The skilling of VET change agents: findings from an evaluation of 11 change agents who were supported by Reframing the Future and funded through the Australian National Training Authority in 2003

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Author: Mitchell, John

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South Australia. Department of Education, Training and Employment. Reframing the Future

Abstract:

This evaluative report describes how a group of Australian vocational education and training (VET) practitioners were able to gain extensive skills and knowledge as change agents through participation in a structured program of guided practice. ‘Change agent’ is defined as ‘anyone involved in initiating or implementing change, whether or not they have an official job title recognising that responsibility’. These 11 practitioners acted as change agents within their own organisations in the VET sector in Australia during 2003, in a pilot project undertaken by Reframing the Future, the...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Evaluation; Workforce development; Research; Management

Keywords: Professional development; Pilot project; Change management; Organisational change; Organisational development

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: [Elizabeth, South Australia]: Reframing the Future, 2004

Physical description: 72 p.

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ISBN: 097506066X

Statement of responsibility: John Mitchell

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/RTF 95.31

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