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The split between higher education and vocational education and training (VET) in Australia is not clean. This paper discusses a number of aspects of this tertiary education sector:
the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), which describes the qualifications offered by the three education sectors:...
Recent research in the vocational education and training (VET) sector shows that students are gaining a range of benefits from their studies, beyond expected course outcomes.
Students are developing new networks, and gaining confidence and self esteem through the respect received from their teachers...
This paper considers three aspects of vocational education and training's (VET) contribution to the labour market
: the relationship between their training and the occupations VET graduates work in; the extent to which the qualified proportion of the workforce has increased; and the link...
The utilitarian spirit of Australian education has meant that since the nineteenth century the notion of tertiary education has embraced all post-school learning, delivered in sandstone universities or working men’s institutes or on the job.
This is not the definition the peak bodies TAFE...
The range of data collected by NCVER for the national vocational education and training (VET) system and how it is disseminated is discussed in this conference paper. The author talks about how analytical techniques are used to maximise what can be extracted from those collections;...