New research has revealed how young people’s post-school pathways are diverse, individualised and complex. Steve Davis, Simon Walker Managing Director NCVER, and William Stubley CEO & Co-founder Year13, discuss if the reliance on ATAR, the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank, as our lens for evaluating educational achievements is too narrowly focused, and if so, what are some of the options for broadening our approach to understanding post-school pathways?
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Workforce ready: challenges and opportunities for VET
VET’s response to Industry 4.0 and the digital economy: what works
The future role of public providers
Skills sets: their role now and into the future
Online VET: a good course of action?
Qualification design for the future of VET
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Unaccredited training and why employers use it
The student journey: skilling for life
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Industry 4.0 - what does it mean for jobs and skills?
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