Reflections - 2017 VET in Schools Forum showcases VET and strengthens pathways for students

From the Teachers’ Guild of New South Wales President, Thank you for attending the recent inaugural VET in Schools Forum hosted by the Teachers’ Guild of NSW, ACE Hills Parramatta and MWLP Linking Youth. Over 170 delegates attended including principals, VET coordinators, teachers, students, work placement providers, training organisations, business and industry. In a year which has already seen so many changes to this exciting and rapidly growing sector, the need to provide successful VET in Schools professional development programs require collaboration between schools, the training sector and industry. The organisers would also like to extend our thanks to all presenters and sponsors at th

THE TEACHERS’ GUILD OF NEW SOUTH WALES 125 YEARS – WHERE ARE WE NOW?

The Teachers’ Guild of NSW this year celebrates a long, impressive and honourable history of service, support and training for the vocation of teaching; always maintaining its foundation aim “to promote in all possible ways, the care of education," strengthening collegiality and standing detached from industrial issues. Founded in December, 1891 by a group of leading practitioners as a professional association for teachers from all levels and sectors of education, the Guild, over a period of decades, embarked on and maintained a substantial influence on NSW Secondary School Syllabus Committees, produced a prestigious journal The Australian Teacher, set up the Teachers’ Central Registry which

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