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.
There are many pathways to university study, but Sue Leech’s story is different to most -she started her academic life behind bars. "Going into prison you feel like your life is over." Leech told this year’s AEU Federal Conference. "You feel like you have no future and there is nothing you can do to change course."
A community doorknock event held in Frankston has emphasised the strength of public support that TAFE enjoys in the community.
“Scott Morrison’s Budget continues the Federal Coalition’s agenda of privatising vocational education…”
A team of 23 young Australians are competing to fly the flag for Australia on the global stage of the WorldSkills International Championships in Russia this year.