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Corporate author:National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)
In 2021, we celebrated 30 years of the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Research Conference 'No Frills'. The conference was hosted online for the second time. The theme 'Past informing the future' asked presenters to consider how VET's past might inform its future and to reflect on the lessons and achievements that have the potential to inform progress. Abstract from publisher's website. The available focus session is: Past, present, future: using VOCEDplus to access VET policy, research and statistics / Leanne Harrison and Tracy Gamlin. The available papers are:... [+] Show more
In 2021, we celebrated 30 years of the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Research Conference 'No Frills'. The conference was hosted online for the second time. The theme 'Past informing the future' asked presenters to consider how VET's past might inform its future and to reflect on the lessons and achievements that have the potential to inform progress.
Abstract from publisher's website.
The available focus session is: Past, present, future: using VOCEDplus to access VET policy, research and statistics / Leanne Harrison and Tracy Gamlin.
The available papers are: Vocational competence and vocational curriculum / Martha Kinsman; Knowing Australian VET: evidence-based practice or practice-based evidence? / Don Zoellner.
The available presentations are: Blending course content and design addressing to the new normal teaching and learning carapace in the TVET industry / Michael Belgica; Apprenticeship as a mode of occupational learning / Stephen Billett (1); VET and worklife learning pathways / Stephen Billett (2); Longitudinal study of student outcomes for aged care and commercial cookery: final report / Melinda Brown; Beyond the supply side: understanding VET's role in helping the disadvantaged (especially people with disability) / John Buchanan (1); What education can and cannot about the futures of work: getting the questions right / John Buchanan (2); Digitally supported practice-based learning when authentic learning becomes unavailable / Selena Chan; How the language of the past 'informs' the future - the case of reform / Chris Corbel; ACE providers and online learning: observations and survey insights / Evelyn Goodwin and Don Perlgut; Respect and equality in TAFE: building a TAFE environment that promotes gender equality and respect / Catherine Gow; Skills utilisation: the other side of the coin / Tabatha Griffin and Kristen Osborne; Estimating the stock of qualifications in Australia / Michelle Hall and John Stanwick; Developing a robust methodology for industry consultation during a crisis / Janet Hanlan; The ties that bind: a vision for skilling Australia / Michael Hartman; Beyond 'language learning as hours attended' - the linking of VET language programs for refugee migrants to real work opportunities / Yi-Jung Teresa Hsieh; Critical Realist questions about 'quality' in the Australian VET sector: the road less travelled / Deborah Johnson; What factors enable trades people academic achievement in higher education? / Mark Jordan; Vocational competence and vocational curriculum in a post-COVID world / Martha Kinsman; Can we deliver future-focused education and training with, and in, industry? / Megan Lilly; Technicians: lynchpin of the research and innovation economy / Clare Mclaren and Alan Dent; An entrepreneurial, innovative and VET applied research-based economic recovery / Allison Miller; The VET leadership equation: where does 'Industry' fit in? / Gitta Siekmann and Michelle Circelli; Thirty years of qualifications for VET teachers and trainers: can the past inform a better future? / Erica Smith; Micro-credentials in VET: the importance of subject bundle enrolments / John Stanwick; Recruiting and retaining VET practitioners: an exploration / Mark Tyler and Darryl Dymock; Leave no worker behind: how Australia's VET system can enable our country to be a world leader in digital transformation / Paul Walsh; VET's role in youth unemployment recovery / Joanne Waugh and Kira Clarke; Workforce forecasting in the New Zealand construction and infrastructure industry / Mark Williams; Teach them to fish and you have fed them for life: information and digital literacies capabilities as an employability skill / Helena Zobec; Knowing Australian VET: evidence-based practice or practice-based evidence? / Don Zoellner.[-] Show less
Subjects: Vocational education and training; Providers of education and training; Apprenticeship; Innovation; Teaching and learning; Language; Adult and community education; Industry; Disadvantaged; Skills and knowledge; Youth; Students; Employment; Participation; Qualifications; Workforce development; Higher education; Disability; Gender; Equity; Outcomes
Keywords: No Frills Conference; Educational research; History; Entrepreneurship; Online learning; Education and training system; Education and training reform; Refugees; Migrants; Microcredentials; Employability; Digital skills; Unemployment; Youth at risk; Leadership; Skill development; Vocational teachers; Academic achievement; People with disability; TAFE; Enrolment; Information literacy; Digital literacy
Published: Adelaide, South Australia: NCVER, 2021
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