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Vocational education and training (VET) policy is increasingly focused on the importance of quality in each institution's capacity to deliver effective programs. Graham Maxwell, Peter Noonan, Mark Bahr and Ian Hardy address institutional-level monitoring and evaluation of performance and provide a comprehensive model which institutes...
Katrina Ball examines the role that the vocational education and training sector can play in assisting the nation achieve intergenerational equity.
A key challenge of Australia's vocational education and training (VET) system is to serve the broad needs of individuals, communities, and industries. This includes the provision of literacy and generic skills which meet the needs of all groups. Peter Waterhouse and Crina Virgona investigate and...
Remote Indigenous communities are under increasing pressure to share responsibility for community well-being and capacity building. Their challenge is to achieve social and economic sustainability without losing core values of Indigenous law, culture and language. Education, training and employment are essential elements to this future...