Developing, approving and maintaining qualifications: selected… 23 January 2015
How do different countries develop, endorse and review vocational education and training… Show more
Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth annual report 2013 17 December 2014
An overview of young people using LSAY data and research is presented in this first edition of the… Show more
Scored VET subjects disadvantage VCE students who want to go to uni.
Entry to vocations: building the foundations for successful… 8 December 2014
What can be done to strengthen the outcomes of VET in Schools for students?
The gap is widening between knowledge generated through Australia's training system, and the skills … Show more
A differentiated model for tertiary education: past ideas,… 25 August 2014
Imagine a new landscape for education. Reflecting on the past, through the Martin report of the… Show more
At age 15, background characteristics, like strong academic performance and a high sense of… Show more
Around a quarter of young people in the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) report… Show more
Assessing annual training participation targets requires accurate information but when the tool for … Show more
Most disadvantaged learners enrol in lower-level VET qualifications as a starting point to… Show more
Manufacturing and retail industries tend to dominate in more economically vulnerable regions while… Show more
The factors affecting the educational and occupational aspirations of … 2 April 2014 (Revised 26 June 2014)
Parental influence plays a significant role in their children's educational aspirations.
Personal reasons and family commitments predominantly drive labour mobility decisions.
It's not just about the money when moving location for work.
People undertake vocational education and training (VET) study for mainly employment-related… Show more
Apprentices aren't what they used to be, or are they?
Enrolments have increased since the implementation of the Victorian Training Guarantee between July … Show more
Differences persist between genders in the uptake of physical and life science careers.
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