These nationally agreed hours data have been agreed to by all States and Territories for use in national reporting of VET data only. NCVER sources the nominal hours externally or via state and territory submissions to the National VET Provider Collection.
This research examines the strengths and weaknesses of competency-based training as it is currently applied to the Australian VET system and whether there is cause to consider a broader approach to defining and describing competence and hence considering how best teaching and learning in VET is delivered and assessed.
The past 20 years have seen explosive growth in universities. At the same time, vocational education and training (VET) faced a tsunami of financial challenges and poorly implemented policies. As a result, VET is now stigmatised as a second-class education option, and employers demand university credentials for jobs that formerly did not require them.
Master Classes offer half-day, in depth exploration of topics that have been chosen to enhance operational and strategic performance of Registered Training Organisations and VET practitioners.
Just released, this infographic examines the uptake and utility of training package qualifications in the Australian vocational education and training (VET) system.
Don't let the chance to attend the biggest VET event of the year slip by too! 2019 NVC Registrations Close 31 August
A reminder from ASQA to check training.gov.au as the National Register on VET in Australia for registered providers and training products.
The Strategy addresses provider risk, increased engagement with the sector and focuses on online learning and VET being delivered in secondary schools.
Australians with HELP, VET Student Loans and Trade Support Loans living overseas are now required to report their income to the Australian Tax Office (ATO).
The NCVER has released a summary of data relating to students, programs, subjects and training providers in Australia's government-funded VET system.
The latest NCVER data shows that there are fewer VET students overall but that government-funded students have increased in a shift towards short courses.
The Human Services Organisation have released a guide to VET for Human Services employers in a bid to aid the building of a skilled workforce.