The language and structures of the National Training Reform Agenda


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Author: Gehling, Joanna; Murphy, Clare

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South Australia. Department of Employment and Technical and Further Education. Learning Systems and Resources Executive Committee


The new directions in vocational education and training in Australia are documented in many reports, and the reforms of the training system have resulted in the formation of many new organisations and structures. A unique terminology has arisen through these developments, along with a multiplicity of new acronyms. This report draws on authoritative sources to define the terms and acronyms, and to outline the organisations and structures associated with the National Training Reform Agenda.

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Governance

Keywords: Education and training system; Education and training reform

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: Adelaide, South Australia: Adelaide College of TAFE, 1993

Physical description: i, 56 p.

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Series: LSREC project; no. 1

ISBN: 0730836568

Statement of responsibility: Compiled by Joanna Gehling and Clare Murphy for the Learning Systems and Resources Executive Committee, Department of Employment and Technical and Further Education, South Australia, December 1992.

Resource type: Government information

Document number: TD/SA 34.16

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