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National Centre for Vocational Education Research

Informing policy and practice in Australia’s training system

Collaboration vital to supporting students with disability

Students, disability services staff and teachers are all important in identifying support needs, developing support plans and negotiating how learning can be reasonably adjusted to meet an individual’s needs.

However, these viewpoints differ highlighting the need for greater collaboration to provide relevant and effective learning supports.


AVETMISS support & contact details

NCVER provides support with the AVETMISS Standards for VET providers and apprentices and trainees, validation software and the Competency Completion Online System.

What can be done to help displaced workers find new jobs?

Engaging displaced workers early in support and training services is crucial, and a coordinated approach is critical. This suite of work includes research, good practice guide and infographic.

3.9 million students in training: Total VET activity released

Nearly a quarter of all working-aged (15 to 64 years) Australians undertook some form of vocational education in 2014.

Need more information on total VET activity data?

Take a look at TVA Fact Sheet #12 that explains why there are fewer program enrolments than students in 'total VET activity' 2014.