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Research released today shows that 85% of parents agree their children’s clothing and accessories reflect their personalities, 93% of parents claim to buy toys and games that appeal to their child’s personal interests and 86% admit their children only participate in extra-curricular activities that are of interest to them. Despite this personalised approach to our kids’ lifestyles, it appears parents do not believe this applies to the current educational system, with 77% agreeing it’s a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. 88% felt their child could do with more individualised attention at school and 90% agreed that, now more than ever, kids need additional learning support.Cluey Learning offers school children live, face-to-face tutoring support in a 1-to-1 and small group setting. Kids can learn at their own pace, in their own way,in addition to school. Its online adaptive platform delivers a personalised experience like no other, with over 790 tutors, bespoke tutor and student matching and an array of digital technologies to aid performance and delivery of the Australian National Curriculum. Cluey Learning Chief Learning Officer, Dr. Selina Samuels says, “It’s hard to reconcile that we expect such a deep level of personalisation for our everyday experiences, yet we don’t demand the same for our children’s learning. Because, just as you wouldn’t expect your child to have the same hairstyle as every other student in their school, you wouldn’t expect them to be identical learners. Back to School is the perfect time to reflect on the current learning needs of your children, so we’ve partnered with Just Cuts - the largest hairdressing company in the Southern Hemisphere - to offer parents a helping hand during this busy and expensive time of year. At the same time, we hope this initiative draws attention to the benefits of personalisation in every aspect of our lives - whether that’s a haircut, a coffee order, or our children’s learning - because it’s important our needs are met.” Additional key findings from the research include: 65% of parents consider purchasing new stationery an essential part of Back to School planning, but less than 1 in 4 (23%) look at signing up with a tutor88% of parents wish there was more time to go back and revise any areas their child may not have understood during the school term/year to ensure they’ve grasped the concepts87% of parents agree that they would love more feedback on their child’s learning progress than just school reports and parent-teacher meetings84% of parents agree that the pace at which their child is taught a new subject or concept doesn’t necessarily suit themSchool children who take up the offer of a free Back to School haircut will also receive 20% off Cluey. Visit to request a free haircut. For further details and to learn more about Cluey Learning click here.-ENDS-Media Contact:Candice Meiselscandice@candicepr.com0481 369 484 NOTES TO EDITORS About Cluey Learning Cluey Learning delivers personalised online tutoring support for students in Years 2 -12, across Maths, English and Chemistry. All content is mapped to the Australian National Curriculum and is based on the unique learning needs of each individual student. Cluey has supported over 15,000 Australian families, run over 192,000 sessions and has been rated 4.7/5 by parents and students.About Dr. Selina SamuelsDr. Selina Samuels is the Chief Learning Officer at online education company Cluey Learning. She has been in education for over three decades and has been working with schools since 2013 to establish and provide remote education programs across a range of subjects.Qualifications: BA (Hons), LLB, Ph.D., MEd.About the promotion Offer includes 1 haircut or hairstyle, free of charge, per school child. Offer does not include any colour treatment, or maintenance treatment such as deep conditioning. Vouchers can be redeemed Monday to Friday only. Offer is redeemed on a first-come, first serve basis - while stocks last. Offer valid until voucher stocks run out one redemption per person only. Please check your local participating salon for opening hours. Offer can be redeemed via the research Over 1,000 people were surveyed during the period 3-8 December 2020. The sample size was nationally representative amongst parents of school children from Kinder to Years 12 in Australia. The survey was conducted by Cluey Learning, in collaboration with Pure Profile. 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Schollege is a new Australian self–paced education platform featuring discount priced online courses from top education providers, with the option of Free Interest Monthly Installment Plans. Schollege is proud to be a training partner of EC-Council in Australia offering the following certifications: Certified Ethical Hacker Certified Penetration Testing Professional Certified Applications Security Engineer. 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For over 40 years, ENS International has partnered with organisations to develop an organisational change management platform to address and develop collaborative negotiation skills, and create a common influencing language that will accelerate growth. Through its network of negotiation process experts with real-world experience, ENS International provides negotiation skills and guidance to achieve desired outcomes while maintaining and building valuable relationships. In addition, its team of highly experienced facilitators train employees to become effective, outcome-focused negotiators who maximise results. ENS International offers both public and customised highly effective training programs with proven return on investment designed to improve participants’ communication and negotiation skills. Across over 70 countries, ENS International has established a reputation as a trusted negotiation partner for some of the most successful organisations worldwide. Its clients in both the public and private sector range from finance (PwC), resources (BHP) and