Month: March 2019

Young People: Is VET failing them?

Sponsored by the Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy at the University of Melbourne, Shelley Mallett and Diane Brown from the Brotherhood of St Lawrence present their ideas for radical changes in governance, institutional arrangements, funding and in the core educational philosophy underpinning the sector. Their argument is that VET is largely failing to equip …

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A renewed focus on Teacher Education

There are encouraging signs of a renewed focus on teacher education across the country. These build on earlier pushes for more attention to be given to teacher education, qualifications and professional development. Call for a VDC in New South Wales In recognition of the currently unique approach to support practitioner professional development that Victoria has …

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VOCED Plus pods redesigned

NCVER has just relaunched its refreshed and new-look Pod network through VOCEDPlus. So, what’s available? The series of Pods and Podlets cover a range of topics of interest to the VET educators and policy makers alike. The network aims to provide users with “more avenues to access relevant publications, with a focus on addressing new …

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