The new Industry Clusters will focus on both vocational education and training (VET), and higher education (HE) as they develop skills solutions for their workforces. We have been discussing combined VET and HE solutions for decades. What will be different under these new industry cluster arrangements which come into effect in 2023?
Please join TDA CEO, Jenny Dodd for a panel discussion with three leaders of industry about how they think VET and HE integration might be different from 2023 onwards.
Professor Beverley Oliver’s slides are available to view here. TAFE NSW’s slides are available to view here. D2L’s slides are available to view here. We would be grateful if you could spare 3 minutes of your time to share your
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