Why do around half of Australian employers look outside the nationally accredited VET system to provide their employees with training? To find out, Steve Davis talks to NCVER Managing Director Simon Walker and NCVER researcher Ian White, who discuss the reasons why employers choose unaccredited over accredited training, and whether it meets their skills needs.
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The student journey: skilling for life
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Industry currency and professional obsolescence: what can industry tell us?
The impact of schools on young people's transition to university
Educating oneself out of social exclusion
Shaken not stirred? The development of one tertiary education sector in Australia
Attrition in the trades
Outcomes from combining work and tertiary study
Developing the child care workforce: understanding 'fight' or 'flight' amongst workers
The role of vocational education and training in the labour market outcomes of people with disabilities
Apprenticeships and traineeships in the downturn
Cultural dimensions of Indigenous participation in education and training
Is VET vocational?
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