AISNSW is hosting a Pathways and Partnerships Forum in Sydney, exploring the diverse options young people have inside and outside of school.
The event has been postponed for the time being however when reinstated it will bring together school leaders, tertiary educators, VET professionals, business leaders and industry bodies.
The keynote speaker is Professor Peter Shergold, Chancellor of Western Sydney University and Chair of the national Review of Senior Secondary Pathways (TBC).
Professor Shergold was recently described as “a Renaissance man of public policy” in the Good Weekend magazine’s “Who Mattered in 2019” edition.
Professor Shergold will present the keynote address at the AISNSW Pathways and Partnerships Forum.
The Pathways and Partnerships Forum will highlight diverse, prosperous pathways young people can access across schooling, VET, tertiary education and business.
The Pathways and Partnerships Forum is being hosted at a time of great change in education and the workplace, with fewer young people choosing direct paths from school into further education, training and full-time work. The forum will highlight diverse, prosperous pathways young people can access across schooling, VET, tertiary education and business.
It will be an opportunity for school professionals to connect with colleagues and fellow professionals to engage with excellent practice, explore new and innovative approaches to building partnerships and foster skills development and meaningful pathways for senior secondary students.
The forum will explore meaningful pathways for senior secondary students.