Renewing Australia’s VET system — Options for reform
Australia’s Vocational, Education and Training (VET) sector is underperforming, excessively complicated and suffers from ad hoc policy approaches. Governments should consider reforms to make the VET system a more efficient, competitive market, driven by the informed choices of students and employers, with the flexibility to deliver a broad suite of training options. This goal should be pursued through a new principles-based agreement. This study proposes a set of principles for such an agreement.
SOURCE: Australian Productivity Commission. “National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development Review (Interim Report).” Productivity Commission News: 5 June 2020
Have your say! You are invited to examine the interim report and to make written submissions by Monday 17 July 2020.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present
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