VET Funding Review: final report [Mackenzie review]


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Author: Mackenzie, Bruce; Coulson, Neil


The review was established on 19 February 2015 to inquire into and report on how to improve the quality, stability and sustainability of the Victorian training market, by recommending alternative vocational education and training (VET) funding models and settings that: (a) match training delivery to the growing job opportunities in Victorian industries; (b) ensure all government subsidised training is high quality; (c) allow rural and regional communities to access training that meets their local needs; (d) meet community service obligations to support vulnerable and higher needs...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Finance; Governance; Sustainability; Providers of education and training; Quality; Management

Keywords: Funding; Education and training reform; Government role; Training market; Institutional role; Quality assurance; Continuous improvement

Geographic subjects: Victoria; Australia; Oceania

Published: Melbourne, Victoria: Victorian Government, 2015

Physical description: 188 p.

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Also called: Vocational Education and Training Review: final report; Final report of the VET Funding Review; Final report of the Vocational Education and Training Review

Related items: TD/TNC 121.295

Bruce Mackenzie (Chair), Neil Coulson (Deputy Reviewer)
'Vocational Education and Training Funding Review: issues paper' is available in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 121.295.
'Skills and jobs in the education state: the Government's response to the VET Funding Review' may be found at:

Resource type: Government report or paper

Document number: TD/TNC 123.490

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