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Global Trends in TVET: A Framework for Social Justice

Global Trends in TVET: A Framework for Social Justice

Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) could be reinvigorated by building better links between education, work and life, a new report argues.
One thing leads to another..

One thing leads to another..

TAFE President Michelle Purdy sat down with the newly elected Federal TAFE Secretary Maxine Sharkey to find out her top agenda items and how she stays so motivated to Stop TAFE Cuts!
So much for “Competent Economic Management”

So much for “Competent Economic Management”

Australia has been through another hard-fought federal election, in which public debate focused predictably on which party are the “best economic managers.”
We can't afford to give up on TAFE

We can't afford to give up on TAFE

Like many members, I had high hopes on Election Day as I handed out how to vote cards in my electorate, believing that this election was the best shot we had at restoring TAFE to its former glory.
TVET, capabilities and social justice

TVET, capabilities and social justice

TVET institutions are institutions and not providers. There is a big difference between the two. The notion of a provider implies one among many, and it doesn’t much matter if it is this or that provider which is providing the ‘service’. Providers come and go, and wax and wane in response to market demand.