The VDC Sustainability Fellowship (travel)
for VET Practitioners
The VET Development Centre (VDC) in partnership with the International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute) are offering one (1) International Fellowship in 2023 valued at $15,000.
Applications open: 1st January 2023 - 31st of March 2023
The VDC works in partnership with the International Specialised Skills Institute by funding The VDC International Sustainability Fellowships. The Fellowship program focuses on developing opportunities within the VET sector to suport sustainable practices and innovation.
About this Fellowship
The VDC Sustainability Fellowship for VET Practitioners looks to support and enhance sustainable practices in the Vocational Education and Training sector. This involves researching what innovations are occurring overseas and what products, services or processes are being adopted to generate long term social and environmental benefits. This Fellowship involves travelling abroad to research new skills and best practice in areas such as clean and alternative energy, up-cycling, recycling, innovative technologies and sustainable processes and procedures etc, then disseminate the findings to the Australian VET sector upon return.
The VET Development Centre
The VDC was established in 2005 by the Victorian Government to promote the development and raise the professional standing of people working in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Sector. The VDC specialises in providing continuing professional learning webinars, workshops, and seminars for teachers, trainers and educators in the Australian VET sector. The VDC is providing this fellowship opportunity to all Australian VET practitioners as part of its national program. In addition, VDC delivers and facilitates Victorian Government funded continuing professional learning and evaluation activities to the Victorian VET workforce.
To learn more visit: vdc.edu.au
International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute)
The International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute) exists to develop an innovative, skilled, and smart Australia by cultivating the mastery and knowledge of talented Australians through international applied research (i.e., industry-based) Fellowships.
Founded by the late Sir James Gobbo AC, CVO, KC (former Governor of Victoria) in 1991, the independent and not-for-profit ISS Institute has to date provided opportunities for over 570 Australians to gain enhanced skills and experience across numerous sectors including food and agri-business, building and construction, textiles, art and design, conservation and restoration, and technology.
Fellowship Application Form
When completing this Fellowship Application Form please ensure you refer to the corresponding Fellowship. Application Guidelines for further information and tips.