The VET sector has gone through many challenges and changes in the past 12 months. We have no doubt 2022 will be a fresh start for many training providers and a year of accelerated growth for others.
Skills and training ministers have agreed the way industry engages with the VET system will be reviewed to ensure it’s delivering for both learners and employers.
CQUniversity, which ranks second for Australian universities for graduate full-time employability rates, is the first in Australia to offer a ‘Graduate Guarantee’ in order to support graduates to gain employment.
The NSW Government has announced they are investing $1 million to fund training for industry experts to pursue a career change as a TAFE NSW teacher.
NCVER’s recent study into how COVID-19 has impacted industry in terms of innovation, skills and the need for training has uncovered some important insights about the way industry has used VET and other forms of training in response to the pandemic, and insights for the future.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment is seeking feedback on the Draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement.
VET has a very important role to play in providing high quality and relevant training for the emerging jobs of the future, which is why the Parties have agreed the VET system needs reform.
Australia has high expectations for VET’s ability to deliver skilled workers for industry. NCVER’s ‘No Frills’ paper, ‘Past Informing the Future’, discusses the competing purposes VET is expected to fulfil.
The data collected from the 7007 interviews with Australian employers conducted by NCVER provides valuable insight into the relationship between VET and industry.
Industry currency is important so that learners can gain industry-relevant, valuable skills to become job and future ready – improving the RTO’s relationship with industry and the reputation of VET.
Since the 2019 Expert Review of Australia’s VET system, the need for change in VET has been pushed into the spotlight.
With COVID-19 disrupting the global economy, youth have been particularly affected. Here's how vocational education and training will affect youth employability post-pandemic.
With the future and current workforce requiring exceptional adaptability skills, VET will need to offer more training opportunities covering these skills, including increased collaboration with industry.
Satisfaction with VET overall relies strongly on satisfaction with teaching quality, which is continuously being improved by the sector. Here’s a breakdown of NCVER's key findings.
There are many benefits to Work Based Learning, but also many challenges. To achieve a successful WBL program, training organisations need the right tools and technology to support their learners and maintain positive relationships with employers.
2020 – the year of the global COVID-19 pandemic and the chaos that sparked from it. For the VET industry, it was the year of rapid transition to online training and learning. This new year is looking bright for the VET industry.
Become a 2021 VET funding expert with a clear breakdown of any skills packages and other Government investments on the horizon.
The accelerating change in learner and worker requirements has translated to a future of training that is looking more vibrant than ever.
Training package updates – it’s a love-hate relationship, but it’s a vital one you need to stay on top of.
This year, NCVER’s ‘No Frills’ event was held online. The event highlighted how much Australia’s economy relies on the successful transition of workers from training to job.
Scomo wants to apply stricter rules on VET education federal funding.
Aspen Medical has had a hands-on involvement in saving the global community.
Skill sets are on the rise, and will only continue to grow.
Why are international VET students not supported like their university counterparts?
We've summarised NCVER's 2019 research recap, so you can easily access the main takeaways.
The coronavirus has put us in the midst of difficult times, but there's plenty your RTO can do to survive.
11 VET influencers who will keep you informed on the VET industry.
Further clarification on the VET regulation changes, outlined in the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Amendment Bill 2019.
A summary of the key changes that could affect your RTO, from the "National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Amendment Bill 2019"
Reveal your destiny with our genuine AVETMISS horoscope.
A little girl born in a tent in a refugee camp in Tanzania has just won an Australian training award. Here’s her extraordinary story.
"In the current environment, we need to be looking at skill sets that can be delivered to meet specific job needs rather than full qualifications"
And the winner is... We compare the two routes of training and the answer may surprise you.
And which type is best for your RTO?
The high price of educational content diversity.
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As the VET sector increases in size and more people require training, many RTOs begin to dominate over the rest.
Australia’s VET sector has come a long way since its colonial adoption of the British apprenticeship system.
Kit McMahon has occupied the role of Chief Operating Officer for the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET), the national peak body for independent post-compulsory education providers in Australia. Reay Mackay sat down with Kit to discuss the private education landscape in the aftermath of these developments, and find out what RTOs and other education providers should be focusing on to maximise their success in 2017 and beyond.
By 2020, millennials will form fifty per cent of the global workforce.