There are growing numbers of people across all ages completing their trade apprenticeship in a shorter time frame. This is influenced by a range of factors, two of which are a focus of this suite of research; competency progression and completion and recognition of prior learning.
NCVER provides support with the AVETMISS Standards for VET providers and apprentices and trainees, validation software and the Competency Completion Online System.
Register now for When one door closes: VET’s role in re-skilling displaced workers. This forum will discuss the role VET plays now and into the future in assisting occupational transferability and how policy in this area can help workers transition.
Join us for a free webinar to discuss research on six trail blazer VET providers who have made the successful transition to delivering associate degrees and bachelor degrees, as well as VET qualifications.
NCVER is offering a number of scholarships to foundation skills practitioners to undertake literature reviews. Applications close 23 October 2015.