Kaye Bowman

First Name: Kaye
Last Name: Bowman
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Discussion paper
18 January 2016

This occasional paper provides the views of 17 ‘thought leaders’ in the Australian vocational education and training (VET) sector.

Report
20 November 2012

This case study of agrifood students, investigates the use of skill sets by students enrolled in Rural Production Studies skill sets developed by TAFE NSW and those...

Literature review
10 May 2012

The utilisation of Australian vocational education and training (VET), specifically, the origin of skill sets and the key features of the two available types of skill sets are the topics covered...

Report
14 May 2009

This report looks at the use of e-learning champions as a change management strategy and outlines common activities and guidelines adopted by e-learning champions to successfully facilitate the...

Report
11 May 2009

This report considers how technology (e-learning) can assist effective teaching, learning, reporting and assessment processes for employability skills.

The Australian vocational education...

Report
12 June 2008

Through five regional case studies this research examines how well VET is tailoring supply to skill needs, how VET has become more flexible to obtain a better match between demand and supply, and...

Report
12 May 2008

This report explores current and emerging models of employment-based training to propose more effective models at higher VET qualifications that can maintain a balance between institution and work...

Report
17 April 2008

This report documents a study of the role and use of e-learning in training for mature age workers, and to identify good practice in Australia.

Report
17 April 2008

This report documents a study of the role and use of e-learning in training for mature age workers, and to identify good practice in Australia.

Report
28 February 2008

This study provides a portrait of the current situation in Australia in the
role and use of e-learning in training for mature age workers, and to identify good practice.