Forum: Making micro-credentials work
SEP, 2019
Teaching & Learning
DVCE Event Recap
On 3 September, Professor Liz Johnson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education hosted a forum to launch the report ‘Making micro-credentials work for learners, employers and providers’. Over 80 people representing the three sectors, and more, attended.

Emeritus Professor Beverley Oliver, former Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, and author of the report set the scene and recommended immediate next steps to make micro-credentials work. Professor Peter Noonan, Chair, AQF Review Panel; Mr Ron Watts, Executive General Manager, Professional Standards & Practice, Engineers Australia; and Catherine Friday, Managing Partner, Oceania Government and Health Sciences, EY Australia responded with their insights then all engaged in lively discussion and networking.

The event was recorded by the graphic artist Glenn Stephenson. You can access Glenn’s illustrations and photos from the event below. Download the executive summary and the report.

Right: Emeritus Professor Beverley Oliver & Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education, Professor Liz Johnson.
Some Useful Resources

Oliver, B. 2019, ‘Making micro-credentials work for learners, employers and providers’, Deakin University Report published on DTeach, available here.

The event was recorded by graphic artist Glenn Stephenson and Deakin photographer Donna Squires.


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