WAVE and ALA Forum, 10th August 2017 | Melbourne

MAKING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS REAL IN ADULT EDUCATION: TOWARDS A GENDER INFORMED NATIONAL PLAN In 2015, 193 countries unanimously accepted Sustainable Development Goal 4 - to bring quality, equitable, inclusive education and life long learning opportunities to their citizens What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? Why should you know? Why are they important? What do they have to do with education and training in Australia? With inclusivity, gender and economic well-being? How might they impact an adult’s learning and training for decent work? What are the issues for women and girls? What are the key SDGs for education, gender and work? Join in this forum with Women in Adult and Vocational Education (WAVE), and Adult Learning Australia (ALA) in conjunction with the EU Centre at RMIT University to learn more about the SDGs and their implications for Australia. Thursday 10th August 2017 10.00am-3.30 pm Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre 251 Faraday Street, Carlton, Melbourne. (Any tram from Swanston Street to Melbourne University Stop) Cost: $25 at registration to cover refreshments Register now  for the WAVE/ALA forum WAVE and ALA Forum Promo...

WAVE AGM 8 September 2016 at 4pm by teleconference

WAVE AGM 8 September 2016 at 4pm by teleconference. If you are interested in standing for a position (see our Leadership page) Contact WAVE Secretary Robyn Woolley on robyn.woolley1@bigpond.com for a nomination form. If you would like to participate in the AGM, also contact Robyn or linda@wave.org.au for further...
WAVE Conference April 20, 2016

WAVE Conference April 20, 2016

WAVE Conference 2016 A great time was had at the WAVE Conference.  Our thanks to Northern Sydney TAFE for hosting us.  Read more at this link:  https://storify.com/KiraVClarke/wave-conference-2016 .   The Conference has finished and was most successful.  Over 70 participants were registered, and they had the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful surroundings in the Cameraygal building at Northern Sydney TAFE, and the exciting and challenging speakers.  The conference program is attached as well as the round-up of the day from the Executive member Kira Clarke:  https://storify.com/KiraVClarke/wave-conference-2016 . WAVE National Conference 2016 final Look out for the full conference report with actions that will guide WAVE's work in the lead-up to the Federal elections and over the next year.  Here is just a taste of what happened at the conference. And now the presentations are available. These will be of interest to those who were not able to join us, and probably to those who did join us also. It's almost like being there! We hope you find the presentations interesting. Elaine Butler's address at the WAVE conference. Education and Gender Equality Tess Julian Catalyst Exchange Opportunities for Women Marion Baird WAVE Keynote 200416 Speech to 2016 WAVE Conference Susana Saffu's WAVE Conference Presentation Final Copy WAVE Conference Preso 200416 Ro Coroneos NCVER_Michelle Circelli-WAVE_2016_presentation Anne Jones WAVE...