With around two-thirds of total employment being in occupations where VET qualifications are the primary pathway, ensuring both strong and accessible vocational education and training and higher education sectors are crucial to tackling skills shortages in Australia.
This year’s much loved NATIONAL VET CONFERENCE event is being attended by BOTH face-to-face delegates AND virtual attendees so, if you can't attend the actual event, don't miss this LAST CHANCE to get yourself a VIRTUAL TICKET!!
Recorded on 17/07/2023 this webinar explored the current status of VET Reform, the changes in training package development and assurance functions, and looked at what help you need to be be aware of, and ready for implementation.
This research makes novel use of large nationally consistent regulatory and enrolment data sets to provide evidence of successful public policy implementation that is approaching the end of the market life cycle. It is argued that policy success is not permanent and should be revisited in light of contemporary economic alternatives to guide future VET policy making.
The National Centre for Vocational Education Research has provided 40 years of service in support of the VET sector. Access this celebratory publication which outlines the history of the NCVER's evolvement and looks to the future of its support for our sector.
Analysis of the Longitudinal Survey of Australian Youth (LSAY) confirms that VET is an important pathway to educational re-engagement for young people who have left school before completing Year 12. It also highlights the importance of providing career information, not only to young people but also their parents/carers, before and after leaving school.
DET QLD publication guiding VET practitioners on reasonable adjustment
This report explores occupations that can be entered into via either a vocational education and training (VET) pathway or a higher education pathway. It examines whether these individuals do the same job tasks and roles, if there are differences in how well the qualifications prepare them for the role and whether they have the same occupation and employment outcomes, such as salary and career pathways.
This research investigated how the training sector could better meet the needs of regional, rural and remote Australia. It explored how various stakeholders in the VET system understand local skills needs, and the barriers faced by RTOs when delivering training in such locations.
This paper summarises exploratory analysis undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of using machine learning approaches to calculate projected completion rates for vocational education and training (VET) programs, and compares this with the current approach used at the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) — Markov chains methodology.
Velg Training's National VET Conference is going to town this year! Bringing you not 1, not 2, not 3 or even 4, but FIVE fabulous features! So, join us this year for what is turning out to be an event with a difference!
Research findings for the focus group project as part of the strategic review of online learning in the vocational education and training (VET) sector (“The Services”). The purpose of the project is to understand the student experience as a result of the transition to online learning within the sector.