledge, and carry out creative knowledge transfer work based on their own knowledge and talents, so as to continuously enrich and update the students’ knowledge. But teachers can’t do the job simply by what they have learned in the previous stage of education, because teachers can’t avoid the problems of aging knowledge and outdated concepts. The best way to solve this problem is to continuously update and enrich yourself through learning. The growth of a teacher is a process of life-long learning, so teachers must not only renew their ideas, expand their knowledge, and improve their knowledge structure. Only teachers who have the ability to continuously learn and improve can provide better education and training for students.
This time, I will share and exchange with Greg for teachers in many aspects, but this is just the beginning. It can be used as an opportunity to guide.

Beijing Vocational Transportation College

Tian Weimin, Deputy Secretary and Deputy Dean speaks

Secretary Tian mentioned that we specially invited Roger Carroll and Greg Banbrook to provide training and guidance to everyone at the same time. Roger Carroll is an expert in the international paradigm of the Sydney Agreement. Greg • Banbrook is good at competence teaching, so this is a very valuable learning opportunity. Adhering to the training goals and concepts of “changing thinking, expanding horizons, enhancing abilities, and focusing on practice”, this seminar fully utilizes the international advantages of the China-Australia Teachers’ Ability Development Centre of the Beijing Vocational Transportation College, and collaborates with Melbourne Polytechnic and Australia Vocational Education The alliance has carefully designed training courses to improve the international perspectives, theoretical heights, and practical methods of trainee teachers in talent training, curriculum design, and teaching methods, so as to improve the professional level and international standards of talent training in vocational colleges.

In particular, in order to improve the effectiveness of the training, the Australian vocational education model is integrated into teaching practice. This training is divided into five stages: preparatory preparation, centralized training, independent design, teaching practice, and display communication. It continues to learn, understand, and implement Work hard to truly implement “learning for the best, uniting knowledge and action”, focusing on training innovative backbone teachers with a global vision, international teaching and assessment skills, and improving China’s vocational education development level.

Beijing Vocational Transportation College

Tao Jingchuan, Deputy Director of the Academic Affairs Department

Finally, Tao Jingchuan, deputy director of the Teaching Affairs Office of Beijing Vocational Transportation College, explained in detail the arrangements and requirements for this training.

After-school tutoring

The two trainers will host the Sydney Accord and Curriculum Development, Competence-based Teaching and Assessment after-school tutoring and communication activities in the evening.

Strict assessment

After the intensive training, the Australian trainer will arrange the teaching design assignments, and the trainees will complete the autonomously referring to the concepts and methods learned by the training center. Participants are required to complete the design assignments within the prescribed time. After a comprehensive assessment, they will be issued a training certificate from the Melbourn Polytechnic.

Apply what you have learne

The training is divided into five stages: preview preparation, centralized training, independent design, teaching practice, and display exchange.

Preview Materials

The training is divided into eight categories of Australian vocational education training package materials according to the professional background of the participating teachers. The preliminary materials are rich and comprehensive, including:
1. [Introduction to Australian Vocational Education Terminology-page 37]
2. [Traffic Management Major-Page 42]
3. [Architecture and Architectural Design Direction-page 83]
4. [Veterinary, Forestry, and Agricultural Professionals-50 pages]
5. [Software Engineering and Mechanical Direction-page 84]
6. [Auto Repair-Page 36]
7. [Track Major-Page 42]
8. [Road and Bridge Professional Direction-Page 78]
9. [Management Major-Page 52]

Group photo of the opening ceremony

Intensive teaching

Delivery by Training expert Greg Bambrook

Greg Bambrook is an expert in competency teaching and curriculum development at the Melbourne Polytechnic, Australia, and a senior training expert in the Australian TAE Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116). Greg has more than 40 years of experience in the education field. He was a director of the High School Education Department of the New South Wales Department of Education. He now works at the Melbourne Institute of Technology and is responsible for overseas market development, curriculum design implementation and quality management. In the past 6 years, Greg has conducted dozens of TAE-related trainings for vocational education teachers in China, and has received great praise.
In addition, Greg is also the chief trainer of the “China-Australia Vocational Education Cooperation Beijing Education Commission TAFE Education Model Reform Project”, and lectures on Australia’s vocational education system, curriculum design, teaching organization form, teaching methods and standards.

Group teaching

Delivery by Training expert Greg Bambrook

Delivery Record

Group practice shows how to develop evaluation criteria

Training expert Greg explained the Australian vocational education system, training package system, AFQ system, curriculum design, teaching methods and evaluation system, etc. The course passed theoretical learning, case analysis, project design, group discussion, hands-on practice, skills demonstration The method penetrates and strengthens the methods and concepts of ability-based curriculum development, teaching, and evaluation at multiple levels and angles, so that students can master practical curriculum innovation design, teaching organization, and evaluation skills.

Intensive teaching

Delivery by Training expert Rodger Carroll

Rodger Carroll is a PhD in Education from the University of Victoria and chair of the Melbourne Polytechnic. He is responsible for teaching management and international exchange in the Department of Engineering and Architecture, Design. At the same time, Rodger is good at Sydney accord standards and curriculum construction, and has participated in international training exchanges for many times. He has been listed as a “high-skilled professional” by Melbourne Polytechnic and has extensive experience in education such as architecture, engineering, and design.
Rodger has many years of professional practice experience and industry background. Since 2009, he has been the chairman of the TAFE construction engineering industry in Victoria. He has a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the industry development and needs, and his research results have been widely recognized by the industry.

Group teaching

Delivery by Training expert Rodger Carroll

delivery record

Training expert Roger Carroll illustrates the differences between the Sydney, Washington and Dublin Accord for trainees

Experiential teaching demonstration
Increase student engagement in the classroom
Training expert Dr. Roger pointed out that although the Sydney Accreditation courses are in the category of engineers, they have some qualities for graduates, such as global vision, professionalism, innovative thinking, lifelong learning, professional ethics, etc., for our other majors The training objectives of the course have a lot of reference significance. With reference to the Sydney Agreement, through different competence objectives-corresponding manifestations-graduate literacy, we have provided us with a set of global international standard paradigms. Domestic vocational colleges can redevelop this professional curriculum in accordance with the Sydney Accord International Paradigm, creating professional best practices and courses with international standards!

After-school tutoring seminars

the training schedule is compact and the content is substantial, in order to consolidate the learning effect, the two training experts organized after-class training of participating teachers in the evening, combined with their own professional teaching to conduct in-depth reflection and training summaries, and actively changed their concepts in the perspective of international education. Improve international teaching skills.

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