MCIE Blog

Nov
29

MCIE’s partnership with China based kindergarten group opens a world of opportunity for students

MCIE’s first sponsored graduate working in China is now on a trail-blazing path of self- discovery and learning as a kinder educator. When officials from MCIE and Brightness Good Kindergarten Group, Zhanjiang, China, met up with China’s Department of Education and Training to discuss ways to help embed Australian National Learning Framework (NLF) in China’s [...]
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Nov
28

Think Uni is your only option? A Vocational Training course can also put you on the path to a rewarding career

If further education after VCE is on your mind but you are not sure whether a direct entry into a university study is the right choice for you then you are not alone. Not everyone takes the straight road from high school into university study. A Vocational Education and Training (VET) Certificate IV (or higher [...]
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Sep
19

2019 Government Survey Results: MCIE Shines

The 2019 Victorian Student and Employer Satisfaction Survey results released by the Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) show strong satisfaction from employers and students for MCIE - the data measures high on both quality and performance. The Department of Education and Training (DET), Victoria, under its Victorian Student and Employer Satisfaction Survey 2019, [...]
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Sep
03

Fellowship recipient from MCIE makes research trip to India and Europe

Gurpreet Bhatia, recipient of the 2018 VET International Practitioner Fellowship, and Head of Department- Hospitality and Business Management, MCIE, recently travelled to India and Europe as part of his Fellowship. Aimed at identifying and introducing industry best practices from different training organisations in other countries, the Fellowship is awarded by the International Specialised Skills Institute [...]
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Aug
12

Three ways professional development sessions are beneficial for students and educators alike

Staying current and relevant to the industry plays a vital role in not just keeping you competent at your job but also helps the organisation that you work for. This holds even more relevance in the training and education industry where continuous learning and knowledge are crucial to the changing trends, directions and demands of [...]
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Jul
25

MCIE students mark NAIDOC Week celebrations with a visit to Melbourne Museum

A testimony to MCIE’s student centricity and its focus on practical education and learning in addition to its industry led curriculum, the initiative also reflects on MCIE’s commitment towards the community and in creating opportunities for its students to acknowledge and to help celebrate the culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. [...]
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Jul
14

Celebrating NAIDOC week in early childhood learning

MCIE celebrates NAIDOC week MCIE is proudly celebrating NAIDOC Week and we are excited to announce a session to be presented by Heather Barnes OAM in which we discuss how to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditions, values, and cultural safety into the work practices of Early Childhood Education and Care services. embed ATSI [...]
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Jun
18

Enhancing early years learning in China, the Australian way

“ The Professional Development (PD) training session in China enabled us to discuss differences and similarities in early year learning in both the cultures” - Dilbear Kirimof, Senior Bilingual Teacher, MCIE   In Conversation with Dilbear Kirimof, Senior Bilingual Teacher, MCIE MCIE recently concluded its first Professional Development (PD) training session in China on Early [...]
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