medical (Johnson & Johnson) to retail (Adidas and Woolworths) and government (Australian Government). The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2020 highlights the disruptive nature of long-term technology trends and the impact they will have on the future of work. With automation expected to displace 85 million jobs in the next five years, skills such as persuasion, negotiation, emotional intelligence and social influence are among the top 15 skills employers see as rising in prominence in the lead up to 2025. The acquisition of ENS International will further EdventureCo’s goal of equipping students with relevant skills in a fast-changing world. It will be highly complementary to DDLS and the Australian Institute of ICT, EdventureCo’s two market leading IT training providers, that address the skills shortages in the digital sector. This increasing demand for digital skills is balanced by uniquely human traits such as emotional intelligence, creativity, persuasion and innovation, becoming more valuable. EdventureCo’s strategy is focused on addressing this demand. About EdventureCo EdventureCo is a vocational and professional education and training (VPET) platform established in Australia with an expanding presence in South East Asia. It comprises established and market leading businesses in blue collar and white collar VPET fields such as construction and IT, and has trained over 75,000 students in the past six years and more than 196,000 in the past 26 years, providing them with skills and qualifications to commence their careers, upskill or reskill. EdventureCo’s businesses are Everthought Education, DDLS, the Australian Institute of ICT and ENS International. Go1 Learns that Experimentation with Optimizely is the Best Way Forward 2020-12-14T03:06:47Z go1-learns-that-experimentation-with-optimizely-is-the-best-way-forward Sydney, NSW - December 15, 2020 - Optimizely, an Episerver company, today announced that Go1 has selected Optimizely to power its world-class experimentation program. Go1 joins Mable, JB Hi-FI, and THE ICONIC in the expansion of Optimizely’s local presence. Go1 provides the largest curated eLearning library from the world’s top training providers, all available for a single subscription. In May 2020, Go1 raised US$40 million in their Series C funding round to expand their business globally. While Go1 had a sophisticated tech stack to meet current business requirements, it wanted to have a more data-driven approach to improve conversions and customer experience. 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To learn more, visit On October 21, 2020, Optimizely was acquired by Episerver, a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms.  DDLS introduces new online learning platform to help organisations upskill staff in high-demand areas 2020-12-09T23:52:15Z ddls-introduces-new-online-learning-platform-to-help-organisations-upskill-staff-in-high-demand-areas DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training, today announced the introduction of DDLS Plus, an exclusive online learning platform that includes expertly curated content, virtual learning labs, industry insights, and online access to expert instructors. The new online platform is designed to supplement DDLS’ premium face-to-face learning experience (delivered virtually and in-person), and enables students to build on what they learn in the classroom for at least 12 months after they complete their DDLS course. It gives students the autonomy to undertake additional study from home, boost learning outcomes and fill any knowledge gaps at their own pace. It also provides students with valuable skills to help them prepare for future courses and certifications. “Typically, students approach DDLS for IT technical training courses which run for between 3-5 days, and on many occasions, these students might only return to complete more training 6-12 months later. With technology evolving at such a rapid rate, and with so many organisations now being forced to fast-track their digital transformation journeys, IT skills training needs to be at the fingertips of employees 24-7,” said Jon Lang, CEO of DDLS. “Learning is a lifelong process, and should be continuous and on-demand. DDLS Plus provides us with a new medium to bring this continuous learning mantra to life, and provides customers with the best of both instructor-led training along with the flexibility of online learning. It’s another step towards our commitment to help organisations fill critical ICT skills gaps, while enabling students to expand on their career potential,” added Lang. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed organisations’ attitudes to digital learning, resulting in an increased openness and willingness to invest in digital learning platforms. With many organisations given no choice but to adopt digital learning over traditional classroom training, DDLS has seen a significant increase in preference for blended learning (a mix of online and classroom training). DDLS’ 2020 customer survey revealed that organisations’ preference for blended training models increased from 28% to 54% between March and June 2020 alone[1]. Unlike other online learning platforms that simply provide students with a bundle of course content, DDLS Plus utilises a team of industry-leading technical instructors, who are highly involved in content curation, ensuring only the best and most relevant content is included in each course area. These expert trainers will also be available to directly engage with students via the platform in upcoming releases. Furthermore, the content is tailored specifically to the learning needs of the student and their organisation. For example, if an employee has just undertaken a course in Microsoft Azure, they will be provided with relevant cloud computing courses to build on what they have just learnt, ensuring organisations are realising the full potential of their training investment. The platform is initially offering course content in three key areas of ICT: Cloud Computing, IT