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.
Married women who are active in the workforce play a significant role in influencing their husbands … Show more
Educational aspirations have a large impact on educational outcomes.
Developing students' information literacy skills can help make the transition from VET to… Show more
Interviews with workers and managers show differences in their reasons for engaging in continuing… Show more
Socioeconomic status is still a major influence on school performance.
Increasing education levels are contributing to improved productivity.
Are neighbourhood characteristics important in predicting the… 20 January 2014
While much research has been conducted on the influence of individual and family characteristics on … Show more
How vocational education and training (VET) practitioners understand and use competency standards… Show more
Vocational education's variable links to vocations 19 December 2013
Using NCVER and Australian Bureau of Statistics data as well as findings from four case studies,… Show more
Issues for VET providers delivering associate and bachelor degrees:… 26 November 2013
This literature review compares vocational education and training (VET) and higher education… Show more
This report identifies two preconditions for vocational streams as well as describes scenarios of… Show more
- Vocational education and training 334
- Research 298
- Teaching and learning 228
- Employment 214
- Outcomes 172
- Skills and knowledge 169
- Providers of education and training 167
- Industry 126
- Students 119
- Workforce development 105
- Qualifications 105
- Policy 104
- Participation 104
- Labour market 91
- Apprenticeship 69
- Statistics 69
- Tom Karmel 42
- Josie Misko 41
- Berwyn Clayton 27
- John Stanwick 20
- Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) 20
- Roger Harris 18
- Stephen Billett 17
- Michele Simons 17
- Chris Ryan 17
- John Saunders 15
- Kaye Bowman 14
- Victor Callan 14
- Andrew Smith 13
- Erica Smith 13
- Alfred Michael Dockery 12
- Andrea Bateman 11