For those at last week’s TDA Convention, I figure you’ve had enough words. Here’s just a few.
Kazan, Russia is the top of the world this week when it comes to skills, and we have our Skillaroos drawn from the VET sector
Its’ fair to say that the policy landscape at present is littered with government reviews and policy positions from the full sweep of stakeholders concerned
Heated agreement makes a change for the VET sector and TAFEs. The Prime Minister and first ministers should be congratulated for their joint agreement on Friday
ASQA released a very important report this past week, but it seems other matters were occupying the mind of Ministers.
I suspect we are immune to sales techniques and attuned to value. Special deals dominate our retail experience. Boxing Day sales have lost their edge and
Whether it’s planning or luck, the international speakers for this year’s TDA Convention in September in Brisbane present a distinct Commonwealth flavour – England, Canada
There’s been encouraging news for vocational education this past fortnight or so. On separate occasions the Prime Minister and Minister for Skills, Senator Michaelia Cash
Just because an Aboriginal family is in straitened times, do not assume they do not harbour aspirations. This was the best advice I received from
Digital disruption of the workplace will require a significant re-look at how workers are educated and trained for work, a new report has found.
This past week saw further news about the continuing slide in apprenticeship and traineeship numbers. It was accompanied by the obligatory wringing of hands followed
Paul Keating once famously said John Hewson was “simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up”! Today, TAFEs are the spine waiting for the
This week I return to the topic of VET qualifications following a hiatus due to the election and reporting back on our study tour to
Reflecting on the death of Bob Hawke, the 23rd prime minister of Australia, on the eve of the federal election and contemplating a Morrison government,
Several weeks ago I said my aspiration for VET, well TAFEs at least, was for high value, high trust. These words rang true this past