Phone: 03 53278238
Location:SMB Campus, S Building, Room 109
Position: Associate Director, Federation College
Julianne has been employed by Federation University Australia (and its predecessor institutions) for 20 years both as a teacher and manager of a wide range of vocational education and training (VET) programs. Currently she is the Associate Director of Federation College, which includes overseeing the delivery of all Foundation, Youth and Corrections based programs across multiple University campuses, correctional facilities and workplaces.
Julianne's specialised area of knowledge is in the adult literacy and numeracy (LLN) field and she is currently undertaking PhD research titled Unpacking the professional identities of adult literacy and numeracy teachers in VET.
Over the past 15 year period, Julianne has presented at various regional, state-wide and national conferences that have included Victorian Adult Literacy and Basic Education Council VALBEC (2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2015), Australian Council for Adult Literacy ACAL (2004, 2013), VISTA (2004), No Frills Conference NCVER (2012) and Ballarat31 B31 (2008).
- Currently undertaking Doctor of Philosophy (Federation University Australia)
- Master of Education (University of Ballarat)
- Bachelor of Education (University of Ballarat)
- Graduate Diploma of Education - Vocational Education and Training (University of Ballarat)
- Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership and Development (Victoria University)
- Diploma of Education (Australian Catholic University)
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (University of Ballarat)
Julianne has shared her professional knowledge through the publishing of the below journal articles.
Krusche, J. (2009). Scaffolding literacy into Community Services, Fine print, 32(1), 10-14.
Krusche, J. & Yeomans, L. (2005). Unpacking literacy and numeracy in training packages, Australian language and literacy matters, 2(1), 11-14.
Krusche, J. & Yeomans, L. (2004). Unpacking literacy and numeracy in training packages. Adelaide: NCVER.
Krusche, J. & Morton, A. (2003). CGEA the Ballarat way, Fine print, 26(3), 25-31.