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Recent Voc Education Research

Posted on 20 January 2018
Recent Voc Education Research
Are we all speaking the same language? Understanding 'quality' in the VET sector

New research shows the definition of a 'quality' VET sector can vary widely by stakeholder group and expected training outcomes, making both explaining and measuring quality in Australia's VET system more complicated than it seems.

Apprentices and trainees 2017: June quarter - Australia

There were 268 600 apprentices and trainees in-training as at 30 June 2017, a decrease of 4.7% from 30 June 2016.

Australian apprenticeships: trends, challenges and future opportunities for dealing with Industry 4.0

With their deep connections to industry, employers and the world of work, Australian apprenticeships have the potential to address skills challenges posed by Industry 4.0.

Engaging young early school leavers in vocational training

As participation rates of young people in VET decline, opportunities exist to engage and retain early school leavers in VET.

NCVER 201617 annual report

NCVER's annual report documents important company information, activities and achievements across financial years.

Identifying work skills: international approaches

With labour market challenges on the increase due to the digital revolution and automation, this report investigates what other nations are doing to address this issue.

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