Steve Davis interviews a collection of presenters from two panel discussions at the 29th National VET Research Conference 'No Frills', held on 7-10 July 2020.
Topics covered in the lively discussion include new directions in skills planning, digital technology and the role it plays in aged and community care, insights from the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY), and the role of parental influence in taking on apprenticeships.
Speakers are Professor John Buchanan, The University of Sydney; Ms Anne Livingstone and Dr George Margelis, Australian Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council; Mr David Redway, Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment; and Professor Erica Smith, Federation University.
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?
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
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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