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    Skills First 2021 - Webinar series 3 of 5

    • Skills First 2021: The new internal audit tool

What will be covered

Join the team at Audit Express as they explore the new internal audit tool that relates to the 2021 Victorian Skills First VET Funding Contract.

 

This webinar recording covers:

 

  • Unpacking the key changes to the new internal audit tool
  • Highlighting key areas that the department are likely to focus on in 2021
  • Detailing the most common non-compliances
  • Developing a rectification plan
  • Top tips from our CEO on how to meet and exceed your Skills First contract obligations

 

This webinar is part of a series of five webinars held to assist contracted registered training organisations to implement and comply with the requirements of the Victorian Skills First VET Funding contract.

 


 

 

These webinars are provided as general information and are not endorsed in any way by the Victorian Department of Education. Registered training organisations are advised to undertake their own due diligence and ensure they comply with the contract requirements at all times.

Pricing options

We offer a range of options for you to register for individual webinars as a one-off, or as part of a whole series of webinars, or you can register for a membership which will provide you with access to all of our webinars and on-demand courses.

Presenters

CEO

Kevin Ekendahl

Kevin has extensive experience working in senior management positions across the training and education sector. Having built and managed a registered training organisation, Kevin understands the importance of ensuring there is the right balance between growth and compliance. Prior to this Kevin worked in the advertising sales industry where he gained valuable skills in business development and marketing.

Auditor & Quality Consultant

Fleur Limpus

Fleur has more than three decades of experience working in the Vocational Education and Training sector. Fleur has established and managed a number of Registered Training Organisations including her own. Fleur has extensive experience of the Aged and Community Care sector, working with providers, proposing innovative education and training strategies to enable the building of a skilled and competent workforce to ensure a high standard of care and support to its consumers. Fleur has contributed greatly towards numerous projects regarding the development of training packages for the Community Services sector, sitting on a number of Industry Training and Advisory Boards.