Jurisdictional approaches to student training entitlements: commonalities and differences

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Author: Bowman, Kaye; McKenna, Suzy


This report documents the implementation of the student training entitlement funding model by the Australian states and territories, and assesses the commonalities and differences. As at March 2015, the minimum requirements of student entitlement, as set out in the National Partnership Agreement on Skills Reform, were met by all jurisdictions. The implementation differed, however, in how the jurisdictions used the flexibility built into the agreement to go beyond the minimum requirements. Differences exist in the eligibility requirements, the courses eligible for an entitlement, course...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Finance; Quality; Vocational education and training; Governance; Policy

Keywords: Education and training reform; Education and training system; Funding

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Adelaide, South Australia: NCVER, 2016

Physical description: 103 p.

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ISBN: 9781925173413

The related publication 'Balancing consistency and flexibility in student training entitlements: research overview' is indexed at TD/TNC 123.01.
The related publication 'The development of Australia's national training system: a dynamic tension between consistency and flexibility' is indexed at TD/TNC 122.18.
The related publication 'Student entitlement models in Australia's national training system: expert views' is indexed at TD/TNC 122.17.

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 122.16

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