Most people agree that the VET sector is in a state of change. And they also agree that it’s important to get on top of the changes and reform in VET, to not be overwhelmed by it.
This blog shares lessons learnt, working with all states and territories, helping you to understand what’s going and how to position yourself for the future.
I believe the opportunity that we all have to transform the sector through reform is unique and now is the perfect time to focus on this. All reform starts with basic underpinning principles and being able to play out the implementation to all possibilities.
Consider, what are the key principles of VET reform and where is comes from? Look back at the changes introduced in 2011, predictions for what was going to happen to VET in 2012, modifications to User Choice and Australian Apprenticeships.
Talk about Training Packages has been ongoing, although we haven’t seen much activity lately and not everyone knows that these changes that are being implemented go back to Skills for Prosperity and the 2011 Federal Budget.
Have you ever listened to a point of view that you know is completely sincere, with the state or territory interests at heart, but the implementation of changes and policy hasn’t always followed through on that? Read More