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RMIT's Community insights:

2. Lifelong learning revolution

Direction 2 recap:
The new education solutions, pathways and distinct skills that RMIT co-designs at scale with government, industry, alumni and the community to enable lifelong learners to thrive.

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How we got here

During the latest Directions consultation phase from July to September, you shared your valuable input on six Directions through online and leader-led discussions, workshops, forums and written submissions. 

We heard from our community in RMIT  Melbourne, Europe, Vietnam and all across the globe, including students, staff, academics, researchers, alumni and industry partners on the ambitions, priorities and values that RMIT should pursue as we journey towards 2022 and beyond.


Community Insights: Direction 2

The RMIT NEXT conversation has been led and shaped together through our global network and has explored opportunities that emerge from this incredibly challenging period for the future.

Here are the key insights from your community input:

COMMUNITY INSIGHT: Student perspectives on embedding Indigenous knowledge

Lead education sector reform to elevate lifelong learning

Work purposefully with partners in government and industry to co-create education solutions that meet the evolving needs of lifelong learners in a post-pandemic environment.

Innovate curriculum at pace with industry

Embed co-designed experiences with industry into the curriculum, focused on solving real-world problems, meeting future industry needs and creating credentials of value to RMIT students and alumni.

RMIT students and graduates are agents of change

An RMIT education is a unique experience resulting in graduates/students who are confident, job-ready, digitally adept and can demonstrate and apply expertise and resilience in fast-moving environments.

Accessible, excellent education for all

RMIT will offer education and skills that enable people of all backgrounds to learn and flourish in work and life and helps to grow the high-quality workforce that industry needs across every sector.

Flexible, curated and inclusive education

Delivering lifelong learning pathways that are multi-directional, suitable for diverse learner and workforce needs across our multi-sector programs.

Embedded First Nations knowledge

Integrating opportunities for RMIT learners to learn meaningful understanding, awareness, and respect for local Indigenous culture and learning on Country.

Key points from your input

Community insights: A Lifelong Learning Revolution

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COMMUNITY INPUT FOR THIS DIRECTION

Lifelong Learning

September 13, 2021

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AM
I also think our students feel we are strong with our emphasis on inclusion and respect, but they would like us to continue to do more to celebrate diversity an...

Anna M.

13 Sep, 2021
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What do these Directions mean to you?

July 19, 2021

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GR
I'm wondering if it might be worth some emphasis on the T in RMIT?

Gerard R.

29 Sep, 2021
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How could these Directions apply to you and your work?

July 16, 2021

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CM
We need to find ways to better work across organisational structures. There should not be a combative or defensive feel when colleagues from a college reach out...

Community Member

5 Oct, 2021
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How do you think our location and places can help us to better serve our students, partners and community?

October 5, 2020

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CM
Our spaces and precincts we operate in are great hubs to bring together partners, students and community to collaborate. No other institution has it in their DN...

Community Member

14 Oct, 2020
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What could the future of learning and teaching be?

June 17, 2020

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JM
It should be one based on identifying peoples strengths, bolstering creativity in which staff can apply them in everyday work, and supporting them in the process.

James M.

3 Feb, 2021
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As we continue to adapt during COVID-19, what insights and innovations should we take into our future?

May 1, 2020

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CM
This year has been challenging but I think what's come out of it for RMIT is more of a shared understanding of our collective priorities and what we should...

Community Member

12 Oct, 2020
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How can RMIT help all learners to thrive in any circumstance?

May 1, 2020

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JM
Have both patience and creativity in order to discover what they are good at, and using that as a basis for cultivation and growth

James M.

3 Feb, 2021
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