Stick with me this week because you might think I’m completely off-topic. One of the advantages of monthly subscription to music services on smartphones is
Welcome to the 2020 tertiary education year. I suspect many of us are returning with a different sense of priority after the calamities of our
It was pleasing to see Skills ministers agree Friday week ago to review VET Student Loans.
With Craig currently tending to his garden and in my final week at TDA I was asked to take over his column and reflect on
Have you ever measured the progress in your life by tracking your TVs?
The longstanding debate in my household has been the resources my wife and I brought to our marriage and how we each contribute to family
The Education and Employment Senate Committee was told last week that TAFE represents 19 per cent of VET in Australia, echoing a comment made previously
Interesting week in the politics of TAFE, at least for Canberra watchers like me.
Education in Australia is awash with reviews. Political discourse would say it is governments at action stations. If there’s little coordination at the front line
This week marks a year since the successful Congress of the World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics on the banks of the Yarra at the
Red sky at night, sailors’ delight. Red sky at morning, sailors take warning Red sky mornings in North Eastern Australia portend the dangers of the
For those at last week’s TDA Convention, I figure you’ve had enough words. Here’s just a few.