Darrel Vecchio is presenting “The CEO Perspective: “Could someone pass me the CEO Translator Handbook”. Don’t become a CEO of an RTO business for the money and lifestyle.
Velg Training will be hosting the VET CEO conference on Friday 2nd June 2017. The conference program has been designed to address fundamental aspects of day-to-day RTO operations, as well as to explore critical components of future-proofing any business strategy and planning, managing growth and leadership. The opportunity to hear from other leaders and to gain valuable insights into various approaches to key topics,is one no RTO CEO should miss.
Darrel Vecchio is presenting a CEO Perspective
The CEO Perspective: “Could someone pass me the CEO Translator Handbook”. Don’t become a CEO of an RTO business for the money and lifestyle.
The CEO story……… warning contains frightening things.
I would like to take you on a Voyage of Discovery, from when I first started as a business owner and a humble tradesman in high-risk activities, to becoming an educator and CEO of Bizmatrix Pty Ltd. A few takeaway points that could help you…
A few takeaway points that could help you…
The journey will take us through foreign lands where the natives speak in tongue a strange language called acronyms. The first tribe was called VOCED Learning Conference 2010 where the teacher natives went around chanting DET, NCVER, AQF, Cert IV and XO don’t know (I think that was Egyptian).
The Voyage of Discovery journey darkens in 2011 after three audits (all clean), then on the horizon a monolith appears, gobbling up the dodgy RTOs – named Spirit of ASQA; then soon after a plague appeared where the Compliance Chiefs were heard screaming “there’s new standards & regulations – big fines, we are going to die”.
The “Case Study” story to continue the day…….
- The difference between education and training versus the learning experience
- Use your CEO autopilot experience and combat the daily events
- Doing “the Diploma” after you learn the role
- Adopt your learners for life with real life experiences
- A continuous improvement is a daily event (a daily to do )
- Having an “it’s never perfect attitude” – how can we improve it?