Service Management & DevOps, and Cybersecurity. These areas were identified as the most in-demand training areas for organisations in DDLS’ 2020 Customer Survey. As part of a special launch offer, any student who books a training course during December or January in any of the key areas above will have the opportunity to access DDLS Plus for free for 12 months post course completion – a subscription normally valued at $495. “We received several requests from students on further learning opportunities even after completion of their classroom or virtual training courses to help them transition between certifications. With the introduction of DDLS Plus, students can now continue learning long after their course is completed and make the most out of their investment,” added Lang. In DDLS’ 2020 Customer Survey, 56% of organisations surveyed stated that their employees attended at least three or more courses in the past 12 months, and 76% stated they were likely to send their employees to another course in the next 12 months, highlighting the need for continuous learning. Key features of the DDLS Plus platform include: Online Content: Online video content, e-learning modules, e-books and audiobooks, along with personal development pathways to more advanced DDLS courses. Access to instructors: DDLS’ leading instructors will be available online in small group settings to answer questions and advance students’ learning beyond the classroom. Virtual learning labs: Simulations and labs to help students practise their learning in real world scenarios. Exam preparation: Preparatory materials for courses and exams, and information on certification pathways. Industry Insights: Current news feeds and insights curated by the course leader, along with job postings in various fields. Online access: Easy online access via computer or mobile device, and content downloads for offline For more information on DDLS Plus, visit About DDLS DDLS is Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training and Australia’s number one cybersecurity training provider. We partner with world-class companies to help organisations and individuals in the IT industry remain up-to-date with new processes, technology and platforms to reduce risk and enable efficient business practices. DDLS promotes a balanced approach to training with a focus on the key areas of Technology, Process and People. We provide extensive training options tailored to your organisation’s needs – from vendor-certified courses to customised training, including bespoke in-house developed courses. DDLS has invested more than $780,000 in providing free training initiatives for Australians over the past six months. This includes training across popular cloud services to help alleviate ICT skills shortage and assist Australian IT professionals in taking advantage of high-growth areas such as cloud computing. [1] Staying Ahead of the Technology Curve: DDLS Customer Survey 2020 New CEO takes the reins at AIS 2020-12-06T23:07:03Z new-ceo-takes-the-reins-at-ais-2 New CEO takes the reins at Australian Industry Standards Key points ·        Australian Industry Standards welcomes Paul Walsh as its new CEO. ·        Paul’s focus for AIS is to build on its strong legacy of skilling Australia’s workforce, through well informed, innovative and targeted skills solutions to support life-long learning. ·        Paul has a strong foundation of knowledge from business operations, international workforce development and leading organisational change. 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Paul has a strong focus and proven ability in building connections across a range of key industries and stakeholders to support skills development and to contribute positively to Australia’s workforce capability.’  “Paul’s strong track record of accomplishments includes his work on the international stage, most notably in the Pacific Alliance, APEC and IORA regions, where he has supported skills development and promoted the Australian VET system. Paul’s diverse background, including over 30 years in the transport industry from operational roles to company owner, also brings a strong understanding of business needs.”  “I am honored and looking forward to leading AIS as it takes on its next journey to support Australia’s training needs post COVID-19. 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Working in partnership with industry, the vocational education and training sector and government, it aims to further Australia’s prosperity and competitiveness through life-long learning of Australians. AIS works under the leadership of 11 Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) representing the aviation, transport and logistics, maritime, energy, water and utilities, public safety, police, fire, defence and corrections sectors. Together these industries keep Australia productive, powered and secure.   AIS transforms careers through the power of skills and draws on its world-class, in-house technical expertise – built over more than 20 years – and extensive industry networks throughout Australia, to deliver solutions for industry. It undertakes research and data analysis to inform intelligence modelling; develop priority training package products, as well as skills and workforce development solutions – nationally and across the globe. Visit our Website for more information Home - Australian Industry Standards     Biography – Paul Walsh Paul Walsh is the Chief Executive Officer of Australian Industry Standards (AIS). He has been a member of the AIS executive and leadership team since 2012, previously leading its operations and overseeing the newly established AIS Global business unit. He previously held positions in transport and logistics industry operations both as an employee and as a company owner amassing more than 30 years of experience.  Paul was instrumental in seeing AIS expand its portfolio in 2016 to 11 industry sectors and establishing new working arrangements for Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) for the respective training package development. He oversaw the management of these IRCs, while also providing strategic advice to government on ongoing improvement measures for the Australian VET system. 