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Alternatives to vanilla degrees and classroom teaching

What strategies can new entrants use to compete with universities and TAFE, asks John Mitchell.>Most new training organisations or higher education providers identify and then pursue boutique student markets. Typically, they target lucrative niche VET markets in a particular field such as hospitality, tourism, community services or English language training. Picking the low-hanging fruit is the expression commonly used by conventional providers to describe such newcomers.

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