TAFE institutes’ collaborations can help shape the employment scene and economic growth in regional areas. By Lisa Line. From the third floor of The Gordon’s City Read More
Regional TAFE institute’s plans for growth and adaptation give energetic new meaning to ‘a little R&R’. By Kerry Penton. My institute has 19 campuses spread Read More
Vocation’s recent listing on the Australian Stock Exchange brings a new level of public scrutiny to revenue models for the sector. By John Mitchell. When speakers at Read More
Reform is necessary to make integrated higher education qualifications more accessible and equitable. By Martin Riordan. TAFE vocational degrees and higher education Read More
VET’s charmers have few snakes dancing to their tune. By John Mitchell. Hanging on the wall in my office is a print I purchased long ago of a Michael Leunig cartoon Read More
Precious little has been reported about how to extend the 50-plus crowd’s working years and the role VET must play in this effort. By Sally Thompson. Late last Read More
The trend towards looking down on mid-level qualifications hurts young people and the economy. By Stuart Middleton. It used to be the practice when starting a career Read More
Australia’s bumbling approach to engagement and collaboration conjures up the inept Frank Drebin, only this isn’t a comedy. By JP Viljoen. Taken together, poor Read More
A disturbing ASQA report on training in aged care highlights VET system flaws – shortened courses, invalid assessment and limited work placements – that the Read More
The hard part for Queensland is confronting adverse challenges as the rate of change accelerates. By Lynne Foley. I speak from deep in the heart of TAFE Queensland Read More
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