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Ingleburn Public School has been included in The Educator’s sixth annual Innovative Schools report, showcasing the fifty schools making the most profound and exciting impact in K-12 education.  “The Educator Innovative Schools report seeks to showcase those schools at the forefront of change and innovation,” says Editor Brett Henebery. “This year, the COVID-19 pandemic forced Australian schools to implement massive changes to their existing models as face-to-face classes shifted online. While this no doubt posed enormous challenges across all areas of teaching, parental engagement and student wellbeing, some schools saw some unique and exciting opportunities to innovative and improve the way they deliver teaching and learning, not just in 2020 but well beyond the pandemic.” In an entrepreneurial partnership with UNSW, Ingleburn Public School has established the world’s first school-based clinic for managing disruptive behaviour disorders (DBDs) in young children. Under the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) program, parents receive real-time live coaching from a certified therapist, who observes the parent/child playing from behind a one-way mirror. The therapist then coaches the parent to apply evidence-based parental strategies by speaking into a microphone that connects to the wireless earpiece worn by the parent. For teachers with a student participating in the program, they are given access to informational and in-class support services, to enhance their capacity building and to better manage problematic behaviours within the classroom. The PCIT program, provided to at-risk students and families free of charge since June 2019, runs from Ingleburn Public School across six schools and preschool in South Western Sydney. It was awarded a Secretary's Award for School Achievement in the 2020 NSW Minister's and Secretary's Awards for Excellence. To view the full online report and to find out more about Ingleburn Public School, click HERE. -ENDS-  The Educator is Australia’s only independent publication for senior education management professionals. It offers aspirational cover stories and high-level case studies providing a global and national perspective on education leadership and management best practice, as well as interviews with the finest minds in education. The website features daily news, an industry forum and exclusive multimedia content. The Educator is published by leading independent media company Key Media. Find out more about Key Media’s magazines, events and websites at AIICT announces new Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) 2020-11-29T22:38:53Z aiict-announces-new-certificate-iv-in-information-technology-networking The Australian Institute of ICT (AIICT) has today announced a new Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking). AIICT is a start-up launched in 2019 by DDLS, one of Australia’s largest providers of corporate IT and cybersecurity training, and Microsoft Gold Learning Partner. The course is designed for individuals who aspire to work in ICT administrator or technician roles, or those currently in entry-level roles who want to formalise the experience and on-the-job skills they have developed. The certificate provides a solid base of knowledge to equip students for a broad range of roles within the ICT industry. The course covers some of the most in-demand ICT skills, such as networking and cyber security, which are an ideal starting point for any individual looking to enter the ICT industry. By achieving the certificate, students will become proficient in implementing information systems and software including Microsoft Windows Desktop Operating Systems, Microsoft Server Operating Systems and Virtualisation Platforms. “AIICT aims to provide the most contemporary, relevant, and future-focused skills for students to succeed. When the demand for skilled ICT professionals skyrocketed even further this year as organisations transitioned to remote working, AIICT wanted to address this shortage by providing more opportunities for organisations to upskill their staff”, said Jon Lang, CEO of AIICT. “If we are going to fix Australia’s critical skills shortages in ICT and encourage more professionals into the field, it is crucial that professionals have access to flexible, quality online training programs, which they can structure around their lives”, added Lang. Key learning outcomes of the course include: Develop strategies and apply critical thinking to work processes Install, manage and configure virtual environments Maintain the security and integrity of an organisation’s networks and system Create, maintain and troubleshoot networks for an organisation Identify and respond to cyber security threats and incidents Develop and action Cyber Security response plans The course is delivered online over the duration of 12 months, and contains 20 units structured into four major streams of learning, including ICT Essentials; Supporting Clients and Data; Networking and Security; and Cyber Security Incident Handling. Some of the specific career opportunities associated with the Certificate IV include Network Technicians, Help Desk Support members, Computer Network Professionals and Network Administrators. AIICT operates using a unique self-paced course schedule, which is not bound by the traditional academic structures of terms and semesters. The flexible learning options allow students to build an online learning schedule around their life, and start studying at any time that suits them. Download the full Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) course guide here. - END - About AIICT The Australian Institute of ICT (AIICT) is a start-up launched by DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of vendor-certified cybersecurity and ICT training in Australia. Launched in 2019, AIICT