This publication presents information on how different equity groups fare in their VET journey. The featured equity groups have historically been disadvantaged in accessing and benefitting from education in Australia. We focus on their participation, achievement in and outcomes from VET.
Vocational Voices S6, Episode 1 - Steve Davis talks to NCVER Managing Director, Simon Walker, Educationalist and Researcher, Linda Simon and VET Development Centre CEO, Martin Powell about what helps build capability and quality in VET teaching.
In 2021, we want to inspire our VET Leaders to take charge so come and join us for this Virtual Event.
Join us for Emma Marks's ASQA Update session: What CEO's Need To Know at this year's VET CEO Conference - March 2021.
A fundamental overhaul of Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) system has been agreed to by the Morrison Government and states and territories.
Saxon Rice, ASQA's Chief Executive Officer writes for Velg Training's eZine magazine with a focus on the VET Sector's place in meeting the nation's rapidly changing workforce needs.
A consultation period is currently underway whereby the VET Student Loans team are seeking your input to help further improve the current loans program.
Last year the VET sector experienced one of the most challenging periods in more than a decade, with nearly half (47%) of Australian VET providers suffering a revenue decline. Download our latest edition of the Voice of VET Report which has revealed that new student acquisition, digital transformation, more growth in online and blended learning, and course variety are key planks in the sector's 2021 rebound strategy.
We are proud to bring to you a range of motivational stories on the back of what has been a difficult year for the VET sector. This eZine presents writings from the heart of Velg Training, our beloved CEO, Michelle Weaver, along with key accounts from writers that play an integral role within our VET community that educate, inspire and empower us all.
With VET in Schools being a current topic of regulatory focus, TAFE Directors Australia, are running a TAFETalks webinar which takes a look into the future of VET in Schools and the current barriers faced by those delivering vocational education and learning to senior secondary school students.
Recorded from the 15–19/11/2021 the National VET PD Week is made up of five webinars which looked closely at the all-important self-assurance process, Validation. It was specifically designed for all VET Practitioners to upskill, extend knowledge and provide practical guidance relating directly to their role in Validation practices.
This resource helps understand the scale of change and the individual policies, programs or initiatives that have shaped VET at both the national and state and territory level. The resource includes economic events that may have influenced enrolments and completions of VET courses, apprenticeships and traineeships.