ACEN Chapter Led Conversations – Measures of Success for WIL

23 March 2023

11:00am

Date:

23 March 2023

Time:

11:00am

Location:

Online

Contact:

admin@acen.edu.au

Measures of Success for WIL

Measuring the success and impact of WIL is challenging work. The Department of Education, Skills and Employability are piloting WIL measures via the National Priorities and Industry Linkage Fund (NPILF), and institutions increasingly require measures and data on the impact of WIL beyond Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) data. It is time to have a conversation to share what we are measuring and discuss our future focus. The Vic/Tas ACEN committee will host ACEN’s first Chapter Led Conversation for 2023 and provide an engaging space to share and learn about measuring WIL indicators of success for our key stakeholders.

Facilitated by the ACEN Chapters, Chapter Led Conversations provide a platform for discussion around current issues facing WIL practitioners. Open nationally to all ACEN Members, these virtual sessions involve facilitated online conversations in discipline groups. We invite you to speak up, share your thoughts on what matters to you most and offer strategies to encourage one another in our WIL community.

Facilitator 

Associate Professor Denise Jackson (ECU)

Leoni Russell

RMIT University

Leoni Russell is the Capability Lead, Employability and Work Integrated Learning (WIL) in the Employability and Careers Education team at RMIT University. Leoni provides academic support to build staff capability across a range of educational strategies including Industry partnered Learning, WIL, Career Development Learning (CDL) and the embedding of employability skills into curriculum. Leoni has extensive experience in WIL policy, governance, national research and facilitating professional development to support WIL practice. Leoni has worked on multiple national Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) and Australian Technology Network (ATN) research projects including ‘Assessing the impact of WIL on student work-readiness’, the ‘Innovative Models of WIL’, the WIL entrepreneurial ‘EDGE’ project, the ‘Framework to support institution-wide quality assurance of work integrated learning’ WIL to Work, and Interdisciplinary Project-based WIL projects.  Leoni is on the national board of directors for the Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN).

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