was designed to provide those in the ICT and cybersecurity industries, or those looking to enter the industries with the most contemporary, relevant, and future-focused skills needed to succeed. As an operational division of DDLS, AIICT aims to provide online, self-paced, and nationally accredited cybersecurity and ICT training, leveraging the experience, skills and knowledge DDLS has accumulated as leaders in this industry for more than 30 years. The training is delivered via the Moodle LMS platform and leverages world renowned content from CompTIA, Skillsoft, Microsoft and LinkedIn Learning. About DDLS DDLS is Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training and Australia’s number one cybersecurity training provider. We partner with world-class companies to help organisations and individuals in the IT industry remain up-to-date with new processes, technology and platforms to reduce risk and enable efficient business practices. DDLS promotes a balanced approach to training with a focus on the key areas of Technology, Process and People. We provide extensive training options tailored to your organisation’s needs – from vendor-certified courses to customised training, including bespoke in-house developed courses. Project Laneways Set Out Four Key Enablers To an Open-Source Approach 2020-11-27T10:25:28Z project-laneways-set-out-four-key-enablers-to-an-open-source-approach Project Laneways say introducing open-source engagement in an organization takes commitment, planning, and effort, and to improve the odds of success, organizations must put in place four key enablers, beginning with leadership vision and commitment, ensuring that everyone is working toward the same goals.   Open-source engagement also requires leaders to commit to demonstrating specific (and sometimes new) behaviours—such as engaging in dialogue with employees about the change, inviting them to share ideas, and being transparent about decision-making.  Like any other aspect of change management, successful open-source engagement requires a clear strategy and plan.   Open-source engagement requires active guidance to ensure that it delivers the intended benefits. To bring this approach to life, organizations need an open-engagement platform. This includes not only technology such as digital tools but also an organizational culture and environment conducive to this approach. People throughout the organization must feel comfortable sharing information openly—and must have the means to do so.   For example, they can initiate open dialogue and feedback themselves and invite it from others. They can reward employees who take part in the conversation. And they can make employees feel safe in participating; for instance, by affirming the organization’s interest in having open discussions about change.  The benefits of open-source engagement are hard to overstate. When you give people who will execute decisions a say in shaping them, they’ll be far more likely to embrace and support those decisions. Equally valuable, final decisions made through open-source engagement are informed by input from people close to the front lines of the business. And, those decisions are executed promptly—so they produce results more quickly.  Open-source engagement also keeps paying dividends long after each change program has been completed. As the organization gains experience with driving such change, trust and engagement among employees improve—as does employee retention. What’s more, managers gain deeper insight into employees’ strengths, and they can use that insight to identify and develop future leaders.  Given the advantages this approach offers, Project Laneways expect that more companies will want to spark discussion about how open-source engagement can help them beat the odds of executing successful change, so for more information on change management Melbourne, change management certifications and Scrum courses which are delivered via virtual classroom please go to . 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Also Read: Margaret Hendry School named innovative school 2020-11-26T04:28:52Z margaret-hendry-school-named-innovative-school St Leonards, NSW - A Taylor-based school has just been recognised in a prestigious list of the best schools in Australia. Margaret Hendry School has been included in The Educator’s sixth annual Innovative Schools report, showcasing the fifty schools making the most profound and exciting impact in K-12 education. “The Educator Innovative Schools report seeks to showcase those schools at the forefront of change and innovation,” says Editor Brett Henebery. “This year, the COVID-19 pandemic forced Australian schools to implement massive changes to their existing models as face-to-face classes shifted online. While this no doubt posed enormous challenges across all areas of teaching, parental engagement and student wellbeing, some schools saw some unique and exciting opportunities to innovative and improve the way they deliver teaching and learning, not just in 2020 but well beyond the pandemic.” Margaret Hendry School, the first ACT government school built to address the Future of Education Strategy, empowers children to become autonomous change agents within their own learning and community. Children are organised in multi-age, multi-stage learning neighbourhoods (K-2 and Y3-6), with learning needs, not age, determining content and curriculum. To view the full online report and to find out more about Margaret Hendry School, click HERE. -ENDS- The Educator is Australia’s only independent publication for senior education management professionals. It offers aspirational cover stories and high-level case studies providing a global and national perspective on education leadership and management best practice, as well as interviews with the finest minds in education. The website features daily news, an industry forum and exclusive multimedia content. The Educator is published by leading independent media company Key Media. Find out more about Key Media’s magazines, events and websites at