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Deliver quality, or don’t take the money

A leading private provider talks about his concern about funds flowing to inappropriate providers In recent months Skills Victoria’s experimentation with market-based VET funding has been questioned in this column by tertiary education minister, Chris Evans, the National Party Minister ...

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A lack of chemistry

One of the reasons for falling science enrolments seems to be the growing number of HSC subjects. Darragh O Keeffe talks to the Chief Scientist and other experts on the worrying trend. The long-running discussion about declining enrolments in science ...

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Victoria TAFE ‘being harmed’

In a comprehensive policy briefing to the Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI), David Williams, executive director of the Victorian TAFE Association (VTA), pulled no punches when he told how the state’s vocational education change agenda was perceived ...

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Victoria ‘on track’ with demand driven VET

To suggest Victoria is undercutting the role of TAFE is simplistic and not supported by enrolment data, writes Peter Hall. John Mitchell’s less than subtle criticism of Victoria’s training reforms (Campus Review Nov 29, TAFE is central to skilling Australia) ...

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