The first of two reports which examine how the VET sector initially responded to COVID-19 through the increased use of online training delivery has been released and begins to explore the possible implications this might have on future training delivery modes.
Vocational Voices S4, Episode 1 - Steve Davis talks to NCVER Managing Director Simon Walker and NCVER Senior Researcher Dr Tabatha Griffin about how online VET courses are being delivered, the outcomes for those who complete them, and why students may withdraw or not complete.
This paper focuses on reasons for choosing and participating in VET programs delivered in schools; models of delivery; quality of delivery; and outcomes, both short and medium-term, from these programs. Current knowledge gaps are identified with areas for further research suggested.
As we wrap up an event that delivered on its promise to be 2022's VET event of the year, we would love to send out a HUGE THANK YOU to all our exhibitors, presenters and delegates without whom this event could not have been such a wonderful success!
Recorded on 26/04/2022 this webinar provided participants with an interactive and engaging session that showcased a range of resources and programs available through the Disability Awareness e-learning and ADCET websites that can build and support VET Practitioner capabilities in responding to the needs of students with disability.
This report has been developed by the National VET Equity Advisory Council (NVEAC) to provide baseline information on the participation, achievement and transitions from the Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) system for six groups in the Australian population: Indigenous Australians; people with a disability; people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background; people living in remote areas; people from low socioeconomic status backgrounds; and women.
This study investigates the models used to deliver VET to secondary students across and within jurisdictions and public and private school sectors, and reports on findings from surveys of students and parents about their motivations and aspirations.
The annual National VET Conference took place on the Gold Coast in Queensland last week and Velg Training could not be more proud of all those who showed up on the day either face to face or virtually to engage in professional learning. Read all about it here!
This research synthesis analyses the reasons behind students choosing to study VET programs in schools. It looks at models of delivery, quality of delivery, the short and long term outcomes achieved and how these provide school students with a head start to their career pathways.
The VET Student Loans (Courses and Loan Caps) Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2022 (Amendment Determination) came into effect on 1 January 2023 . This fact sheet provides a summary of the changes to the course list and loan caps. Please refer to the Determination (and the Amendment Determination) for the full list of VSL approved courses.
This report is the second part of a project investigating the quality of delivery in VET and how it might be better defined and measured. Based on consultation with high performing RTOs, the research finds that definitions of quality depend on an RTO’s purpose, mission, student characteristics and operating context.
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