Thirty years ago, the Australian VET system was on tenterhooks as two major reports were released into the management and costs of training for enterprises against a backdrop of award restructuring that was being championed at the time by the government. How do the projections and goals in these reports compare to the reality facing TAFE today?
How has TAFE embraced fee-for-service, and are there myths and assumptions surrounding the size of the fee-for-service market and its efficacy or otherwise?
Steve Davis talks to NCVER Managing Director Simon Walker, Robin Shreeve, Adjunct Professor at Federation University and President AVETRA, and Craig Robertson, CEO TAFE Directors Australia about the next evolutionary stage in fee-for-service in the VET sector.
Past informing the future
The role of micro-credentials in VET
VET's role in youth unemployment recovery
Quality of VET teaching: perceptions and realities
Best of 2020: highlights from Seasons 4 & 5
Rationalising VET qualifications: support for a clustered model
Investing in our workforce: cadetships vs apprenticeships
Traditional trade apprenticeships: still a trusted brand?
Workforce ready: challenges and opportunities for VET
VET’s response to Industry 4.0 and the digital economy: what works
Skills sets: their role now and into the future
Online VET: a good course of action?
Qualification design for the future of VET
Youth pathways: from school to work and everything between
Training packages: meeting student needs?
Unaccredited training and why employers use it
The student journey: skilling for life
Apprenticeship rates - should you believe the hype?
Industry 4.0 - what does it mean for jobs and skills?
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