Education, training and employment: report of the Committee of Inquiry into Education and Training [Williams report]

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Author: Williams, B. R.

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Australia. Committee of Inquiry into Education and Training

Abstract:

This government inquiry was initiated to consider how postsecondary education related to individual needs, what the linkages were between education and employment, and how skill shortages could restrict economic growth. Its terms of reference were to consider and advise on the provision of education facilities and services and the relationship between the educational system and the labour market. The inquiry investigated all sectors of education in Australia as well as other issues including the relationship between education and employment/unemployment, access to education, approval and...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Employment; Quality; Equity; Labour market; Management; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Educational administration; Access to education and training; Labour supply; Postsecondary education; Planning of education and training; Education; Training

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979

Physical description: 3 v.

ISBN: 0642038228 (set); 0642038201 (volume 1); 064203821X (volume 2); 0642042217 (volume 3)

Resource type: Report

Rights: Copyright Commonwealth of Australia reproduced by permission

Call number: TD/LMR 85.677

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