Enhancing training advantage for remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners
How can VET retention and completion in remote communities be improved, and what other indicators of success are important?
Overview of Remote Education Systems qualitative results
This is a preliminary report designed for use by and feedback to our stakeholders. Qualitative data were collected during the period from mid-2012 through to the end of 2014 to seek responses to the following four research questions: • What is education for in remote...
The role of vocational education and training in welfare to work
This report investigates the role that vocational education and training (VET) can play in the transition from welfare to work. Case studies showed that VET can, and often does, help people move into paid work. However, target groups have varied needs and the study concludes...
Growing the desert: educational pathways for remote Indigenous people
This report examines Indigenous people's participation in vocational education and training (VET) and adult and community education (ACE) learning programs across Australia's desert regions. It provides statistical and descriptive information on desert settlements, infrastructure, service access, participation in VET, supply and demand, pathways to work...