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A federal takeover of VET was raised again this week, fuelled by submissions to the Joyce Review. To be fair, the call is for national
A report sent to me last week on degree apprenticeships in England points to the challenges we’ll have here in Australia in establishing a tertiary
On Saturday we celebrated the results of inclusion, but I trust we also contemplated the impact of exclusion, and dispossession.Around 16,000 residents swore allegiance to
2019 offers change, and hope, more than many a year. A new federal government will be in place mid-year led by Bill Shorten or Scott
For a prime minister claiming economic management credentials, Scott Morrison seems to have overlooked one of the basics of economics.
In response to a question I was asked this past week about what I wish for VET, I said, one that is known as high-value,
November is the go-to month in the VET calendar. Each year the best of vocational education is celebrated at the Australian Training Awards.
What happens when you mix competency with budget rules in the so called Canberra Bubble?
The recent Invictus Games bookend the hundredth commemoration of the Armistice. This Sunday at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month
Time to consider what more our education and training system can do for veterans – comment by CEO Craig Robertson
Australians have been transfixed with the courage and fortitude of the returned service women and men participating in the Invictus Games in Sydney this past
I trust you’ve had a good fortnight, because I have, and it’s been full of hope and promise for vocational education and training in Australia
In Melbourne, the Old Treasury Building on Spring Street at the top of Collins is emblematic of the Victorian story, and its future.
Horizons make my mind wonder. Maybe it was my childhood in the West watching the sun set and wondering if the sea melted the sun.
I’m super excited, in a nerdy sort of way. In less than a week, I get to meet again my Skills Idol – Professor David Finegold.
I’ve been in Brazil meeting with education leaders and attended the conference of CONIF, the network of Federal Technical Institutes.
Educationalists say they can tell a lot from the way a teacher sets out their teaching space. Well-ordered rows of desks signal a trickle-down approach
On Tuesday last week the resident population of Australia ticked over 25 million.