The Kirby report: implications for training, education and work

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Author: Scherer, Peter

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Australia. Bureau of Labour Market Research (BLMR)

Abstract:

This paper is a summary of a conference with the same name. It identifies the five main themes: (1) problems of co-ordination between agencies; (2) economic growth; (3) role of traineeships; (4) wage system; and (5) increased public sector responsibility for training. The paper concludes by endorsing the Kirby report’s view that labour market progams should be viewed as integral to economic policy rather than on its margins.

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Labour market

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Bureau of Labour Market Research, 1985

Physical description: 10 p.

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Statement of responsibility: P. Scherer

Notes:
The Kirby report is indexed at TD/LMR 85.649.

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 1.163

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