Posts Tagged ‘higher education’

TCSI Update for VSL Providers

Continuing with the TCSI Project, the team has started addressing VSL and HE requirements separately. They’ve acknowledged the importance of addressing the different sectors’ needs from feedback provided.   If you aren’t familiar with the TCSI project, check out our TCSI Blogs to learn more!  WDCi have been actively participating in the TCSI project. Ensuring RIO Education is…

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RIO Education isn’t just for Universities and Colleges

Believe it or not, RIO Education isn’t just for Universities and Colleges.   Do you need to manage Students?  Co-ordinating applications and enrollments into multiple universities and colleges? Managing student accommodation or visas? Perhaps you need to manage affiliations or professional standards such as Accounting, Banking or Law.   Struggling to find the best solution…

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VET CEO Sydney Conference: Trade Sponsors

This year we will be attending the VET CEO Sydney Conference, Ignite Your Spark. Commencing on 17 May 2019 at the Doltone House, Darling Island. Velg Training understands the importance of running a successful RTO. The Conference program will address specific needs to CEOs and other RTO personnel. As Trade Sponsors, we will have a…

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Prepare Yourselves…TCSI is coming!!

Calling all Australian Education Providers! Did you know the TCSI Team gave a great update to many Education Providers this week?  Were you one of the Providers on the call? In a recent TCSI Education Provider survey, over 60% of Education Providers said they’re Intended Development Approach would be handled by their SMS provider.  Will you…

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The Window for TCSI Testing Round 2 is Open

The latest TCSI Testing has officially opened. Once again, we will be participating in testing until 29 March 2019. Why? To ensure RIO Education (SMS) is compatible with B2G API Integration.   If you aren’t familiar with the TCSI project, check out our TCSI Blogs to learn more!  WDCi have been actively participating in the TCSI project to…

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Coming Soon… Round 2 TCSI Testing

TCSI Testing Update With our Participation in the TCSI Testing, Round 1 Results have been released. Now the TCSI team are looking at starting Round 2 in March.   If you aren’t familiar with the TCSI project, check out our TCSI Blogs to learn more!  WDCi have been actively participating in the TCSI project to ensure RIO Education is compatible…

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Opportunity to provide feedback on TCSI Reporting Requirements

As part of the TCSI project, HEIMS are reviewing the reporting requirements for data collection starting in 2020.  They are currently seeking feedback from Higher Education (HE) and VET (Vocational Education and Training) Providers on: Scope and Structure Requirements per data packet Data Framework Data Element Specifications Timing Requirements   If you aren’t familiar with the…

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Higher Education Conference Canberra 2019: Degrees Of Change

We have been invited to attend Universities Australias Higher Education Conference, at the National Convention Centre in Canberra 27 February – 1 March. The theme for 2019 is Degrees of Change and how universities play a role in securing Australia’s prosperity. It will also offer insight into how universities are involved with society at local, national and…

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Preparing for TCSI Testing

TCSI Testing – Round 1 Preparation We’re currently preparing to participate in the first round of testing with the HEIMS team. We’re excited to take our RIO Education Student Management system (SMS) for a test drive through this new reporting environment. What preparations are we making? To take part in the TCSI testing, we have…

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TCSI changes to reporting Data Framework for Education Providers

Remind me – what is TCSI? The Department of Education & Training and the Department of Human Services have teamed up to work towards a more effective reporting process for your Student data. This new reporting process is known as TCSI.   Check out our TCSI introduction blog to learn more!   What’s changing with…

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