The Global Centre for Work-Applied Learning aims to bring together practitioners, scholars and organisations committed to Work-Applied Learning (WAL) and related areas in Australia and around the world. These collaborations result in industry based projects, research and recognition of prior learning qualification pathways, all of which will contribute to knowledge and the practice of WAL globally.
This conference on Work-Applied Learning (WAL) for Change showed how Work-Based Learning (WBL) and WAL resulted in individual and team learning, including organisational learning and change. The conference also showed the linkage between industry, research and education. This conference brought together leading practitioners and scholars who demonstrated the value of learning and application for change in organisations.
Senior Managers and their teams benefited from this conference as it showed them how to empower their managers and leaders to learn, apply and introduce change in their workplace, with the option of undertaking studies leading to undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. Academics involved in Change Management and Work-Based Learning or Work-Integrated Learning also found this conference useful. The maximum number of participants was restricted to approximately 150 participants.
As the conference involved presentations and reflections, its design provided an opportunity for participants to reflect on their own practices and organisational projects in the context of the concepts and real life examples presented.
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