- Learning about the personal innovation imperative, and aligning purpose
- Identifying opportunities for change and value creation
- Being customer-centric and getting to know the customer
Learn the skills, develop the toolkit, and build your capabilities, to deliver high quality enterprise programs that prepare your students for the future of work.
Educators play a critical role in developing and supporting young people's transition to an increasingly complex and uncertain workplace – one that demands new skills, tools and mindset to help flourish.
The Adaptor Project (TAP) provides the toolkit to design and deliver exceptional enterprise learning experiences, that better prepare students for the modern economy.
Unlike traditional professional learning (PL), TAP is designed to both introduce skills and knowledge, but also introduce teachers to alternative and new career pathways so that they can best support students in life and work.
You will learn how to support your students to build effective teams and working relationships through self-discovery and empathy for others. This is the foundation of any entrepreneurial process.
You will learn how to facilitate inclusive brainstorming sessions which foster original ideas through constraints, inviting all voices in the room to contribute.
Learn best-practice approaches to supporting the development of proof of concepts and prototypes. This may include storyboarding, mockups, wireframes and play-based physical product creation. This is all about communicating and sharing ideas and concepts effectively.
This program is suitable for K-12, VET, VCAL or general high school educators across all disciplines who are enthusiastic about incorporating enterprise skills, tools and mindsets into their classrooms, institutions and programs.
TAP March 2021 intake will run from one whole day just like your regular 9 AM – 5 PM.
The session will consist of the following phases:
The Common Purpose Collective was founded in 2016 with the intention of making it easy for business to make a positive difference to the lives of their stakeholders.
Darren, himself, enjoys working on both big, complex business problems at enterprise level. He has worked with the likes of NAB, Westpac and Australia Post. Equally, Darren also find the greatest satisfaction to help new ventures founders bridge the gap between good ideas and outstanding execution on solutions that are desirable, viable and feasible.
Dylan is a seasoned educator with a decade of global experience in education. His focus is on the intersection of higher education and best practice online and experiential learning design.
Determined to be Jack-of-all-trades, master of some, Dylan’s eclectic experiences intertwine theatre, music and sports with business founder, high school maths teacher, applied behaviour analyst and online learner accessibility consultant to craft unique and impactful learning experiences.
Applications for March 2021 intake are now open.
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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer