In the rapidly evolving landscape of professional development and education, micro-credentials have emerged as a pivotal innovation an opportunity to give young people an edge when navigating pathways to work. Micro-credentials are tailored to provide specialised knowledge or skills in certain areas of study, bridging the gap between traditional education paths and the dynamic needs of the workforce. As educational institutions and industries recognise the value of lifelong learning, micro-credentials have become increasingly relevant, offering
In today’s fast-paced world, the demands placed upon our youth are constantly evolving. As educators, guardians of tomorrow’s leaders, it’s imperative that we equip our students with the essential skills needed to navigate the ever-changing landscape of the 21st century. That’s where the Future Skills Summit comes in.  Scheduled to take place on April 30th at Tafe Mooloolaba, the Future Skills Summit is set to revolutionise how we prepare our students for the challenges and

Knoei and Tomorrow’s Hope

Posted by Tara Jacobsen on  February 2, 2024
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The Knoei Programs (Colab for High School students and Turbo for school leavers) are entrepreneurship incubators that provides pathways and choices for young people. Students not only ideate and incubate a start-up idea and learn the business skills to commercialise, they complete the program with a Nationally Accredited qualification, pathways to University, a Job, being the owner of their own business (or all 3!).  The Knoei programs are a cool and different way for young
In an era marked by rapid changes and unforeseen challenges, the question of whether entrepreneurship and innovation can be taught has never been more relevant. The past few years disruption serve as a stark reminder of the unpredictable nature of our world. It highlights the necessity for young adults, especially future entrepreneurs, to be equipped not only with knowledge but also with the mindset to navigate an unknowable future. Embracing Uncertainty as a New Normal
Australia is at a critical juncture, with a paradoxical skills gap amidst a growing number of graduates. While universities play a crucial role, data reveals escalating doubts about their value proposition. Surveys indicate high costs and limited job prospects are turning youth away, even as federal targets call for increased enrolment. This disparity underscores the need for alternative pathways aligned with the future of work. A study by Holmesglen Institute reveals that many graduates lack

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