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Listening To Country: Weaving First Peoples Knowledge And Perspectives Into Curriculum In An Australian Context
This panel discussion features Teaching Elders and First Peoples Reference Committee from the Weaving First Peoples Knowledge and Perspectives within Curriculum Project.
This webinar will draw on data gathered by ACEN in the 2020 Graduate Outcomes Survey to review the impact of WIL and not-for-credit employability-related activities on a range of graduate outcomes.
WACE will hold an innovative online conference that will bring together the global WIL community to explore work-integrated learning and its important role in the emerging world of work in May 2021.
The WA Chapter invites its members to the following event: Enhancing student resilience: A key strategy in addressing university student’s mental health
Department of Education, Skills and Employment Webinar: Enhancing International Student Employability
Are you looking to deliver the best employability programs to international students? The Department of Education, Skills and Employment invites you to attend its webinar...